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The Highlights of Tangier

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Tangier, Morocco

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    1 day

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Transfer to the port, airport or hotel and end of the service.

  • Starting Location

    Start the tour from the port, airport or pick up at the hotel.

  • Price Includes

    Transportation; Guide; Entrance fees to monuments

  • Notes

    Not included in price: Lunch & drinks, Camel ride

Highlights

  • Mendoubia gardens
  • Spartel cape
  • Hercules caves
  • Casbah
  • Petit Zocco

Guide

Trip Info

Start the tour from the port, airport or pick up at the hotel. Drive first to Malabata cape (east Tangier) to enjoy a general view of the city and where you will see Europe on one side and Africa on the other, then continue trough the new city with its large Boulevards, then the residential area of Tangier with its luxurious villas and palaces till we’ll arrive to Spartel cape (west Tangier) considered as the extreme northwest point of Africa where will see the mixture of the atlantic with the mediterranean. Continue on to visit the caves of Hercules and after drive through the country side and a rural part of the town and go to discover the old face of the city, starting with the kasbah (old fortification) very popular for the artists (painters and novelists), visit the archeological museum (closed on tuesdays) and then walk through the colourful streets of the medina (old and walled city) Mendoubia gardens, Saint-Andrews church, berber market of sidi Bouabid, the fruits and vegetables market and at the end Free Time in the market for shopping. Transfer to the port, airport or hotel and end of the service.

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