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This mighty nation in North Africa is neighbours with Morocco, which sits to the west, and Tunisia, in the east. Algeria also shares borders with Libya, Niger, Mali, Western Sahara and Mauritania. It’s the proximity to the Mediterranean Sea though that sees many holidaymakers flocking to these sun-soaked shores, as well as the lively capital of Algiers.
Flying into Houari Boumediene Airport (ALG) on the outskirts of the nation's capital, Algiers, allows visitors to make use of Algeria car hire to travel around this fascinating country at their own pace and see the sights that appeal the most.
There are national parks and wildlife to see, a swathe of the Sahara Desert to set foot in, mountain ranges to photograph, museums in which to pore over the nation’s past and ancient towns and forts that look as if they’ve simply emerged from the dusty earth. Of course the beaches of Algeria also ignite wanderlust, though Algeria’s Mediterranean neighbours of Morocco and Tunisia have made more of their sunny spots by the sea.
Algeria has a Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and mild winters, but is probably best seen between June and September, when the weather is sunny and hot but moderated by the cool breeze off the sea.
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The countryside to the north of Algeria, especially in the region around the capital, is predominantly rich farmland which is able to thrive due to the moderate climate. Further south, car hire in Algeria will allow visitors to explore the Sahara desert, which covers approximately four-fifths of the country. Highlights in this region include palm oases located among the iconic rolling dunes of sand. One of the best oasis cities to visit is Djanet, situated in the south-east of the country, which has a rich indigenous Tuareg culture.
For many, however, the main draw of a trip to Algeria is the northern part of the country, with towns such as Tipasa and Batna, which are surrounded by shady olive groves, as well as the capital and largest city, Algiers. This bustling coastal metropolis, renowned for its majestic white buildings that appear to rise up out of the sea, has many great sites to visit, including the commanding Kasbah, the bustling medina and the sprawling Jardin d'Essai, which contains many exotic plants. Algiers also has a rich religious heritage. The Catholic church of Notre Dame d'Afrique and the numerous significant mosques are all worth a visit.