Book flights from Tunis to Doha with Qatar Airways
Sit back, relax and let Qatar Airways make your journey to Doha truly special. On board our modern, spacious, state-of-the-art aircraft passengers can enjoy extra legroom, award-winning services, delicious cuisine and thousands of entertainment options. Our premium quality service ensures your journey to Doha is relaxing, pleasant and leaves you ready to explore this exciting destination.
One of the fastest-growing cities in the Middle East, Doha is a true economic powerhouse. This vibrant metropolis offers visitors a wide range of experiences – from exhibitions, music and theatre at Katara Cultural Village to the stunning man-made island of the Pearl of the Gulf. Doha is rich in every sense of the word - it's historically and culturally fascinating, as well as a huge draw for international businesses. Whether your journey to Qatar’s capital is for business or pleasure, let luxury flights from Tunis to Doha with Qatar Airways take you there in style.
Arriving in Doha
Book a flight to Doha with Qatar Airways and you’ll be flying into the home of our airline, and the home of international travel.
This remarkable city is also developing at an incredible pace, becoming one of the fastest-growing cities in the Gulf region.
Home to the Educational City, museums, cultural attractions and much more, Doha is a surprising destination that is full of interesting sights and activities.
Dominated by its crescent-shaped bay, Doha was originally a collection of fishing and pearl-diving villages. Today, its skyline rivals that of any international destination worldwide. A flight to Doha with Qatar Airways gives you a chance to discover this fascinating city for yourself.
Doha has a wonderful selection of museums, including the Msheireb Enrichment Centre. This is a barge docked at the Doha Corniche, close to one of the city's oldest landmarks, the Sheraton Hotel. It holds exhibits that chart the country’s historic background as well as its continuing plans for the future.
The Mathaf Arab Museum of Modern Art has recently opened and is home to a collection of modern art from across the Arab world.
The Al Koot Fort was built in 1880, and is a popular photographic stop for tourists visiting Souq Waqif – a charming traditional market and the social heart of the city. The Clock Tower is next to the Grand Mosque, and because of its hilltop position it offers panoramic views of Doha and the Corniche.
Doha Heritage Village is located along the Corniche in Al Rumeilia Park, and is based on a traditional Qatari village.
Flights to Doha with Qatar Airways land at Doha International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Doha please check the visa and passport requirements.
Flying from Tunis
Tunis–Carthage Airport serves the Tunisian city of Carthage and the capital itself, Tunis. It is located a few miles east of Carthage, and is well served by public transport.
Modern, efficient and friendly, passengers flying from Tunis with Qatar Airways will find this spacious airport a pleasant departure point, with the emphasis placed firmly on delivering the best possible passenger experience.
Staff are helpful and professional, and facilities are good.
Transportation and parking
Although no train service runs directly to the airport (the confusingly named L'Aéroport station on the TGM suburban rail line is actually some miles from the airport itself), there are plenty of buses and taxis available.
Local bus 35 runs to and from the city and Tunis Marine train station, and takes approximately 30 minutes.
Look for yellow metred taxis, which are plentiful in the city and can also be pre-booked by your hotel concierge. Avoid unofficial and unmetred taxis or taxi touts. Journey time by taxi from the city to the airport is approximately 20 minutes.
Airport parking is good, with 2,500 spaces available in the main parking area and a further 500 spaces outside Terminal 2.
Arriving in Tunis
Passengers flying from Tunis with Qatar Airways depart from the main terminal Departures area. The airport is popular with holidaymakers and can be particularly busy during peak tourist season.
Security has also been tightened considerably recently, so it is advisable to arrive at least two hours before your flight is due to depart to check in and clear security and customs checks.
Facilities and amenities
Free Wi-Fi is available in some restaurants on-site, and mobile phone hire is also on offer if you suddenly find your phone has a flat battery.
As local currency has to be exchanged within Tunisia, you will find currency kiosks and ATM machines throughout the terminal – remember to convert your currency before you leave. Duty Free shopping is available in the Departure lounge, as well as a selection of retail outlets selling accessories and luxury goods.
A food court offers local delicacies, snacks, drinks and more substantial international cuisine and meals. There is a VIP lounge in the Departures area, although there are no conference or business facilities at the airport.