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  • Algeria: In Search of Mosques and Museums

    Make no mistake, Algiers is a great place to visit. To visit a pirate stronghold in itself would be interesting and moreover, there were also many sights to see inside the city. The ...

  • Algeria: Belly Dancing Etiquette Among the Mosques

    You may be surprised to have belly dancing on your menu in addition to dinner while dining in a restaurant in Marrakech, Morocco or Casablanca. For the locals, it's just another steamy night in ...

  • Barbary Coast Pirates – Algeria

    When we think of pirates, the vision that comes to mind is those swashbuckling gents traveling through the Mediterranean Ocean searching for treasure and living the adventurous life upon the ...

  • Algeria’s Timgad Ruins

    What do a city built in the second century A.D., archeological adventurers and city planners have in common; the ancient city of Timgad. This ancient city that was built by the Romans using the ...

  • Algeria Cuisine and Good Table Manners

    One thing you're sure to notice during your visit to Algeria is that the locals are hospitable and encourage family and friends to share their food. Even an unexpected visitor will be greeted ...

  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner – Algerian Style

    Half the fun of any vacation is sampling the local cuisine. So please, whatever you do, do not travel all the way to Algeria just to have a pizza or an imitation Big Mac. Whether you enjoy it in ...

  • Among the Sands of Time – Algeria’s Renowned Art Museum

    One of the finest art museums in North Africa also happens to be in close proximity to Algiers. A visit to the Bardo Ethnographic and Local Art Museum is a worthy addition to any traveler's ...

  • Algeria: Archeological Finds Reveal a Varied Past

    A mix of cultures contributes to Algeria's ancient past - in particular the Romans! For lovers of archeology and even those with a casual curiosity for poking around old ruins, Algeria offers ...

  • The Magnificent Country of Algeria

    Situated between Morocco and Tunisia on the Northern coast of Africa, Algeria is nearly three times the size of Texas. The country has a green coast, beautiful mountains, alluring but mostly ...