A cheap flight to Tlemcen from Manchester will take between seven hours and 45 minutes and just under eight and a half hours. The quickest flights on this route involve a single stopover in Paris. Longer flights are also available, with an additional stopover in a destination such as Lyon. The most common airline operators for this flight include Air France and British Airways. Manchester Airport lies just off the M56 motorway and is a smooth 20 minute drive or bus ride from Manchester City Centre. Buses and coaches also run regularly to this airport from cities throughout the UK. Your flight will arrive at Messali El Hadj Airport, the key airport serving international flights to Tlemcen. This airport is located just over 13 and a half miles from Tlemcen's city centre. The city can be reached via airport taxi, shuttle bus, or hire car.
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This mosque dates back to the 11th century and is one of the most impressive and significant mosques in all of North Africa. Come to see its fabulous stuccoes and majestic cupola, complete with a glittering chandelier.2 Mansourah
The site of a medieval palace, settlement and mosque during the late thirteenth century siege of Tlemncen, Mansourah is now a fascinating site of great historic interest. Set amid stunning surroundings, Mansourah is an excellent location for a leisurely early morning hike, when the sun is not too strong.3 The city museum
This museum houses a relatively small number of exhibits, and is a fantastic place to while away an afternoon. This is the main museum in the city, so well worth a visit for a slice of culture and history.4 Mechouar
Come to this ancient citadel to take a look at some intriguing ruins of medieval Algerian military settlements. The site also currently plays host to contemporary art shows, which form an interesting complement to the surrounding 12th century buildings.5 The tomb of Sidi Boumediene
This beautiful tomb is exquisite. It was lovingly restored by nearby craftspeople in the 1980s, and is an unforgettable place to spend a morning. Be sure to bring your camera.