Visit Algiers Province
Algiers Province is one of the 12 provinces of Algeria and is situated in the north of the country. It is home to Algeria's capital, Algiers, which is a bustling port city with a blend of modern and historical architecture. The province's coastline along the Mediterranean Sea offers stunning views and plenty of opportunities for beachgoers. A must-see tourist attraction in Algiers is the Casbah; an old fortified citadel that dates back to 1612, filled with labyrinth-like streets lined with traditional cafes and colorful markets. Another fascinating site to visit is Tipaza, an ancient port town located just west of Algiers where visitors can explore centuries-old ruins such as the Great Mosque or take a stroll along its popular beachfront promenade. An interesting historical fact about Algiers Province relates to its role in World War II: during 1942-1943 it served as a major base for Allied forces who were stationed there on their way to North Africa.
Cities in Algiers Province
Algiers, Dar el Beïda, Birkhadem, Rouiba, Aïn Taya, Bab Ezzouar, Bordj el Kiffan