Tlemcen

Tlemcen

Tlemcen, “the town of cherries”, was once one of the most powerful cities in the Maghreb. Tlemcen’s Grand Mosque remains one of North Africa’s most significant Islamic landmarks – surpassed…

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Constantine

Constantine

Constantine, “city of bridges”, is a dramatic city of precipitous cliffs and deep gorges, the lofty setting for Algeria’s most labyrinthine casbah. Constantine boasts an excellent museum as well as…

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Alger

Alger

Less than three hours from London, yet virtually unknown in the English-speaking world, the capital Algiers is one of the Mediterranean’s most mesmerising cities, a captivating mélange of faded French…

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The Touat

The Touat

From the south of Gourara, opens the Touat, between the arid plateau of Tadmaït and the plain of Tidikelt. This region is at the crossroads of many communication routes in the Sahara, in particular the road to Mali.

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