Taxis in Libya are interesting. They are either minibusses that travel around a predefined route or black and white cars with taxi signs. Stick with the cars. Taxi travel is very cheap. Try to sit in the back as the journeys can be somewhat exciting when in the passenger seat when drivers tend to turn across traffic lanes. The taxi drivers are like most European taxi drivers. They enjoy sharing their opinions with you, even if you can’t understand them – but, as with most of the people in Benghazi, they are friendly, and they do try to make you feel welcome.
Recently, a new a Rahal, a mobile application connecting a driver to a rider like Uber and Careem, has launched in Libya the end of 2018 to support Libya’s public transportation. thus it’s a great option to use this application in order to get anywhere in the city of Benghazi.