Today I am going to tell you about the capital city of Algeria, ALGIERS! Sounds cool right? Yes, No? Watch out for carts selling various fruits and vegetables such as oranges perfect for orange juice.
Here are the facts:
Settled between the Mediterranean and the steep, forested hills that form its backdrop, Algiers is a city whose prolific history can be seen in its architecture, from its Moorish mosques, Ottoman-style palaces and the Kasbah, a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, to its Berber fortifications, French colonial houses and modern boulevards. The city is home to numerous attractions, including the Great Mosque, the National Library, Martyrs Square, the Bardo Museum and multiple monuments and forts
One of my recommended places to visit is Maqam Echahid which is a martyr’s memorial. If you want to find out more about the Maqam Echahid visit: CLICK ME!
The top-rated places to visit that you will find are: Notre Dame d’Afrique, Le Jardin d’Essai du Hamma and Kasbah of Algiers. The top-rated Restaurants to visit that you will find are: Taj Mahal (an Indian restaurant), Jenina (an Mediterranean restaurant) and Auberge Du Moulin (an French restaurant).The top-rated hotels to stay in are: Sofitel Algiers Hamma Garden (a best value hotel), El Aurassi Hotel (a Luxury hotel), Appartement Alger centre (a Holiday Rental) and Palace Appart Hotel (a Trendy hotel). If you enjoy playing football, then here’s a great fact for you about their local football teams: MC Algiers and USM El Harrach. I think I will stop here but if you want to find more information about Algiers visit: CLICK ME!