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North Africa's White Lady

About Algiers

  About   Algiers

Algiers is the capital of the biggest country in Africa that sits proudly above her magnificent bay, protruding from the sea like a white lady and has a beautiful view on a clear day. The life in the city feels bright, lively and has a definite European air. It has a refined European-style architecture combined with Moorish and Ottoman. It can definitely feel traditional and modern at the same time.You can't visit Algiers without roaming through the Casbah which is the true heart of the city. It is a district full of dark and narrow winding streets that looks like a labyrinth, it is the same setting where the 1966 "The Battle of Algiers" film took place.  It is a mysterious, intriguing, fascinating place and deeply traditional. Once you walk on its cobbled twisting streets you feel like you are in another world.

Algiers is a city that continues to expand, and you feel that as a visitor. The good thing is that you will feel like a local and you won't stand out in the street like other countries which makes you feel more relaxed and enjoy your stay there. Algiers has some of the better places to stay in the country.

If you want to visit the white lady of Africa. Our travel experts will be happy to assist you to plan a memorable moment.




After breakfast, you will meet your guide in the hotel's lobby at 9h00.

Then we visit the beautiful 125 meter tall Church of Noter Dame d'Afrique that dominates the long bay above Bab El Oued and it offers a beautiful view with a stunning interior design and has a fine ecclesiastical architecture.

Our next bet will be the old 10th century city known as the Casbah "The Citadelle" where you are going  to walk on the cobbled narrow streets and explore the complex houses, palaces and mosques dating back the Ottoman period. 

We reach to one of the most preserved Ottoman mosques of the lower Casbah and the first great building many people see, the 17th century Ketchaoua Mosque.

We make our way to the downtown just off the main road of the Martyr's Square where you can see a large modern mosque in vivid yellow color and an ex-colonial church. 

We move again to one of the most important, prestigious and historical monument of Algiers, Bastion 23 palace which is located in front of the sea . It is a set of three palaces (17, 18 and 23) and you are going to discover the historical aspect and enjoy roaming through secrets rooms inside it.

We go then to take lunch in a beautiful restaurant.