Algerians speak Arabic, and French, but some speak good English too.
Greetings begin with "Assalamualaikum" and they put their cheeks together after that. But for foreigner like me, a simple handshake or putting your right arm across your left chest is a good gesure.Add to your Trip Planner
In Algeria, Arabic is the...
In Algeria, Arabic is the official language. Greetings are often cordial and genuine, usually a handshake and an embrace (between members of the same sex). Algerians frequently use hand gestures during conversations. It is considered impolite to point directly at someone. Men and women tend to socialize separately.Add to your Trip Planner
Ghardaia is known for its Mozabite inhabitants - a Berber tribe belonging to the Islamic group of the Kharejites - and you can see many women covered completely - except for one eye!Add to your Trip Planner
You need a desert pass if you are travelling in the deseet. Obtain one form the nearest police station if you can find any.Add to your Trip Planner
Algeria is an Islamic country,...
Algeria is an Islamic country, so one should respect this by not wearing shorts or tops or clothes, that show too much skin! Besides - the sun is so strong, that covering the body makes sense!!!!Add to your Trip Planner
This was the hotel which my local colleagues had suggested to me; it was quite a distance from our...more
06 Bd, zabour larbi-hai khaldia, Oran, 31000, Algeria
Good for: Couples
Rue Rezig Ahmed 4, 16012
Good for: Business
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