Good to know information for citizens traveling to Libya
- volt : 230V
- hertz : 50 Hz
- Plug type : C / L
- Police - 1515
- Ambulance - 193
- Fire - 1515
Libya is a country in North Africa that is 90% desert or semi-desert. There is not much tourist activity in Libya, but some people still want to satisfy their curiosity. While there may not be many attractions, you can find in Libya some of the most unspoiled Roman ruins in the Mediterranean. Leptis Magna was a powerful Roman city, and its ruins can be seen just 80 miles east from Tripoli. Another attraction that you may find fascinating is the archaeological site of Cyrene. It was a Greek settlement that is now located in a village called Shahhat. It is said that the first love symbol was found there. Before taking a trip to Libya, you need to make sure that you have the proper documentation. Libya is now known for its lenient visa policy, and very few countries are visa-exempt. The nationals of Algeria, Jordan, Mauritania, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey can enter the country and stay there without a visa.
To travel to Libya you need a visa, some Arab and African countries nationals are exempt from this requirement. Visas can be issued for Tourist and BUnited Statesiness.