Algeria is one of the Arab countries that are located in Northern Africa, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea in the north, Tunisia in the northeast, Libya in the east, Morocco in the west, Western Sahara, Mauritania, and Mali in the southwest and Niger in the southeast.
Algeria is now Africa’s largest country, covering an area of nearly 2.382 million km²
The population of Algeria in 2022 was 44,903,225
Capital of Algeria in Arab Countries
Algiers is the capital of Algeria and is located on the Mediterranean coast
Tourists to Algiers can explore its rich cultural heritage, including its Ottoman and French colonial influences, or take in the breathtaking views of the Bay of Algiers.
The currency of Algeria Arab country
The dinar is the monetary currency of Algeria and it is subdivided into 100 centimes.
Climate in Algeria
Algeria is one of the largest countries on the African continent and has to deal with fairly large differences in climate. Algeria is known for its Sahara desert, oases, and the Atlas Mountains. The country consists of around 85% desert. It has a long coastline and the coastal areas have a mild Mediterranean climate with hot summers and cool and rainy winters. In the highlands, summers are hot and dry. Winter rains (less heavy than on the coast) in the highlands begin in October. In the months of January, February and March there are many sandstorms.
April, May, and September are the best months to travel to Algeria. In these months it is very dry, there are no sand storms and you will experience pleasant temperatures.