Hotel Colombe

06 Bd, zabour larbi-hai khaldia, Oran, 31000, Algeria
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  • Couples100
  • Solo91
  • Business89

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Forum Posts

Oran Algeria

by OceanToLove

I am wanting to go to Algeria... I am a woman and will be alone... is it safe? Is there anything I should know about before I go? Thanx :) Jeanette

Re: Oran Algeria

by lynnehamman

There are a number of good pages on Algeria made by VT members. I suggest that you read some to get ideas.

Here is the url

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Africa/Algeria/TravelGuide-Algeria.html

Re: Oran Algeria

by natashadream

I want to do the same.But i have asked bulgarian who lives in the region and she told me it was not safe if i was going there alone. Advices if you anyway decide to do it: clothes not opened and not sexy at all!!!,not to flirt with the local men; to stay in a hotel that is well known and where there is guards ; not to go alone in streets that are away from the central...things like that..

Re: Oran Algeria

by shems71

You can dress the way you want, Algeria is not Afghanistan and Oran is known to be a very open-minded city and Oranese girls are sometimes dressed sexier than French girls I have seen. But my advise would be to be accompanied with a local (man or woman) because one of Algeria's favourite sport is flirting and chatting up, and sometimes it seems to be annoying, but it is mostly funny. Enjoy, you'll love the city and its thriving nightlife, the most restless in North Africa!

Travel Tips for Oran

Albert Camus

by maryamy

This philosopher and writer was born in and died in Oran. He loved the place and suffered with what he was as injustice.
I have just found a 1961 copy of La Peste, set in this town, in French, which I will start reading asap. It was recommended by my wonderful friend ManuelEB of VT.
Incidentally 1961 is when Camus died in a car accident and the year of independence of Algeria from France.

Afternoon tea and Sweets.

by copa64

I have seen others comment on the mint tea, try this with the homemade sweets, what a great way to end the day. Late dinners are the norm, but the food is all great. Light dinners are better since you eat a large lunch and have tea around 5.

Eat cous cous

by maryamy

It takes a little time to prepare, but it's lovely. The Algerian cous cous is not spicy, but more fruity than that of her neighbouring countries.
The scarf is only to keep one's hair out of the food.

Bikini in the summer

by maryamy

Large baggage to take back things you will buy. Bikini or shorts for men for warmer months. Waterproof for winters. Plenty of film or capacity in digital camera. Beach towels, sandals and plenty of sun cream. Anti-insect lotions.

Visit Santa Cruz

by copa64

This is a Spaish fort built in the 1600's on the highest point in Oran. It is an adventure to climb all over and see how the soldiers lived at that time. There is even a bar in the fort. When I go this time, I'll take some pictures I can load.

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