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Top Deals on Flights to Algeria

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Milan (MIL) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 12/03/2020
Return 23/03/2020
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Rome (FCO) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 02/02/2020
Return 08/02/2020
From270

Venice (VCE) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 03/03/2020
Return 10/03/2020
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Rome (ROM) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 11/02/2020
Return 13/02/2020
From270

Bologna (BLQ) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 18/02/2020
Return 20/02/2020
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Milan (MXP) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 24/02/2020
Return 26/02/2020
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Turin (TRN) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 16/03/2020
Return 24/03/2020
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Catania (CTA) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 14/04/2020
Return 19/04/2020
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Trieste (TRS) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 06/04/2020
Return 15/04/2020
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Pisa (PSA) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 19/03/2020
Return 24/03/2020
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Palermo (PMO) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 24/02/2020
Return 06/03/2020
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Verona (VRN) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 11/03/2020
Return 15/03/2020
From278

Bari (BRI) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 16/02/2020
Return 19/02/2020
From333

Bergamo (BGY) - Algiers (ALG)

Departure 01/02/2020
Return 07/02/2020
From221

Traveling to Algeria

Algeria stands on the cusp of discovery by the world of tourism. A resplendent and varied landscape of resort-style beaches, sky-scraping mountains and monolithic dunes are home to 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including historic fortresses and ancient Roman cities. With so much to offer, Algeria is fast becoming a popular holiday destination. Arrive rested and ready to explore with Alitalia’s extra-comfort seats, available on all our flights to Algeria.

The far side of the Mediterranean

The whitewashed walls of Algiers’ French colonial-inspired façades stare out into the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. From here, visitors can enjoy a myriad of modern seaside resorts alongside the stately Romanesque architecture of the Notre Dame d’Afrique. To the west, Oran beckons tourists with an impressive array of goods on offer at Le Marché de Medina Jedida, the country’s largest market. If you’re traveling to Algeria for a taste of something more traditionally African, head south and behold the ancient ksour, towering mud-bricked citadels set upon the border of the vast Sahara.

Tricks and treats

Algerian cuisine is as exciting as it is varied, with fresh seafood from the port cities mingling with French, Arabic and Ottoman influences. Book your tickets to Algeria for September for the perfect balance of coastal warmth and inland mildness.