Tag: algeria

  • Cuisine

    Algerian cuisine has had many influences that have contributed something unique to the country's culinary delights. Over hundreds of years the Berbers, Arabs, Turks, Romans, the French and the Spanish have influenced the cuisine of Algeria. Each of these civilizations has helped to ensure that Algeria's cuisine is an eclectic mix of flavors, aromas and textures, served in a multitude of ways ...

  • Adventure Travel

    Algeria, with its wide open spaces, massive sand dunes, impressive mountains and deep canyons, is a country just waiting to be explored. Adventure travel in Algeria is booming! To cater for the numerous adventure tourists who visit the country, various companies have begun to offer unique Algerian adventure tours. Join us as we consider some the exciting activities on offer in this diverse ...

  • Art Galleries

    There are a number of art galleries in Algeria that are well worth visiting as they provide insight into the culture and lives of the people who call this fascinating North African country home. Some art galleries focus on contemporary art whilst others might be more appropriately termed "museums" as they display artworks from bygone days. Algerian artwork may take the form of sculpture, ...

  • National Parks

    Algeria is a land of great biodiversity. A massive country with a wide variety of landscapes and ecological zones, Algeria has a rich natural heritage. Considered by many to be the most unique natural country of the Mediterranean, Algeria's distinctive morphology, bioclimate, fauna and flora contribute to its great biodiversity. In fact, Algeria is home to some rare species such as the Monk ...

  • Airport guides

    Algeria has a large number of civilian airports that are open to general use. Airports dealing with the arrival and departure of international flights have a customs department, whilst airports servicing domestic traffic have none. The vast majority of Algeria's airports are paved and easily accessible, but some of the airports in outlying areas may be nothing more than an airstrip, which ...