Algeria in the News
We are proud to announce that Constantine, City of Bridges, has just been declared Capital of Arab Culture for 2015.
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New Algeria Photos
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Algiers in the Independent
The British journalist Ed Vallance, who recently toured Algeria with Expert Algeria, has just had an article published on Albert Camus in the Algerian capital. More >
Algiers in the Guardian
Few travellers visit Algeria these days but the country's capital - famous for its brilliant light - has a beauty that belies its recent history. More >
What makes the Algerian Sahara so unique?
The rock arches, gueltas and immense dunes of the Tadrart occupy the deep south of Algeria; the kingdom of the M'Zab, with the town of Ghardaia at its heart, lies hundreds of miles to the north... yet both belong to the great undiscovered Algerian Sahara. More > Algeria's World Heritage Sites
Dr Peter Howard recently visited Algeria with Expert Algeria to take photos of Algeria's World Heritage sites as part of an Africa-wide project to catalogue the continent's UNESCO locations. You can see some of the photos Peter took here.
Algeria is now proud to have seven sites inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage list, all of which can be visited on tours operated by Expert Algeria: Beni Hammad, Djemila, the M'Zab Valley, the Tassili, Timgad, Tipasa and the casbah of Algiers. More >
Gardens in the Algerian Sahara
Sounds unlikely? Well, it's true: Ali has been tending his garden in the furthest reaches of the Sahara - not far from Tamanrasset - for over thirty years. More >