Attraction in Algeria – Algeria is a vast country offering tourists a wide selection of attractions and activities. The capital city of Algiers has a rich past and ruins at Djemila, Tipasa and Timgad are fascinating to see. Main attractions in Algeria include the National Museum of Fine Arts as well as the Bardo Ethnographic and Local Art Museum. Step back in history by making your way to the Hauts Plateaux where you will discover the historical city of Tlemcen as well as the Grand Mosque, Almohad ramparts and Masourah Fortress.
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Heading out towards the formidable Sahara opens up a whole new world of attractions in Algeria. The holy town of Beni-Isguen, with its well-guarded gate and auction market, makes for an interesting stop.
Ouargla, also known as ‘the golden key to the desert’, is a lovely town featuring a malekite minaret, market square and gorgeous architecture. Natural attractions in Algeria also abound with Kabylia and the Chiffa Gorges. Take in the beauty of the ocean along the Turquoise coast or the Sidi Fredj peninsula.
With so much to see and absorb in this historical and attractive country, visitors may find themselves struggling to choose what attractions they most want to see. If this is the case with you, why not start by deciding what type of attraction you most enjoy? Then you can choose the three attractions within that category that most appeal to you.
The rest of your time can be filled with a variety of other attractions that you can enjoy, confident in the knowledge that you have at least seen the most appealing attractions in Algeria. This remarkable country truly has something for everyone, so visit Algeria soon.
Hotels in Algeria
Bed and Breakfasts, hotels, guest houses and self-catering accommodation are available in various locations in Algeria. Prices vary according to service and location, but you will likely find the majority to be very reasonable. It is always a good idea to check what services and facilities will be made available to you before your stay. Booking ahead is not essential but is never a bad idea.