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Sfax has two bus stations. Soretras, which is the regional bus company, and may not offer air-con buses, is on Rue Commondant Bejaoui, a few blocks past the central market.
 
Sfax has two bus stations. Soretras, which is the regional bus company, and may not offer air-con buses, is on Rue Commondant Bejaoui, a few blocks past the central market.
  
SNTRI Bus station, which offers long distance buses, may be marked incorrectly on some travel guide maps. It is not across from the regional bus station, but is roughly 400 m to the south, along a dusty road through an industrial area over the train tracks. It is best best to take a taxi there, especially in the summer (less than 2 TD from the Medina/Blvd Republique). The bus station is in the same building as the TunisAir office.
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SNTRI Bus station, which offers long distance buses, may be marked incorrectly on some travel guide maps. It is not across from the regional bus station, but is roughly 400 m to the south, over the train tracks. It is probably best to take a taxi there, especially in the summer (less than 2 TD from the Medina/Blvd Republique). The bus station is in the same building as the TunisAir office.
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Do what Tunisians do.... Ask a taxi to take you to where the navettes leave from.
  
 
Sfax to Tunis by louage is 16 dinars, and you get driven by Stirling Moss talking on the phone the whole time steering with one hand, in a 9-seater minibus. The system looks chaotic, and but is actually quite efficient.  
 
Sfax to Tunis by louage is 16 dinars, and you get driven by Stirling Moss talking on the phone the whole time steering with one hand, in a 9-seater minibus. The system looks chaotic, and but is actually quite efficient.  

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