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Useful advice for travelling to Algeria (DZA)
Striking Sahara desert, sky-raising Atlas Mountains, vast oil reserves, and unique culture are the most famous symbols of Algeria, beckoning millions of tourists. Trips to Algeria create a unique impression, differing from other African or Muslim countries’. Algeria is a great holiday destination point to immerse oneself in exotic otherness of another continent.
Preparing for the trip
If you’re already planning a flight to Algeria, do not forget to take out a visa. You will have to provide all the necessary personal and contact information for it. Usually, a visa will be ready in 5 to 7 workdays; however, sometimes you will need to wait longer.
If you’re travelling via countries infected with yellow fever, you will need to provide a vaccination certificate. Malaria infection risk is very small in Algeria; you should be more cautious when travelling through the southern part of the country. Depending on the area of your visit, you should get vaccinated against tetanus, diphtheria, typhoid, and hepatitis A and B as a precaution.
Transportation and travel charges
The easiest way to get better acquainted with Algeria is to use trains, buses or to rent a car. Larger cities will also have tramway systems. Roads are present in some parts of the country only, and just some of those are paved. Nevertheless, road quality is being improved constantly.
You can pay for your purchases using the official Algerian currency, dinars (DZD). One dinar amounts to roughly 0.011 euro cents. Living costs in Algeria are lower than in Lithuania. For example, you can have lunch in a cheap restaurant for 300 dinars and order a cup of coffee for about 80 dinars. In local shops, a 1.5 litre water bottle will cost you 30 dinars; you can buy one kilogram of rice for about 90 dinars, and one kilogram of chicken breast for roughly 420 dinars. Public transport tickets cost about 20 dinars, and a one kilometre long taxi ride will cost you about 26 dinars.
Best return gifts choices
Sahara’s desert rose crystals, colourful spices, oils, and wines are all wonderful return gift ideas. You can also pleasantly surprise your loved ones by purchasing some authentic ceramic, glass, and wood products or silver jewellery.
The best way to better understand the land of Algeria is to stay open-minded towards cultural peculiarities and accept the locals’ hospitality. This way, you will be able to see Algeria in all its colours and with all the nature’s contrasts.
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