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Cruises to Algiers

23 Reviews
Algiers (Photo: Jeronimo Contreras Flores/Shutterstock.com)

About Algiers

Algiers is a large, metropolitan city with a long history and rich culture to explore. It is home to a casbah or citadel that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, many museums, cafes, markets and a breathtaking coastline. Within the city, visitors will also find a zoo, botanical garden and a small water park with swimming pool, water slides and a spa.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

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Leaving:Malaga
Cruise Line:Ponant
May 2, 2024
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Why go to Algiers?

Pros:

Algiers is the capital city of Algeria and home to various significant historical and cultural sights

Cons:

Civil unrest has been an intermittent issue in Algeria that can affect cruise itineraries

Bottom Line:

Algiers is a city full of history, evident in its many attractions, sights and landmarks


Algiers Cruise Reviews
When we tried to book a tour they were already full. This is due to Viking having an opening date for bookings depending on your cabin type. We told by the company (Viking) that we could take an individual tour of AlRead More
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Sami by birth
Coach trip to see ruins at an archaeological park in or near Tipaza, cookies, mint tea and bathroom break near there, and then on the Royal Mausoleum of Mauretania. Wonderful guide, wonderful excursion and worth eveRead More
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roothy123
Didn't learn much except step foot on Algerian land. Haven't been in such a controlled situation since visiting East Germany in 1983 with USA sports team. Would have been nice to have lunch and shop there but perhapsRead More
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b2burns
Although it was a very simple bus tour, seeing the city was quite an experience. My wife and I did not really know what to expect, and thus we were very pleasantly surprised with the architecture, history of the cityRead More
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