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I loved the Casbah! I get a kick out of roaming souks, casbahs & medinas in various cities/countries. You get a real feel of the locals as well as goods. The Algiers casbah is HUGE. Each section is organized by type of goods. Areas w/female...More
We visited the Casbah with Boualem
email@example.com for 8000 DA for 3 of us including a visit of few houses in the Casbah, the Cathedral of Notre Dame d'Afrique, the mausoleum. Boualem is extremely knowledgeable about the history of Algeria. Highly recommended and completely safe...More
A voyage through the history of a mediterranean city. ..This is what's waiting for you if you come to Algiers. You'll get into time tube where past and present share the same space and pace. The Kasbah is special.
I was visiting casbah with my wife, we really loved it but there is no security in the area, and it not so safe to walk alone if you are not from the town, they are too old and dirty, so they need to Reconstruction...More
If you are walking alone or with only your friend/spouse, just walk along the lower Kasbah (near the main the streets) where there are many people. I tried to walk up the alley of the Upper Kasbah but stopped short because it was very quiet...More
I visited Casbah in June while visiting my husbands family in Algiers. Casbah was obviously high on my list of things to see. Casbah just like all of Algiers is an amazing place to visit with loads of potential to be even more amazing if...More
Amazing place. Mighty old buildings, winding narrow streets, amazing courtyard houses. Some well kept, some run down. Algerians have a tough job in protecting this UNESCO World Heritage Site. But surely they are trying.
I’ve visited the Casbah twice – – once with and once without a guide. The guide immeasurably enhanced my enjoyment and understanding of this fascinating neighborhood. Without a guide you are reduced to wandering around the mostly poorly marked streets and asking directions – –...More
My sister-in-law, who lives in Algiers, arranged for a great 4-hr tour (incl. lunch) of the Casbah. The tour guide’s name is Kenza and she is very knowledgeable. She spoke French & English. I loved it! I have an e-mail... More
My sister-in-law, who lives in Algiers, arranged for a great 4-hr tour (incl. lunch) of the Casbah. The tour guide’s name is Kenza and she is very knowledgeable. She spoke French & English. I loved it! I have an e-mail address for her but Tripadvisor won’t let me include it in this message. Her contact info on Facebook: Djawla 3assimiy