Local Algerian TV is limited to just one station. Electronic media (TV and Radio) in Algeria is state-controlled. However, the printed press is very active and often has much to say about the authorities. Whilst there are no censorship laws as such, legislation states that those insulting or slandering government officials can face prison or hefty fines.
From historic, architecturally interesting buildings which may previously have been palaces or private homes, to glistening, modern skyscrapers, hotels are the most common form of accommodation in Algeria, and their standards of service can differ greatly. Wherever you choose to visit you are likely to find accommodation to suit your needs and your budget, however it is best to book your ...
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