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Hammamet to Gammarth

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Hammamet to Gammarth


Going to be doing some charity work for a day in Gammarth, my apartment will be in the Hammamet area

Any idea on how I could get there?

Transport Ideas

One large suitcase full of donated goods!

Thanks alot :)

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1. Re: Hammamet to Gammarth

From Hammamet take the small train to Bit Bou Regba(or taxi)get the mainline train to Tunis then ask for the metro train outside to go to your final destination

Edited: 2:54 am, January 04, 2013
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2. Re: Hammamet to Gammarth

If you go by train to Tunis it's best to get a taxi to Bir Bou Regba, which is where the mainline trains stop. Hammamet is on a branch line and the trains turn up when they feel like it, and so you might miss your connection. The train from Bir Bou Regba to Tunis takes about an hour.

The main Tunis train station is a fair old hike, albeit on the flat, to Tunis Marine, where you get the metro to La Marsa from. So I'd get a taxi between the two stations, or you could get the tram if you're confident enough.

The metro from Tunis Marine only goes as far as La Marsa, and takes about 40 minutes. Gammarth is a bit further on, so you'll need to organise to be picked up, or get a taxi.

You can also easily get to Tunis by bus, which leave hourly on the half-hour from opposite the Post Office in Hammamet Centre. From Tunis (south) bus station you'll definitely need a taxi to Tunis Marine metro station.

Buses back to Hammamet from Tunis (south) leave hourly on the hour. Last one is at 2000 [I think].

Travel by public transport is very cheap.

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