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Mohamed Boudiaf Airport
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September
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Cheapest Constantine Flights

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Turkish Airlines
1 stop - 7h 25m
09 May 2024, Thursday 10:55
Turkish Airlines
1 stop - 6h 40m
01 May 2024, Wednesday 11:55
Turkish Airlines
1 stop - 20h 50m
30 April 2024, Tuesday 21:30
Air Algerie
1 stop - 19h 25m
13 March 2024, Wednesday 01:40
Saudi Airlines
1 stop - 8h 40m
15 April 2024, Monday 09:55

Popular Cheap Flights From Constantine

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Air Algerie
2 stop - 17h 35m
29 March 2024, Friday 21:00
Air Algerie
direct-flight - 50m
13 March 2024, Wednesday 22:00

Information for Constantine Flights

There are 22 flights operating between Istanbul and Constantine. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Milan and London to Constantine.

Are you looking for cheap fares for Constantine flights? In the coming 3 months: Adana Constantine 21,784 TL, Ankara Constantine 19,401 TL and Kayseri Constantine 21,784 TL

Better to book your flight to Constantine 77 days before departure to get the best fares on average.

June and August months are the highest season for Algeria, Constantine. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: September and May.

Constantine, the third largest city in northeastern Algeria after the capital city of Algiers and Oran, is located on a plateau at an altitude of 640 meters, 80 km from the sea. Surrounded by a deep valley, the city is an important tourism city with its beautiful view of the valley over which there are many bridges.

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B.C. Founded in 203 by Greek colonists and Numidians, Constantine passed into the hands of the Roman Empire, AD. It was destroyed in the civil war between Emperor Maxentius and former African governor Domitius Alexander in 311. MS. It was reconstructed in 313 and took the name of Emperor Constantine the Great, and was captured by the Vandals in 432. Constantine, which became a part of the African province of the Byzantine Empire between 534 and 697, took the name Kusantine when it fell into the hands of the Arabs in the 7th century. In the 12th century, the city, which became a rich center for trade with Pisa, Genoa and Venice, continued to be included in the territory of the Ottoman Empire from 1529, when it was administered by the eastern lord of Algeria. Salah Bey, one of these gentlemen, engaged in important zoning movements between 1770 and 1792 and had the city's today's important architectural works built. In 1826, the last lord of the city, Ahmet Bey ibn Muhammad Sharif, led a fierce resistance movement against the French occupation forces, making Constantine the city that resisted the French for the longest time in Algeria. However, in 1848 it became administratively part of the French colony of Algeria.

Places to visit

Known as the city of bridges, Constantine has two historical bridges connecting the city, built on the ridges of two valleys, and a unique view. There are natural roads around this very deep valley.

Kasbah, the historical district of the city with its narrow cobbled streets, stone houses and bridges, is the most touristic place of the city. Established in 1852, the National Museum of Cirta is an important museum where archaeological finds are exhibited. Emir Abdelkadir Mosque, a huge structure with a capacity of 15,000 people, is the largest mosque in the city, built in 1994. The tomb remains of Masinissa, who was the chief of the Massili tribe, which existed as a nomadic community in and around Algeria, which was called Nudmiya in ancient times, is called the Masinissa Mausoleum. With Masinissa's death, Rome seized the tribe's lands. The Ahmed Bey Palace, which was completed between 1826 and 1835, is seen as the most beautiful example of Ottoman architecture in the city. The palace, which is worth seeing with its marble columns, carved cedar doors, tiles and olive trees in its garden, is unfortunately closed to visitors. Sidi M'Cit Bridge, Çağlayan Bridge, Sidi Rached Bridge, El Kantara Bridge and Rhumel Bridge are the most important bridges of Constantine. Sidi M'Cit Bridge, which is the second highest suspension bridge in the world with a height of 175 meters, was built in 1912. A magnificent view of Constantine on the bridge, which is one of the most important addresses of the city today, fascinates the visitors. It is possible to see the remains of the city gate, baths, commercial houses and chapels in Tiddis, an ancient Roman city located within the city limits of Constantine.

Constantine, a historical city dating from the Roman period, became the capital of the Eastern Principality in the Ottoman Empire from the 16th century, and became very advanced in the fields of culture, education and urbanism, with the Roman period monuments repaired and restored under the administration of Salih Bey, and the madrasahs he opened. The name of Salih Bey is kept alive, the last of the 7 bridges of the city, the Salih Bey Bridge, which is 756 meters long and 130 meters high. Constantine, the birthplace of Enrico Macias and the most important settlement close to the Tunisian border, is a city that every visitor admires with its view on two large rocky hills resembling an eagle's nest. It is also known as the city of Algeria, where Jews lived the most in the past. It is a fascinating city with its unknown beauties and historical riches that deserves to be visited.

Eating and drinking

In Algerian cuisine, which shows the characteristics of the Mediterranean cuisine, the diversity in the ethnic structure of the country is also reflected in the dishes. Its basis consists of lamb, wheat, couscous served with meat or vegetables, and şakşuka made with pepper, onion and garlic. Meşui, a lamb dish that is fried whole in the oven, khobz, a type of bread, macrot with dates, the most famous Algerian dessert, couscous, shurba, which means soup, tajine, a vegetable dish, cutlet, merguez, chicken with olives, and begnets, a type of pastry, are the most popular dishes. among the meals consumed.

How to Get to Constantin

Turkish Airlines has direct flights between Istanbul and Constantine. It is possible to reach the city from Mohamed Boudiaf Airport by taxi.

FAQs about Constantine Flights

  • Which airlines are flying to Constantine?
    The airlines flying most frequently to Constantine are: Air Algerie, Turkish Airlines, Egyptair, Lufthansa and Air France. The most popular route is Istanbul to Constantine. Air Algerie and Turkish Airlines are the most popular airlines for this route.
  • How much is the cheapest flight to Constantine?
    In the next 3 months, the cheapest one way flight to Constantine is Adana to Constantine at 9 May 2024 and the price of the flight is 21,784 TL. The cheapest roundtrip flight is from Istanbul to Constantine and it costs 13,743 TL.
  • How close the Constantine airports to the City Center?
    Constantine Mohamed Boudiaf Airport is 8 km from the city center.
  • How TURNA finds these low flight prices?
    TURNA has agreements with many airlines and get special fares and discounts. TURNA is the inventor of Smart Flight ® which connects the non-connected airlines. Smart Flight ® has a unique scientific algorithm and can find 70% cheaper routes which you cannot find on any other site.

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Constantine Flight Ticket Prices

Here are Constantine flights price chart for the affordable Constantine flight tickets. You get deals and discounts to get the cheapest Constantine flight prices.
Popular Flights Ticket Price
Adana - Constantine 21,784.25
Algiers - Constantine 2,403.73
Ankara - Constantine 19,400.69
Ashgabat - Constantine 23,075.18
Kayseri - Constantine 21,784.25
Istanbul - Constantine 6,746.82
Jeddah - Constantine 61,504.03
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