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Planning a trip to this Arab and Berber country in Northern Africa? Algeria’s Mediterranean coast and cities beckon! Catch cheap flights to Algeria that touch down in Algiers Houari Boumédienne Airport (ALG). Alitalia, Air France, British Airways, Vueling and Iberia all operate the route.
Algeria enjoys hot weather year-round with cool nights. Inland the weather can be more intense and in summer temperatures in the desert can reach 40°C+. Book your flights to Algeria at least 4-5 months in advance for the cheapest fares.
Direct flights to Algeria take 2 hours and 40 minutes.
Algeria has so much to offer visitors wanting to explore the cultures of Northern Africa. With the Mediterranean to the north and deserts, mountains and dunes inland, there’s so much to explore in Algeria. From Algiers an Algeria rental car goes a long way.
Ancient ruins: One of the most popular attractions for visitors in Algeria are the ancient ruins: Roman, Phoenician and Byzantine. The most famous sights for these are in Batna, Annaba, Setif and Guelma. It’s worth hiring a guide when visiting these places.
The Sahara Desert: This noble and ancient desert is a must-visit in Algeria. The best place to see is the M’zab Valley with some remarkable clay architecture. Entire cities are made up of amazing modern, cubist structures.
Mediterranean beaches: Algeria is really lacking in beach resorts and facilities and the country really hasn’t tapped into its beach destination potential. The result? Secluded beaches all to yourself.
Find more information on Algeria.com.
You’ll find a good selection of both luxury and budget hotels in Algeria. Beware of hotel scams and only reserve a room from a reputable site. Algiers has by far the best selection for hotels and you’ll find that hotel prices near the coast will go up during peak season.