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Address: Tangier, Morocco
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+212 614-905706
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01:00 - 11:00
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Sun - Sat 01:00 - 11:00
Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
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We ended our tour in Tangiers after first visiting Tetuaon. It was a 2 city tour and Tangiers is more of a modern city with lots of new hotels. The old sook (casbah) was a lot... read more

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Winnipeg, Canada
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Egypt
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If you plan a trip to Morocco, definitely your plan should include tangier, it's very safe, have an amazing location on the Mediterranean sea

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Winnipeg, Canada
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

We ended our tour in Tangiers after first visiting Tetuaon. It was a 2 city tour and Tangiers is more of a modern city with lots of new hotels. The old sook (casbah) was a lot of fun but definately you need a guide as it is very easy to get lost. Lots of bartering makes it all the more... More 

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Helsinki, Finland
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW via mobile

Did a few hour visit to old town of Tangier during visit on cruise ship. There isn't so much to see - mainly narrow alleys with some shops and few restaurants. There are also plenty of local young men guiding you around (not official guides) and they will get upset if you don't want to follow them. At the end... More 

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Medellin, Colombia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The medina is the old walled city located on the edge of Tangier. It is just a 10min walk from the ferry. The streets are narrow and wind this way and that. We stayed at a B&B in the medina and our hostess showed us around and introduced us to some locals. Many of the houses that the local people... More 

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Thornton, Colorado
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Luckily we got to experience the Kasbah and the Medina with a private tour guide. The maze of narrow streets was incredible and the architecture unrivaled. The market itself was teeming with activity and while there were lots of touristy items to purchase, there were also a number of sellers of quality handicrafts.

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Thank Ellen L
Normal, IL
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is quite similar to souks throughout the Middle East - a labyrinth of alley ways with countless merchants and stores selling produce, spices, leather goods, jewelry, souvenirs, etc. Not particularly unique or nice, but it is something you really must visit if you have come this far.

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Thank RobBN
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Medina is an amazing experience of Allahudeen and Sinbad and the lifestyle of medieval Islam. The aroma and hustle and bustle of people shopping and tourist enjoying the subtleties of a culture that creates a great holiday and experience of many years gone by. With winding and steep steps and non ending pathways create an enigma of mystical proportions... More 

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lancs
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I enjoyed wandering around here but I was surprised at how many friends I had most had lived in UK ??? Some time and all seemed to know about Marks & Spencer which was luvelly jubelly that said it was fine wandering about and not frightening in the least

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We took two visits to the Medina in our five nights in Tangier. The first time we took absolutely no money or valuables with us - an over reaction! Many reviewers tell of constantly being hounded by people selling their wares, however, both times a polite no was more than enough to dissuade anyone wanting to give you a bargain... More 

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Tangier, Morocco
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Medina of Tangier is a great place,, it has a rich history and amazing atmosphere,, i totally recommend everybody who visit Tangier to visit Medina and enjoy every corner of it. it's one of my favorite places in Tangier

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