Who could fail to be mesmerized watching the mountains of Kabylia or the mystical splendor of the Sahara Desert? Who would not succumb to the charms of the extraordinary city of Constantine, with its bridges suspended between heaven and earth and its impressive war memorial, set into an ocher-colored cliff? And what about Djanet and the site of Tassili n'Ajjer, in the heart of the Sahara, with its expanses of desert and rock art treasures dating from 6000 BC. ?
This is what a visit to the land of Algeria promises. The promise of discovering Algerian hospitality, demonstrated to you by traders on the beautiful rue Didouche Mourad in Algiers. The promise of witnessing a tradition that has remained completely intact as you stroll around the Casbah, which will surprise you with its steep streets of white walls. The bravest will climb right up to the citadel where they'll enjoy a panorama of the whole city. Algeria is the promise of an adventure with the scents of yesteryear, whether it's discovering the Haussmann buildings of Oran, wandering through the remains of the basilica St. Augustine d'Annaba or going to explore Timimoun, the red oasis. At the gates of the Great Western Erg, this surprising city, covered by palm groves in the middle of the desert, will be sure to awaken your thirst for wilderness and exploration. The final promise is of tantalized taste buds thanks to the national dish: couscous, and the different, equally delicious, ways it is served. Unforgettable.Read more