Algiers in Algeria is home to the holiday hotel of Dar Tlidjene Algiers. Just 328 yards (300 meters) from the sea, the hotel is perfect whether you are in Algiers for business purposes or on vacation. Less than 28 miles (45 kilometers) from the airport and situated in close proximity to the town of Ain Taya, the Algiers hotel Dar Tlidjene is a charming and comfortable boarding house with wonderful views of the coast from its rooftop terrace. The entire property is nicely decorated, and guestrooms are large and spacious. Free parking and complimentary wireless Internet access are at guests' disposal. Sights and Attractions! When staying at the quaint family property of Dar Tlidjene in Algiers, why not check out some of the sights in the surrounding area? Visit the famed Notre Dame d’Afrique which stands on a 407 ft cliff overlooking the bay of Algiers. Only previously reachable by cable car, the Basilica is one of the main tourist attractions in the city. Beautifully built in a blend of Byzantine and Roman architectural styles, a visit to the tower of the church gives magnificent panoramic views of the surrounding area. A religious symbol, the cathedral of Notre Dame d’Afrique can be summed up by the inscription on its arched apse: Notre Dame d'Afrique priez pour nous et pour les Musulmans(Our Lady of Africa, pray for us and for the Muslims). Another place to visit during your stay is The Casbah. The Casbah or the Citadel has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built on a hill overlooking the Mediterranean sea the city was founded on an old Phoenician trading post. Throughout the area you will find many small winding streets with hidden delights around each and every corner. The city is full of old stately homes and famous landmarks such as the Ketchaoua Mosque, which was built in 1794, the Djedid Mosque and El Kebir, which is considered the oldest mosque in Algiers. The Martyr's Memorial is another attraction which draws many visitors. Just a short stroll away from the city center, the monument commemorates the Algerian War of Independence. Fashioned in the shape of three standing palm leaves which shelter an Eternal Flame below, the leaves are guarded by three soldiers at each end. Each soldier represents a different stage of Algeria's fight for Independence. These are the main three attractions in the area, but during your visit you will also find many local markets selling wonderful food, spices, clothes and silks - all the usual produce you would expect to find in Algiers. As well as a wonderful sprawling coastline and beautiful picturesque scenery, you will find plenty of things to keep you entertained during your stay.