The curfew that was in place in eight regions across Tunisia has now been lifted, however a State of Emergency still remains in the country. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) reminds that curfews or other temporary movement restrictions may be imposed or changed with little notice. Nevertheless, it does not advise against travel to the country and there are no travel restrictions in place.
Travellers are advised to follow instructions given by local authorities and to carry a valid form of photo ID, for example a passport, as proof of nationality and identity.
Since the political and social changes following the Jasmine Revolution in January 2011, Tunisia has become more stable. But British visitors are advised to avoid all forms of protest or demonstrations and are reminded that the border with Libya remains tense.
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