Ermak Travel Guide

 

The World at your fingertips 

 

 

 

Feel free to leave your comments below. If you want to share your knowledge, additional information or experience in a particular place your input is more than welcome.

 

 

Algeria

 

Algeria Destinations Travel Guide

 

 

Flag of Algeria

Language: Arabic

Currency: Algerian dinar (DZD)

Calling code: 213

 

 

 

 

 

Travel Destinations in Algeria

 

Ahaggar National Park

Ahaggar National Park is famous for its unusual mountains that create beautiful landscape.

 

Algiers

Algiers is the largest city in Algeria that also serves as its capital. It is occasionally referred as Alger la Blanche or Algiers the White after the color of its buildings.

 

Chrea National Park

Chrea National Park is protected area of a temperate forest that you would not expect to see in this corner of the World.

 

Djémila

Djémila or Cuicul as it was known back then, was constructed by the Romans during reign of emperor Nerva.

Djurdjura National Park

Djurdjura National Park is an expansive nature preserve that covers mountains in Kabylia region.

 

El Kala National Park

El Kala National Park protects sclerophyllous forests and wetlands on the beaches in El Tarf Province of Algeria.

 

Gouraya National Park

Gouraya National Park situated in Béjaïa Province in the Northern Algeria. This natural reserve covers an area of 20.8 km² on the Mediterranean coast. 

Lambaesis

Lambaesis is a city that grew around Roman military camp of third legion (Legio III Augusta) between 123 and 129 AD. 

Tassili n'Ajjer

Tassili n'Ajjer is a dry plateau that is famous for ancient rock art left by prehistoric man from the time when these lands were covered by grasslands.

 

Tiddis

Tiddis is an ancient Roman settlement situated near Bni Hamden village in the Constantine Province of Algeria.

Timgad

Timgad was constructed in 100 AD Ex nihilo ("out of nothing" Latin) by the Emperor Trajan. It served as a defense against Berber tribes in the Aures Mountain.

 

Tipasa

Situated on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea Tipasa was originally found by the Phoenicians as a trade post in the North Africa. Roman Emperor Claudius turned it into a colony in the first century AD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

blog comments powered by Disqus