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plast alger - Experience Algier!
Take in the sights
Algiers' architecturally exceptional landmark, the Memorial du Martyr (Boulevard Khalifa Oulmane)
on a guided tour through the labyrinthine old town, the Kasbah (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
while looking out over the city from the beautiful basilica of Notre Dame d'Afrique
for example ...
on one of the shopping streets, e.g. the Rue Didouche Mourad
at one of the authentic street markets to buy souvenirs and hand-crafted items; a particularly beautiful souk is located near the Ketchaoua Mosque in the old town
at one of the modern shopping centres, such as the Centre Commercial Bab Ezzouar in the east of the city
Go out to eat and drink
for example ...
at ‘Jenina’, a typical Algerian restaurant, with Mediterranean and halal cuisine (avenue Franklin Roosevelt)
at the classic ‘Auberge Du Moulin’ restaurant with French and Mediterranean cuisine (24 rue Abane Ramdane)
at ‘Le Dauphin’ to enjoy maritime specialities (rue d'Angkor)
DOS und DON´TS in ALGIER
Build up good personal relationships with business partners! Quick business just isn’t done here.
Be patient when negotiating!
Be punctual to appointments, even if they are delayed!
Dress modestly! To make a good impression, men should dress in suits and ties and women should wear suits or long dresses with high necklines.
Treat Muslim customs with respect!
Do not make any business appointments during Ramadan, the month of fast. This is because your partners will probably be hungry and therefore in a bad mood.
Pay heed to and be respectful of religion and politics.
Do not greet people using your left hand - the left hand is considered impure.
Don’t reject your Algerian host’s hospitality: it’s part of the culture. Accept coffees and small pastries.
Never point to anything! It’s considered impolite.