Switzerland travel Visa requirements for Tunisian citizens

Travel and visa requirements

Basic Travel Requirements for Tunisia citizens visiting Switzerland

Travelers are required to fulfill the following requirements in order to apply for a Swiss Visa.


  • Passport with a validity of more than 6 months from the intended period of exiting Switzerland.
  • The passport should have at least two blank pages for the visa stamp.
  • Duly completed visa application form signed by the applicant.
  • Two recent passport-sized photographs with a white background.
  • Original copy of bank statement from the past three months prior to the period of visa application.
  • Medical insurance should be valid for the duration of stay in Switzerland. The medical insurance is necessary for emergency cases.
  • Proof of residence in Tunisia is required.
  • Proof of accommodation or hotel reservations in Switzerland is required
  • Applicants are required to provide a copy of the return flight ticket.
  • Travel itinerary showing entry and exit date from Switzerland.

Switzerland Visa for Tunisia citizens

Facts about Switzerland


Switzerland is a top destination for tourists and business people alike. Banking and finance are major industries in the country and it is little wonder the country has the highest nominal wealth per adult in the world. Tourism is no way abandoned in the country. There are a lot of attractions tourists can visit when they are in the country. Ski resorts and hiking trails are aplenty in the country. The country’s landscape is a sight to behold.

An average of 2.2 million visitors arrives in the country monthly to appreciate the beautiful landscape of the country.

In the city of Ticino, which is the Italian-speaking section of Switzerland, it is a crime to veil ones the face in public places. Doing so could attract a fine between the range of CHF100 to CHF10,000.

Types of Switzerland Visa


Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist visa 2 weeks 90 days
Business visa 2 weeks 90 days

General Requirements for Switzerland Visa


  • Passport with a validity of more than 6 months from the intended period of exiting Switzerland.
  • The passport should have at least two blank pages for the visa stamp.
  • Duly completed visa application form signed by the applicant.
  • Two recent passport-sized photographs with a white background.
  • Original copy of bank statement from the past three months prior to the period of visa application.
  • Medical insurance should be valid for the duration of stay in Switzerland. The medical insurance is necessary for emergency cases.
  • Proof of residence in Tunisia is required.
  • Proof of accommodation or hotel reservations in Switzerland is required
  • Applicants are required to provide a copy of the return flight ticket.
  • Travel itinerary showing entry and exit date from Switzerland.

Switzerland Visa Fees


Visa Type

Sub Types

Visa Fees

Tourist visa

1000.00 (CHF)

Business visa

1000.00 (CHF)

Switzerland Visa Application Centres & Embassies in Tunisia


Location

Address

Tunis

Immeuble Stramica Lot 11.02.02.A/UD Boîte postale 56 1053 Les Berges du Lac Tunis Tunisia

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vertretung@tun.rep.admn.ch

(+216) 71 965 446

Frequently Asked Questions


Is the to water in Switzerland safe to drink?

Tap water in Switzerland is pure, rich in minerals and perfectly safe to drink – in fact, it's often just as good as any of the stuff you can buy in bottles. 


How safe is Switzerland?

Travelling in Switzerland is safe, it's highly ranked on the list of the safest and most dangerous countries. Violent crime is very rare in the country. Petty crimes like pickpocketing and phone snatching are on the rise in recent years particularly in the big cities like Geneva.


What is the dominating religion in Switzerland?

Switzerland is a Christian country. Around two-thirds of the population are either Roman Catholic or Protestant (Reformed-Evangelical). Freedom of religion is a basic constitutional right in Switzerland. 38.2% of the Swiss population are Roman Catholic.


Where is the most visited place in Switzerland?

This pyramid-shaped giant is arguably the most photographed mountain in the world and therefore, also Switzerland’s most famous Alpine peak and a top place visited by tourist in Switzerland.