Algeria stands out as one of the largest territorial countries in the African continent. The landscape of Algeria consists of highlands such as mountains even in the coastal region, and extensive desert known as the Sahara at the southern part o the country. Algeria is a North African country that shares its coastal shores with the Mediterranean Sea.
Algiers is the capital city of Algeria, and it has over two million people living within it. It is the center of economic, political, and social affairs of the country. Algeria acts as a conducive tourist destination in North Africa. It has numerous tourist attractions in form of world-recognized heritage sites, significant landmarks, the local lifestyle, the unique architectural design, and the wildlife.
Entering Algeria from a country abroad is possible by air, train, and ferries.. There are many airlines that serve Algeria with international flight services from different parts of the world namely: Paris, London, Frankfurt, New York, Montreal, Doha, Beijing, Brussels, Dubai, Moscow, Madrid, Montreal, Berlin, Geneva, Istanbul, Cairo, Barcelona, Rome, and Tripoli among many other places of connections to Algeria throughout the world. The airlines that can get out to Algeria are Lufthansa, British Airways, Iberia, Air France, Turkish Airlines, Alitalia, Air Berlin, TAP Portugal, and the national carrier, which is Air Algerie. Residents in neighboring Tunisia can use train transport service to reach Algeria. The Tunisian border with Algeria is also a convenient way of entering into Algeria. The Algerie ferries charge more highly than the flight charges for fling into Algeria. The ferries connect Algeria with adjacent ports in Spain, France, and Italy.
Algeria has a tasty cuisine. Most f the local dishes consist of meat, stew and spices. All meals end with a fresh, fruity diet. The Algerian cuisine is a mixture of Jewish, Arabian, French, and Berber cuisines. The Algerian merguez sausage is an adored type of sausage in the world and it can be found in almost every hotel in the world. Algeria has nice hotels with remarkable hospitality and good cooking reflected by their delicious dishes.
When planning to sleep in Angola, you can choose either to spend your nights in a cheap but comfortable hotel, a luxury hotel or in rental homes. However, the rental houses especially those in El-Kala around Port Say facing the Mediterranean Sea, are only available during the summer months from June to August. The lowest pricing hotels can charge up to a minimum of 45 Euros per room. The luxury hotels have a cafeteria, restaurant, nightclub, gorgeous swimming pools, and a bar within their scopes. They charge a minimum of 150 Euros per room.
Algeria is best known as a historic ground for significant historic events. Travelling in Algeria can be fun because of many attractions to meet including ancient ruins left behind by events of the past. Tipasa, Timgad, Calama, Djemila, and Hippo Regins are places where you can find ruins that reflect the presence of the Romans, Byzantine, and the Phoenicians. The Sahara Desert is the biggest tourist attraction in the country. Algeria, in fact, is part of the desert, and it has established social-fun facilities within the desert to enable tourists enjoy the adventure around the desert. The Atlas Mountains are also important landmarks in the country. The beaches at the Mediterranean Sea are nice places to enjoy the sun, local foods, drinks, fun activities in the cool waters of the sea.
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