Tunis Marseille Ferry
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Tunis ferry port is also known as La Goulette. Tunis Ferry port handles a large traffic coming from Europe: from regular ferry crossings to luxury cruise-ships. Tunis is the capital of Tunisia and situated in the north-east on the Lake of Tunis and is connected to the Mediterranean sea's Gulf of Tunis by an impressive canal.
The centre of Tunis offers the famous Medina quarter, with wildly varied colours and scents, as well as of tourist souvenirs and works of tiny crafts-shops. Located in an old Beylic palace, the Bardo National Museum is the most important archaeological museum in the Maghreb and features one of the richest Roman mosaic collections in the world. Tunis also boasts many music festivals, most notably the Cathage International Festival, as well as theatre plays, operas and ballets. Tunis has an excellent public transport service with the "Metro leger", bus services and the TGM (Tunis-Goulette-Marsa) making it easy to travel across the city.
Marseille ferry port is the largest commercial port in France and one of the main point of ferry departures to Corsica and North Africa. The Marseille ferry port is very busy all year round and very well sign-posted from any direction.
Marseille is the second largest city in France and is situated in the Provence region not far from the French Riviera. Marseille offers a wealth of museums, watersports, sandy beaches and bustling streets. Marseille has a vibrant town centre with restaurants, boutiques and lush green parks. Marseille is possibly the most multi-cultural French city, with a unique atmosphere and countless cuisines to choose from during your stay.
20 Jul 2019Pleasant crossing on the Tanit
Staff were cordial. Simple but good food in self-serve restaurant. A la carte restaurant too pricey. Cabin was roomy enough and bed was comfortable. Everything was clean. Had a nice trip!
Review by Anon
25 Apr 2018Not as good as it once was.
Nearly impossible to find a bar or cafe serving coffee that was open. Lifts not working. Doors to car deck 4 jammed and two staff members simply shrugged and went their way, so drivers had to find alternate route to get to vehicles. Car deck packed WAY too tight, almost impossible to walk between vehicles and those with baggage were in real distress. WORST of all, an eight-hour delay in embarking- not at 12 noon but after 8 pm- due to engine trouble. I understand these things happen but NO form of compensation was offered to the irate and inconvenienced passengers, and there were numerous fist-fights at the port due to the frustratingly long delay. Free coffee on board would have been SOMETHING. On balance, it's a clean ship with generally nice staff, but a badly-run company these days.
Review by Cathryn Hickox
19 Dec 2017Plaudits to CTN!
Easy and quick check-in, ship clean and cabin comfortable. Sadly, not much variation in meals served at self-service restaurant, but one can't expect everything to be five-star. CTN is a good ferry company. Try one of the Italian lines if in doubt. Enjoyed my crossing and will be back again.
Review by CATHRYN HICKOX