Customs in Algeria

Customs in Algeria Last updated on Monday 19th April 2010

Visitors can bring up to 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 400 grams of tobacco with them as well as one bottle of spirits and two bottles of wine.

All valuable personal items including electrical goods, jewellery, cameras, video cameras, etc. should be recorded on the Currency Declaration Form on entry as there have been instances where visitors who have neglected to do so have had their personal effects confiscated upon departure.

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