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Ferries Algiers

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Located on the Mediterranean coast in the northwest of the country, Algiers is the capital of Algeria and the most populous city in the country. Over the centuries, the port of Algiers has become one of the main gateways to the Maghreb.

The origins of the port of Algiers date back to the Phoenician period, when this city became a commercial port of great economic and strategic importance. Its main activity is still the import and export of goods, but also the transit of passengers.

The port area has been renovated and expanded in recent years, allowing the port to handle cargo, passengers, and cruise ships.

Many tourists choose to take one of the ferries to Algiers to discover this beautiful Maghreb country, immerse themselves in its ancient culture and admire its architectural beauty.

The port of Algiers is called Le Port De Sidi Fredj, once the landing point where the French established their invasion of Algeria in 1830.

🚢 Today, ferries to Algiers are also one of the best travel options for those who want to take their car and plan a road trip! The departures from Algiers to France, to the port of Marseille, are active throughout the year. The shipping companies that offer regular connections from Algiers are Corsica Linea and Algeri Ferries.

🅿️ Near the port of Algiers there are all the main services such as toilets, parking, stores, bars and restaurants, hotels, banks, and ATMs. The bus terminal and the train station are both in the port area, guaranteeing great connections to the all state. Cars rentals and taxis are also available close by the boarding.

Also near the port area, passengers disembarking from the ferries to Algiers will find hotels and B&Bs, the maritime station and shipping company ticket offices.

Algiers ferries About Algiers

Ferries to Algiers provide easy access to this beautiful capital, nicknamed “Algiers the White” for its French colonial-style limestone buildings.

There are many architectural traces of the French colonial period, including the Musée National des Beaux Arts and the Basilica Notre-Dame d'Afrique, a beautiful Catholic Church overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.

🕌 In the city center, you can visit the Kasbah, the oldest quarter and symbol of Algerian culture, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Ketchoua Mosque, is one of the most important mosques in Algeria; various Islamic palaces and museums; the Bardo National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography in Moorish style; the Grand Post Office; and the National Museum of Art and Popular Traditions.

You should also visit Le Bastion 23, a beautiful Ottoman building, the famous Martyrs Square and the iconic Maqam Echahid Independence Monument.

In the Algerian capital, you can also visit the ancient ruins of Roman cities. These include the site of Tipasa and the city of Trajan in Timgad.

🌳 For a short break, visit the Hamma Botanical Garden, considered the green lung of the city with its 3,000 species of plants.

The main dish in Algiers is couscous, called maftoul in the city; it can be served with vegetables, fish, or even meat. Another famous dish is jwaz, a vegetable soup with a special recipe.

How to reach the boardings: 

Address: Port of Algiers, Gare Maritime, Rue d'Angkor.

GPS coordinates: Latitude: 36.78112756, Longitude 3.06319465

The port of Algiers is easily accessible by car. There is an efficient railroad network, with the station located a few meters from the ferry terminal. Algiers Houari Boumédiène Airport is about 20 km from the port and has a shuttle bus to the port. Cabs and public buses provide connections with the rest of the city and the suburbs.

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