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Tipasa Archaeological Park

Tipasa, Algeria
+213 792 76 03 23
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A stunning lookout city

The site is large but we were lucky enough to come across a security guard who really knew the site... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2017
BaghdadSuzanne
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Brussels, Belgium
Where cultures met!

Founded by the Phoenicians, Tipasa was taken over by the Roman and Byzantine empires because of its... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2017
Walter_Oostelbos
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The Hague, The Netherlands
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“amazing roman” (4 reviews)
“roman ruins” (6 reviews)
“le dauphin” (2 reviews)
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Tipasa, Algeria
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+213 792 76 03 23
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

The site is large but we were lucky enough to come across a security guard who really knew the site well and explained a lot to us, even though the important locations are well signposted. Athens place itself is fascinating and the views from the...More

Thank BaghdadSuzanne
Reviewed 26 September 2017 via mobile

Founded by the Phoenicians, Tipasa was taken over by the Roman and Byzantine empires because of its strategic location. Must see! Added to Unesco World Heritage List in 1982. Many remains that witness the former greatness.

Thank Walter_Oostelbos
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

I visited the ruins some thirty years ago and it's amazing to see that they haven't changed. We went with a group of 15 people including children from 4 to 10 and teenagers. We all enjoyed the amazing Roman ruins in the heart of Tipasa...More

Thank salimsb
Reviewed 27 August 2017

It can be better providing some thoughtful people claim that. It needs some restoration campaigns. It worths it, because it is a very large site, where roman ruins are exhibited outdoor. There are alleys and spots everywhrere and the seashore is just in the nearby....More

Thank Aek R
Reviewed 8 August 2017

It was really nice and interesting to see all the remains of buildings, temples, forums. Wonderful view of all pillars from a basilica? towards the sea. I went there and admired it, and actually thought it would be fun to have a picnic there (assuming...More

Thank Khamlia
Reviewed 9 May 2017

It was a good visit to an historical place but found it badly managed. Good sea view from the site. Nothing is fenced so anyone can come and damage.

Thank Anil1968
Reviewed 25 April 2017

When we visited here we wasn't sure what to expect and was on a tour and didn't know about it until the day but i have to say it was my favourite place we visited. there is so much to see and to walk around,...More

Thank KellyVJ
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

Amazing Roman site right by sea. Recommend visit in Spring when flowers out and colours of sea and flora gorgeous. But don't recommend visiting on Saturday when busy. Got there just after 9.00 when huge and noisy school groups arrived. Kids well behaved but urged...More

Thank Biscuit12
Reviewed 8 April 2017

Just wonderful. Great position, with ruins arriving right at the seaside, well preserved despite the fact that nothing is fenced! People can walk on huge a mosaic floor, sit on ruins, kids play football in the theatre...incredible. If you leave the most crowded areas and...More

Thank Mimose67
Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

Seeing the ruins was surreal. It's crazy that we can just touch them and stand on them. The locals picnic in the ruins. My favorite part to this park was the view of the sea. After make sure to go shopping to get authentic pottery,...More

Thank Simone S
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Response from Aek R | Reviewed this property |
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