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The Botanical Garden of Algiers, Algeria History of the Garden In 1831, the French colony began undertaking remediation work on the marshlands in order to cultivate agricultural soil. By 1832, Governor General Antoine Avisard signed a decree that...more
Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Rue Hassiba Ben Bouali - BP 141, Algiers 16000, Algeria
All reviews beautiful garden old trees small cages palm trees le jardin worth a visit sofitel hotel metro station central park small fee park your car busy city museum of fine arts nice place great place to visit take photos tarzan
After travelling Algeria for a week coming to this garden felt surprisingly calming. Small fee to get in and no entries during Friday prayer; the zoo is closed at this time as well (we did not go in there). Worth a visit for sure!
I really recommend to visit this place especially if you have young kids (or with your lover) it s tge site of the first Tarzan movie. Near to the metro station. A various type of plants. And a large place for kids i also found...More
The Most beautiful green place to walk in Algiers, there is a direct Metro connection and could be reached writhing 10 min from Algiers downtown.
The place is great for kids and adult, with a diversity of vegetation, there is a little zoo inside that...More
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When we got to the park we were so excited as this is one of our yearly days out we have when we visit the country.
We were followed by nasty men who kept try to get our numbers whistling and...More
This large open space situated below the Memorial of the Martyrs and close to the exit of the City is well worth the effort to visit.
As well as a small Zoo ( Not visited ) the gardens are split up into both formal European...More
This place is convenieantly located with the Metro station literally outside the gate. I can only describe it's beauty as breathtaking. An added bonus is also the fact that the Martys Monument is 2 minutes away by cable car. Worth a visit.