Algiers - Travel and Tourism
Despite Algiers’s reputation as a city on the edge, first-time visitors to Algiers may be surprised by the contrast between.
The neighborhood serves as Algiers’s historical and commercial district, and has an abundance of seafood restaurants.
Temperatures in Algeria reach extremes during the summer, and travelers will be more comfortable visiting during the rainy season.
U.S. citizens need a passport and a visa to enter Algeria. The visa must be applied for in advance through the Algerian Embassy.
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The U.S. Department of State has issued a travel warning for Algeria because of a continued threat of violence.
Although ATMs can be found in Algiers, they generally do not accept foreign credit cards, nor do merchants.