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This tour will help you to discover one of the beaten paths of the Roman ruins of Tipasa on the coast side of the Mediterranean. It will allow you also to see and explore the rich museum of Cherchell and the Royal Mausoleum of Mauretania.
The ideal introduction for first-time visitors, this full-day, private Algiers tour covers top locations in the Algerian capital by comfortable, chauffeured car, from colonial-era landmarks and monuments to local mosques and markets. Other highlights include a stroll along the Bay of Algiers and stops at the Botanical Garden and Fine Arts Museum, with admission tickets included.
Its great experience to visit the Historical city and enjoying the seafood at the fishing port.Enjoying the road from Algiers which makes differente feelings between the Green mountains and the Mediterranean Sea.
This is a private tour only for yourself and for the people that are travelling with you , it's a 10 days trip with 8 full days package that will enable to have an in-depth overview of Algeria as you'll be visiting various UNESCO sites and a lot of hidden gems that includes : Algiers / Tipaza / Djemila / Timgad / Constantine /Ghardaia / Oran / Tlemcen we'll arrange and organise everything , it's worry-free ! just come & enjoy & have fun
Djémila Known under its antique name Cuicul, is an establishment of an ancient Roman colony founded during the reign of Nerva (96 - 98 A.D.). The Roman town occupied a singular defensive position. Cuicul is one of the flowers of Roman architecture in North Africa. Remarkably adapted to the constraints of the mountainous site, on a rocky spur which spreads at an altitude of 900 m, between the wadi Guergour and the wadi Betame, two mountain torrents, the town has its own Senate and Forum. Around the beginning of the 3rd century, it expanded beyond its ramparts with the creation of the Septimius Severus Temple, the Arch of Caracalla, the market and the civil basilica. The site has also been marked by Christianity in the form of several cult buildings: a cathedral, a church and its baptistry are considered among the biggest of the Paleochristian period. The site of Djémila comprises an impressive collection of mosaic pavings, illustrating mythological tales and scenes of daily life.
Our service begins the moment you enquire, continues throughoutthe design and booking process and well after you return fromyour trip. There’s no such thing as a package tour with us; no twoexperiences are the same because no two requests are everidentical. We take pride in going a step further than the rest tomake sure your trip is memorable for all the right reasons.
Mouflon tourism is a certified agency that can give you an unforgettable experience and make you more comfortable during your travelling and help you our to explore every city of Algeria without any trouble. We are unique in our service and we love to give our clients the best quality of our service.
We make you discover the Algerian desert and Tassili n'Ajjer (Djanet) in particular, in the heart of one of the most beautiful regions of the Sahara. We will make you discover the magic of the desert,! Our Tuareg guides have a perfect knowledge of their country and with them, you will travel safely, the logistics of your hikes to discover the Sahara in a small group accompanied by a guide, cook and their 4x4 vehicles or their dromedaries.
If you want to discover Algiers through the eye of a local, cultural experiences, stories, tastings and unique anecdotes about this city, you will certainly love this tour!It will not only be a learning experience of history through museum visits. We will cross the most important streets, each with its own history. You will discover the striking architecture of Algiers la Blanche and the shops along its boulevards. the unique tastes and flavors of the local cuisine. We will visit various merchants and shops offering unique souvenirs, products and craft accessories.and we will end our visit with a tasting of tea and traditional pastries before walking along the bay to our point of return.
Timgad is an impressive Roman site where one can walk through well-preserved ruins of an old Roman town. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982. Its Roman name was Thamugadi, and it was believed to have reached a population of up to 15,000 people, many of who were army veterans. This city was built in about 100 AD under the reign of Emperor Trajan and it was an important center for both Catholic and Donatist Christians.As you enter the site, you will pass by the museum, which is home to grand mosaics along with other important artifacts found at this site. As you continue walking down the decumanus maximus, or the east-west road, you will pass by one of North Africa’s last remaining ruins of a library. The site also contains a large theatre, the arch of Trajan, temples, and baths. Make sure you do not rush through this expansive site, which awaits your discovery. If you are looking for a great panorama view of Timgad make sure to climb to the top of the theatre.
From the busiest alleyways to the narrowest and most unknown alleyways, El Hadi our famous multi-language guide will take you on a journey back to the time of the Deys by telling you the anecdotes and legendary stories of the Casbah and its townspeople.The visit will include the high and low Kasbah, with its mosques, mausoleums, museums and craftsmen's shops.
A small Phoenician colony on Algiers's former islands was established and taken over by the Carthaginians sometime before the 3rd century bc. After the Punic Wars, the Romans eventually took over administration of the town, which they called Icosium. Its ruins now form part of the modern city's marine quarter, with the Rue de la Marine following a former Roman road. Roman cemeteries existed near Bab-el-Oued and Bab Azoun. The city was given Latin rights by the emperor Vespasian. The bishops of Icosium are mentioned as late as the 5th century, but the ancient town fell into obscurity during the Muslim conquest of North Africa.