Tunisia is only a couple hours ride from Constantine, need nothing more 2 to 3 hours to be crossing the borders, so if a north African trip is your desire then you made the right choice by passing by.
A road trip from Constantine to tamanrassat is th dream of every constantinian, and possibly Algerian, its exactly like Americans making a trip from the east to west coast, stopping buy batna, biskra, el oued, ourgla ghardaia and eventually tamanrassat is a trip you will never forget, adding one of the coastal cities around Constantine and you would have visited the whole world, the sea the sahara the mountains, the ruins, the nature we guarantee after such a trip you need not to go anywhere else, or you can simply.
350 km from Constantine, it takes about 4 hours on the highway, buses and taxis are of abundance, there is one every 20 to 30 mns, even more during seasons, but perhaps the best way to get to Algiers is by air, it takes no more than 40 mns, there are 6 flights per day, more on weekends and seasons and the beauty of it, is that a round trip costs less than 40 dollars.
Around a 100 km away from Constantine and will be your road if Tunisia is your next destination, guelma isn’t really the big city but it definitely has something to offer, for instance and if you are following the story of ancient Algeria and still have an appetite for ruins, then you will want to stop at there.
At about an hor from Constantine setif is one of the biggest cities around, definitely a place to visit, has one of the best best sights for roman ruins in Algeria, it also is the place for you if you wanna buy anything, and we literally mean anything, traditional to modern el eulma daily market offers it all, its even called dubai market referring to the abundance goods.
About 200 km from Constantine, biskra is known to be the portal of the desert, on your way there you will see a road between two of the highest mountains of the atlas after which you will be welcomed by the palms, the dates and desert kind of scenery.
At about 90 km from Constantine, and also one of the cities who used to be one with Cirta, batna is definitely the place to visit is interested in nature, insane mountains and great scenery, batna is also the place for you if you are interested in history ancient architecture and ruins, hosting the biggest roman ruins sight in Algeria awich is still well preserved, batna can make a really good day trip from Constantine.
Skikda is only 70 km away from the heart of Constantine, by far the closest beaches destination, skikda is one of the of the biggest detinations during summer, being a coastal city that lacks big ports and all, it invested a bit in tourism how ever little it still is, the green giant mountains right by the golden beaches and the majestic corniche the city has, skikda makes an excellent trip as far as beaches, camping, hiking, fishing go, if you are around Constantine you should consider paying this city a visit.
About 200 km from Constantine, a bit far comparing to other coastal cities yeah, nevertheless the biggest destination for constantinians during summer, the services are amazing and the nature is captivating, mountains forests rivers and beaches, the layout of the old and new city are definitely to discover, the corniche portrays infinite beauty.
At about a 110 km from Constantine, situated between skikda to the east and bejaia to the west.
At around 154km form Constantine, it can be an excellent day trip, the road is magical and nature is splendid all the get to another magical neighboring province which used to make one giant province with Constantine along with many other cities, nature beaches history definitely a trip to make.