The largest country in the continent of Africa, Algeria has a diverse landscape and lots to offer travellers. The journey from Europe is only a short one but the difference between the two continents is immediately noticeable and provides a sense of adventure and intrigue for tourists. Algeria has many charming cities with winding streets and stunning architecture, Mediterranean coast, lush landscapes and roman ruins to rival anywhere in the world.
The main attraction in the country however is the Saharan region where the never-ending sand and the mysterious and lively cities are enough to indulge even the most seasoned traveller’s imagination.
Despite advise about the country not being safe to travel and certain regions being off limits. Most Algerians greet tourists with warm welcomes and are happy to share their way of life with any guests to their country. All the same, any trip to this beautiful country should be well researched to ensure that all travel rules are adhered with. Let’s have a look at the best places to visit in Algeria!
Annaba’s excellent natural port, its proximity to fresh water and some very fertile farmland drew the Phoenicians here some 3000 years ago. And people have been living, working and dreaming of Annaba ever since. The town’s most famous former resident is Saint Augustine and it’s thought that traces of the church in which he taught and preached can still be seen among the flowers and the Roman ruins of “Hippo Regius” that sit beneath the modern Basilica dedicated to him. But Annaba is not all religion and ruins. The town centre is an elegant example of French colonial-era architecture and spreading away from the town are a series of fine beaches for summer fun.
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