Traveling in Algeria
As Africa’s largest country, Algeria has one of the largest areas of the Sahara within its borders. This vast desert includes everything from endless mountains of sand, multiple mountain ranges, and several national parks. One of the most famous regions is in the southeast known as the Tadrat. Here you can find hundreds if not thousands of ancient caveman paintings, dramatic sandstone mountains and towers, and colorful sand often in shades of red and orange.
Djanet is a mid sized oasis town in the Algerian desert. The town isn’t much of a destination for travelers, but rather a pit stop for those entering the Sahara. Djanet is however a picturesque town built along impressive mountains. Things to do include its visiting the city museum, some 16th century adobe houses, dining at a Tuareg restaurant, or simply getting a break from the desert.
The seaside capital of Algiers is a beautiful city located along the Mediterranean coast. Because this region part of the Roman Empire, it has some excellent museums and history to be found. In regards for modern times, the government of Algeria has ambitious plans for its city. Some of these include a two kilometer long shopping mall, the second largest mosque in the world and Park Of the Winds.
Constantine is one of the most beautiful cities of Northern Africa, if not in the entire continent. The city began its humble days over 2,000 years ago after it was founded by the Carthaginians and King Micipsa. It was built around dramatic ravines that are crossed with seven famous bridges, Constantine is also nicknamed City of Bridges.