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Amazing!

Breath taking! We loved our trip back in time to the Roman city of Timgad which is so vast and well... read more

Reviewed 30 December 2017
Brid H
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Ireland
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Well worth the visit

We spent a good couple of hours walking through these ruins, from the amphitheatre at the back all... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2017
BaghdadSuzanne
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Brussels, Belgium
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This ancient city still demonstrates Roman grid town planning.
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Reviewed 30 December 2017 via mobile

Breath taking! We loved our trip back in time to the Roman city of Timgad which is so vast and well preserved.

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Reviewed 14 October 2017

We spent a good couple of hours walking through these ruins, from the amphitheatre at the back all the way down to the public baths. Although bare, these ruins can still evoke a time gone by. And if you have a chance, go to see...More

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Reviewed 12 October 2017 via mobile

I could not have been more impressed. The ruins seem to go on for miles. The pictures don't do it justice but we still took them every time we stopped. It would've been a great place to bring the kids too.

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Reviewed 16 September 2017

It's not Pompei, a city suddenly "frozen" (sorry for the bad joke) in history, but it's very well preserved since nothing had ever been built on the site after its inhabitants left. Many stones are missing, probably used to build the Byzantine fortress nearby or...More

2  Thank Patrick34238
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Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

Words can hardly describe thrill of seeing these ruins for the first time. The Arch of Trajan dominates the site. The ruins are well preserved and perfectly safe for foreign visitors. During the civil war the area was very dangerous but now is very peaceful....More

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Reviewed 22 March 2017

I cannot believe we had never heard of this place before going to Algeria. Absolutely a jewel!! There are no tourists (as for the rest of Algeria) which is unbelievable. Absolutely breathtaking!! Vast and well preserved, In comparison, Pompeii is tiny!

1  Thank monica_bcn
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Timgad is a long drive from anywhere, but well worth the trip. Timgad is a complete city. From the dolphin toilets to the wheel ruts under the Triumph Arch this site is unique. I have been to Roman Ruins in every modern country where Rome...More

5  Thank rob2269
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Reviewed 28 January 2016

Timgad is huge, and has some amazing set-piece ruins. It is the best and largest ruins I have visited. The city includes a theatre, colonnaded streets, communal toilets, excellent triumphal arch and a tall temple ruin. Unlike other Roman ruin sites in Algeria, there will...More

4  Thank YorkHiker
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Reviewed 29 July 2015

Visited this site during the weekend while traveling for business. Amazing place, very quiet and obviously on the border of the Roman empire to the south. Not well know and not a big international tourist attraction but worth visiting.

1  Thank worldtraveller046
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Reviewed 19 March 2015 via mobile

Timgad and Djemila are both remarkable places and any visit to Algeria is not complete without a visit to both of them. The Timgad site is extensive and the arch and theatre have both been well reconstructed to show how they appeared in Roman times....More

6  Thank KGB777
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mahdimustachio
29 January 2018|
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Response from Patrick34238 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The closest airport is in Batna (20 km from Timgad). Air Algerie flies there from Algiers and from several cities in France. Constantine (a 2 1/2 hr drive from Timgad) should offer more flights. Batna has a few hotels... More
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nycexpatagain
31 January 2016|
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Dear Samir, I recommend you stay speechless since you clearly do not understand what I have said and asked. And, what you said is unlikely to be helpful to anyone, anywhere. I liked Muscat a lot, however.
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