Discover Algeria with Expert Algeria

According to the Washington Post, Algeria is a "continent all in itself" - and Expert Algeria devises cultural and historical tours and holidays the length and breadth of the country, from the Mediterranean to the Sahara. Most of our circuits, which last from three days to three weeks, are made to measure - and are accompanied by expert, English-speaking  guides.

"The buzzing cities are brushed in French colonial architecture, the cafes are filled with people who refuse to let me pay for my own tea, and everywhere I go, there’s always that sense of excitement of never knowing quite what would be found around the next corner. But it’s the history of Algeria’s Roman conquistadors that really leave the strongest mark on me", Stuart Butler, Lonely Planet.

Below and opposite you will find a small selection of the sites that we visit.

And here is an A to Z of Algeria - a selection of the towns, cities and regions where Expert Algeria organises sightseeing, cultural and adventure tours.
Camels in AlgeriaIt is possible to fly from Mediterranean Algiers over snow-capped mountains to the Sahara desert in just over one hour. The Algerian Sahara amazes the first-time visitor with the variety of its landscapes.
Camels in AlgeriaDjemila, Timgad, Tipasa: Algeria's triumvirate of Roman World Heritage sites ranks amongst the world's finest, perhaps even more impressive than Libya's Leptis Magna.
Camels in AlgeriaGhardaia is one of the pentapolis settlements of the UNESCO-protected Saharan M'Zab Valley, which includes the walled town of Beni Isguen - normally closed to foreigners - where the women, clad entirely in white, reveal a single eye to the outside world.
Camels in AlgeriaAmongst the most delightful cities of Algeria are the Mediterranean capital, Algiers; Tlemcen, renowned for its Jewish heritage; Oran, the most Spanish of settlements; Constantine, "city of bridges" and "capital of culture"; and El Oued, "city of a thousand domes".