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Tourism in Algeria

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Tourism in Algeria

Tourism in Algeria contributes only about 1 percent of

  • Ministry of Tourism and Handicraft

External links

  1. ^ a b c d e f Algeria country profile, p. 13. Library of Congress Federal Research Division (May 1, 2006).  This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.
  2. ^ [Global Travel Industry News - Algeria calls for investment in tourism]
  3. ^ [AfrolNews Algeria hopes to reactivate tourism]
  4. ^ [Tourism Conference of 2008]
  5. ^ [International Seminar on Tourism Marketing Planning and Evaluation of Promotional]
  6. ^ [1]
  7. ^ [National Office of Statistics]]


Various Information

National Office of Statistics.[7] 2004

Accommodation by area
urban Sea-side Saharien Thermal Climatic Total
48680 21710 4431 5742 1411 82034
Accommodation by category and capacity
6°category(none) 5°category(*) 4°category(**) 3°category(***) 2°category(****) 1°category(*****) Total
4590 3383 14857 5415 2 315 51474 82 034
accommodation by category
6°category (none) 5°category(*) 4°category(**) 3°category(***) 2°category(****) 1°category(*****) Total
1057 851 42 62 67- 22 13

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Main tourist attractions


  • Main tourist attractions 1
  • Various Information 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Tourism Minister Noureddine Moussa said Monday (October 30) at a conference with the sector's executives. Over 140 building permits in the tourism sector have been granted by the ministry since November 2005 to nationals who want to invest in tourism infrastructures. [6] The number of foreign tourists to Algeria have increased 20% annually between 2000 and 2005,[5]

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