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Tamanrasset is a city deep in Saharan Algeria.
Aguenar-Hadj Bey Akhamok AirportThere is one international route, with Paris-Orly. Domestic routes connects with most larger cities in Algeria.
By roadNational road A1 from Algiers passes by Tamanrasset continuing until the border with Niger. However, after Ghardaia in central Algeria the quality of the road deteriorates, although it's still paved. This road is also known as the Trans-Sahara Highway. To the south the road becomes almost impassable to ordinary 2WD vehicles.
Maison de la Culture
Musée du Hoggar
Musée du I'OPNA
Restaurant TassiliServes up mainly roast chicken and harissa.
There are relatively few hotels around town, however camping is common and you'll find several camping sites across the city. Also, out in the desert it's easy to bivouac under the sky, a true million-star hotel.
Gîte Saharienphone: +213 20 813240A desert logde on the outskirts of town, made up of several clay brick bungalows, hot showers and WCs are available. The restaurant serves great food.
phone: +213 29 344272address: Avenu Emir AbdelkaderLarge hotel with 148 rooms, all have air-condition. On-site restaurant and conference room is available.