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Travel Tips to Algiers
Average Flying Time2 Hours 33 Minutes
Airline FlyingAir Algeria, British Airways, Air France, Egypt Air, KLM
Average Flying Kms1648KM
Best Time to TravelApril to September
Time Zone UTC/GMT +1 hour
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 120.64 DZD
Modes of TransportHitching, Bus, Tram, Car,
Motor cycle, Air
Why Fly to Algiers
Top 10 Places to Visit
A must visit museum which has a great collection of exhibits which belong to the memories and struggles of colonization. Although the exhibits easily understand, many are in Arabic.
Renowned to be one of the city’s grandest mansions, it is named after the mansion owner Dar Hassan Pacha. The mansion is a historic place to see, the mansion comprise of an awe-inspiring architecture.
One of the most visited museums in the city, it is notable for prehistoric collections and ethnography exhibits. Built during the 18th century, the museums displays fossils, collection of Neolithic pottery, stones, impressive rock carvings and paintings.
Built during the Ottoman rule in the 17th century, the mosque is one of the UNESCO declared World Heritage Sites. One can enter the mosque through a flight of 23 steps. It also features marble columns and many more worth a glance.
An iconic landmark in the city, it is a concrete monument which is dedicated to commemorate the war heroes of the Algerian war for independence. The monument was built in 1982, to celebrate the 20 years of independence.
Served as a capital city eons of time back during the Hammadid Dynasty, the fort is located in the mountains northeast of M’Sila. A UNESOC declated World Heritage Site.
Well known as the ‘Lake Palace’, it is named for its rectangle pool. A portico surrounds the pool and the west of the pool is an elevated terrace along with gardens. To date, the gardens have not yet been discovered by archaeologists.
Pay a visit to the museum to explore and get an insight to the rich heritage of Algiers. There is a vast collection of antiquities from around the city and throughout the country. Ivory carvings, sculptures, Islamic art are among the rich collection.
Opened to the public in 1930, the museum houses the best collection of art in Algeria. For all art lovers, make it atop of your itinerary to visit this amazing art museum, which displays the talented work of Algerian artists.
A post office that may not sound interesting at first, but uncovering the little details makes it an attractive point of interest. The post office, which saw the light of day in 1908, and the architecture, depicts the finest examples of French inspired Moorish architecture.