It's Algiers down town where u will find the resturants and shops ... it's very good at the morning ... most of shops closed during the weekends and also everyday early so u should visit it in working days at morning. You can go there using metro (khlifa bou khalfa ) station . In ramadan it's tottaly different u can... 更多
If you want to visit a European style street with Algerian culture taste you may not miss La rue Didiushe Mourad. Been located in the old part of the city, you will encounter the heavy traffic to reach there but you will enjoy while you are wandering the street and visiting the stores which offer the Algerian Handicrafts. The children... 更多
This was a really busy shopping area. It had rows and rows of market stalls lining the shops. Full of local people getting on with their daily lives. Very friendly people...great bargains to be had...And again , very safe
There are many sectors in this great city where one can witness the urban fabric of Algiers, and Rue Didouche Mourad as is good a place as any. This is a wide, winding boulevard of the trademark, delightful colonial architecture of White and Blue. It winds it way from a rather high elevation ending in a few kilometres at the... 更多
This is a business street but where a lot of locals like to hang around! Street reminded me of Paris and the architecture is pretty cool! Never felt unsafe walking around although I was still careful, but there are nice little shops, I speak french so I had no language barrier at all...not sure if people speak english. It was... 更多
Very lively street where you can find good restaurants, fast foods and souvenir shops. It is safe to walk at night, even for a sole women as I am.
The architecture is incredible, the people were all laid-back and chilling. I had dinner in a great restaurant on this street (Lalla Mina), which I highly recommend.
Taking a walk on Didouche Mourad is a must for any visitor for Algiers. On the one hand, you are walking in history and the other hand, you are smelling Algeria today. If you have nothing to do with traffic (which is terrible) you can stay in a hotel in the centre, there is always something to experience on Didouche... 更多
Now a busy street with no taste. Look up to see the vestiges of the beautiful architecture. Too crowded during the day, visit at night.