The historical wealth of Algiers can be appreciated through its beautifully preserved architecture. Take the time to explore the center of the Algerian capital with Nouhad, who’ll be your guide on this informative private walk.
Half a day of wonder
Discover the diversity of Algiers’s architectural heritage, its complex history and its modern touches by walking the streets of the capital. From Place des Beaux-Arts to Place des Martyrs, passing by the famous Rue Didouche Mourad, the city is full of magic: secret courtyards, decorative doorways and countless examples of neo-Moorish, Haussmannian, Art Deco and even neoclassical architecture.
- Languages English, French, Arabic
- Experience type private experience
- Duration 4 to 5 hours
- Price per person $45
- Availability Sunday to Thursday
- Number of people 1 to 5 people
A century of architectural pride
During this carefully curated walking tour, Nouhad — a man passionate about his city — will show you the superb architectural legacy of Algiers, and how the region’s heritage-inspired generations of architects working in the capital from the end of the 19th century to the second half of the 20th century.
Highlights include a stroll along Rue Didouche Mourad and lunch in a traditional restaurant in the neighborhood, where intertwining streets punctuated by European touches and modern interpretations of Mediterranean architecture will certainly catch your eye.
Question? Ask away
Whether you need more information on this architectural walk, or whether you are having difficulties with your reservation… don’t be shy! Contact us and our team will be delighted to answer your questions, 7 days a week.
Credits — Words: Cécile Raulet, Nour J. Photographs: Leonid Andronov.