The main intercity bus station is located east of the city centre on the road to the airport. The station is very well organised with a central booking office and TV screens displaying up-coming departures and parki…
Es-Sénia Airport, Algeria's second busiest airport, is located 9km east of the centre. From here numerous daily flights serve Algiers and some other Algerian cities. There are also flights to more than a dozen diffe…
The country's biggest and busiest airport is located 17km southeast of Algiers. It's served by numerous international airlines and in 2018 a new terminal is expected to open.
The train station is a 10-minute walk from the city centre. Trains run once daily to Algiers (from DA900, five hours) and four times a day to Tlemcen (from DA450, 2½ hours).
Annaba's airport is around 15km east of the city. It has a few international flights to France as well as numerous daily connections to Algiers and other Algerian cities.
The bus station is a few kilometres out of town on the Constantine road. A taxi from the city centre to the bus station costs DA300 or a local bus costs DA20.
Annaba's train station is right in the centre of town and is notable for its similarity to a mosque – complete with a towering minaret.
Constantine's Mohamed Boudiaf International Airport has a few international flights to France and numerous daily flights to Algiers.
Constantine's train station is a slightly scary walk across a wobbly bridge from the Casbah.
The bus station is a couple of kilometres south of the town centre and Casbah.