Rising from the ashes of destruction, violence and terror, Algiers today, is trying to figure out a secure niche in the world map. Located on the Mediterranean Sea, its coastline beauty abounds the landscape of this magical city. With a rich amalgam of Phoenician, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, Barbary pirate and French colonial heritage, Algiers in Algeria Africa, dazzles its spectators. The indigenous culture and tradition finds its recognition through its ancient city known as Casbah or Medina and is populated with people who are friendly and hospitable. Within the city, the neo-Byzantine cathedral of Notre Dame D'Afrique is remarkable for its architecture. Exploring further, The Great Mosque is one of the few remaining examples of Almoravid architecture, with a 14th-century minaret. And ofcourse, how to forget the Seafront for which people turn up here to adore and cherish it’s paradisiacal and unspoilt horizons. The coastal town of Tipaza, west of Algiers, is so enamouring that French writer Albert Camus said the site taught him the meaning of glory – love without limit. What stupefies the visitor is the row of glistening white buildings as if they are rising from the sea, an image for which Algiers is known as Alger la Blanche ,"Algiers the White" .A chain of luxury hotels in the city have mushroomed, so finding and accommodation would not be a problem. Sofitel Algiers Hamma Garden, Hilton Alger, El Aurassi, Sheraton Club des Pins Resort, Ibis Alger Airport, Hotel El Aurassi are some of the luxurious hotels in the city, nestled in the lap of this lush green natural landscape.