Situated in Algiers, this luxury hotel is close to Army Museum, Villa Abd-el-Tif, and Botanical Garden of Hamma. Also nearby are National Gallery of Fine Arts and Monument des Martyrs.
Situated in Algiers, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Museum of Antiquities, Musée des Beaux Arts, and Bardo Museum. Cathedrale du Sacre Coeur and Makam Echahid are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Situated in El Oued, this luxury hotel is in the same area as City Center Garden, Museum, and El Oued Univesity.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Jamaa El Jedid, Ketchaoua Mosque, and Aquafortland. Aquafortland and Palais des Expositions are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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Saida is approximately 210 miles southwest of the country's capital, Algiers.
See how enthusiastic the local fans are about their sports by watching a game at Stade 13 Avril in Saida. It's just 1 mile to the northwest of Saida. Make sure you stand up and cheer for the home team with the locals.
Not too far from Saida you'll come across Mascara, 35 miles to the north, and Sidi Bel Abbes, 50 miles to the northwest. These two locations are also worth visiting, should you have the time.
If you always feel invigorated once you head outside a give something new a shot, there are some energizing activities here. Release your inner adventurer and go hiking and horse riding.
To learn a little about the culture of Algeria, go straight to the region's art museums and art galleries.
Enjoy a relaxed stroll and fell the sun on your skin at the region's open-air markets.
Time seems to stand still when you wander through the ruins, old towns and fortresses of Algeria.
Immerse yourself in the region's spiritual dimension at its numerous mosques.
Very often, a region's heart and soul can be found wafting from its pots, pans and ovens.
Begin your culinary experience by tasting the abundance of local ingredients, such as red chillies and cumin.
Chakhchoukha (lamb stew) and torta de gazpacho (flatbread) are common dishes for tourists and locals alike.
No culinary experience is complete until you've had something sweet. Makroudh (semolina pastry) is sure to do the trick.
You should be happy to know that the 1st of November is Revolution Day, a day of celebration for the entire nation.
For those who plan on traveling by air, know that the most convenient airport is 70 miles to the northwest.