What to do and see in Blida, Algeria: The Best Places and Tips

July 31, 2017 Esmeralda Fenner

Blida in Algeria, from Africa region, is best know for National Parks. Discover best things to do in Blida with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Blida

1. Chrea National Park

1 Route Nationale, Blida 09006, Algeria
Excellent
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4.5 based on 31 reviews

Chrea National Park

Reviewed By Imed_DZ - Algiers

Not very far from Algiers, but driving to the top of the mountain is a challenging experience Bring your picnic stuff and enjoy the natural beauty and the fresh air on the Mont Chrea, very secured Excellent in

2. Place du 1er Novembre

Place du 1er Novembre | Croisement avec la rue des Martyrs, Blida 09000, Algeria
Excellent
64%
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4.5 based on 19 reviews

Place du 1er Novembre

Reviewed By B-Nutzer - Wunstorf, Germany

This place is the old city centre, but nowadays just a meeting point for old men and a playground for children. It is quite dirty and in a general bad condition as same as the rest of the town.

3. Telepherique

Rue Yousfi Abdelkader, Blida 09000, Algeria +213 23 51 20 06
Excellent
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4.5 based on 7 reviews

Telepherique

Reviewed By KellyVJ - Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Took the cable car to the top of the monument, it was really quick and easy to use. only issue is it does get a little cramped as they pile the people in. Form the top you get some good views of the city.

4. Mausolee de Sidi Elkebir

Route Sidi Elkebir, Blida 09000, Algeria
Excellent
60%
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40%
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4.5 based on 5 reviews

Mausolee de Sidi Elkebir

Reviewed By benattou a

Le mausolée de Sidi Elkebir de Blida raconte un pan de l'histoire lointaine de la ville des roses Blida. Un endroit à visiter.

5. Mausolee Sidi Yakoub

Blida 09000, Algeria
Excellent
40%
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4 based on 5 reviews

Mausolee Sidi Yakoub

Reviewed By B-Nutzer - Wunstorf, Germany

This park should have been nice in former times, but nowadays it is rotten and in bad condition. Nevertheless it is one of the green oasis in the town of Blida.

6. Mosquee Ben Saadoun

Blida 09000, Algeria
Excellent
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5 based on 2 reviews

Mosquee Ben Saadoun

Reviewed By benattou a

La mosquée Ben Saadoun de BLIDA est un monument de haute valeur, un grand lieux de culte de toute la région. C'est un monument qui a été érigé au XVIe siècle.

7. Jardin Bizot

Blida 09000, Algeria
Excellent
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Jardin Bizot

Reviewed By Mohamed B - Blida, Algeria

Officiellement ce jardin porte le nom de "Jardin Patrice Lumumba", il est situé en face du Lycée Ibn Rochd (l'ancien Hôpital militaire de Blida) ce jardin constitue une vrai poumon pour le centre ville.Le jardin Bizot a été créé en 1867 par la Municipalité sur un terrain militaire qui n'appartenait pas à la ville.
Crée initialement pour être un jardin botanique, il est transformé en un jardin public, avec une fontaine en marbre et un grand bassin que se trouve à l'entrée, ou on peut voir des canards.

8. Mosquee Hanafi

Blida 09000, Algeria
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Mosquee Hanafi

Reviewed By Aek R - Cherchell, Algeria

I like it too much. It's a very ancient, Moorish and beautiful tiny mosque. It's near a market in the middle of the city, surrounded by narrow streets. No parking in the neighbourhood.

9. Ancienne Synagogue de Blida

Blida 09000, Algeria
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4 based on 2 reviews

Ancienne Synagogue de Blida

Reviewed By Mohamed B - Blida, Algeria

Cette Synagogue est pratiquement abandonnée, elle se trouve a mi-chemin entre la mosquée Ben Saadoun et la mosquée Hanafi, un signe d'une grande tolérance qui régnait dans cette ville, ou plusieurs communautés religieuses vivaient ensemble.
Une partie de la Synagogue est transformée en habitations, le reste est en ruine.
Pour la visite, vous pouvez juste avoir accès a l'entrée de l'extérieur

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