Park in Monastir
Discover the Monastir Governorate in Tunisia with a hireal car on your own. The coastal town of Monastir lies in the south of the Gulf of Hammamet and is only 160 km from the capital Tunis. This can be easily reached by hireal car from the Governorate of Monastir. You can find the right hireal car for your holiday in Tunisia on Driveboo.com. Here you can compare the prices of car hire companies and book the best offer for the Monastir Governorate.
On Driveboo.com you have the opportunity to choose the right car for your holiday in the Governorate of Monastir. Book the car of your choice online from the comfort of your own home. In addition to the vehicle model, you can use the filter function to select other options, such as insurance benefits or vehicle features.
Under the vehicle category option you can choose between a small car, an SUV, a compact class, a minivan and a luxury car. Depending on your plans for the Governorate of Monastir, one model is better suited than the other.
Would you like to hire a car with air conditioning and automatic transmission? No problem! Simply adjust the filter on our comparison portal according to your wishes and the hireal car will fit perfectly to your needs.
The right insurance for your hireal car
With regard to insurance for the hireal car, we always recommend fully comprehensive insurance without excess. Even if you drive carefully, you may accidentally damage your car or even have an accident. So that you can still enjoy your holiday in such a case, you should choose the fully comprehensive without excess. Like that you will not have to pay any further costs in the event of damage. If you want to be on the safe side, you can also take out glass and tyre insurance as well as underbody and roof insurance.
More fun with the additional driver option
|Traffic rules||You should pay attention to the following|
|Which side of the road do I have to drive on?||In Tunisia, right-hand traffic applies.|
|Speed limits||Inner-city 50 km/h, out of town 70 km/h, on motorways 110 km/h|
|Blood alcohol limit||0.3 per mille|
View of the Bourguiba Mausoleum
One of the most important personalities in Tunisian history is Habib Bourguiba, who fought for Tunisia's independence. He died in Monastir and has since resided in a mausoleum bearing his name since 2000. You should definitely visit this mausoleum. The best way to get there is by hireal car. The construction of the Bourguiba Mausoleum took no less than 20 years. A visit should be on your travel list for the Governorate of Monastir.
Ribat of Monastir
Get into your hireal car and visit the Ribat of Monastir. This is an imposing fortress located directly on the sea, which was built as early as 796 and is therefore one of the oldest fortifications in the entire African North. Today the Ribat of Monastir offers a frequently used film backdrop. Don't miss to climb up the watchtower. From the top you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view over the city and the coast. The about 100 steps to the viewing platform are exhausting, but the view is totally worth it. So what are you waiting for? Get into your hireal car and off you go to the Ribat of Monastir.
As you are always mobile and flexible with a hireal car, you can visit the Tunisian capital Tunis independently of public transport. The old town of Tunis has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. It is definitely worth a visit. You can then drive to the Ez-Zitouna Mosque by hireal car. Around the mosque there are numerous market lanes in which you can go on discovery tour for hours. For all culture enthusiasts, a visit to the Le Bardo Museum, located in the Tunis suburb of the same name, is recommended. Here you can admire a world-famous collection of Roman mosaics. As you can see, you are always flexible with a hireal car and can visit not only the capital Tunis, but also many other exciting places.
Try to stay calm in the event of an accident or other emergency. In the following table you will find an overview of the relevant facilities and their emergency numbers:
|Who would you like to reach?||Emergency number|
|Tourist office||71 10 54 03|