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Full Day Trip From Tangier to Chefchaouen
"High up in the Rif mountains Chefchaouen is a beautiful blue door and white walled Medina that was originally a Berber post.The Main square is the heart of Chefchaouen with the kasbah built back in the 18th century central mosque and cafes with authentic Moroccan style menus.The market is a mix of traditional Moroccan and tourists souvenirs very busy but worth a visit for the bargains.The town is easy to explore. The kasbah was built by Moulay Ismail and is now practically a ruin and next to it is the great Mosque.Although the Medina is small walk on to the main square and the souks that sell an array of goods.If you head on the Jewish quarter behind the jewellery souk you will feel the difference between it and the main Arabic feel of the town."""
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Full Day Trip From Tangier to Chefchaouen
"High up in the Rif mountains Chefchaouen is a beautiful blue door and white walled Medina that was originally a Berber post.The Main square is the heart of Chefchaouen with the kasbah built back in the 18th century central mosque and cafes with authentic Moroccan style menus.The market is a mix of traditional Moroccan and tourists souvenirs very busy but worth a visit for the bargains.The town is easy to explore. The kasbah was built by Moulay Ismail and is now practically a ruin and next to it is the great Mosque.Although the Medina is small walk on to the main square and the souks that sell an array of goods.If you head on the Jewish quarter behind the jewellery souk you will feel the difference between it and the main Arabic feel of the town."""
From EUR82.00
 
Full-Day Trip to Chefchaouen from Tangier
"Set high up in the Rif mountains Chefchaouen is a magnificent blue and white walled Medina that was previously a Berber post. Established in 1471 by Moulay Ali Ben Moussa Ben Rached El Alamiand is now practically a ruin and next to it is the great Mosque. Chefchaouen was a Moorish fortr the city expanded and welcomed Jews and Christian converts alike. The Main square is considered the heart of Chefchaouen with the kasbah constructed back in the 18th century central mosque and cafes with original Moroccan style menus. The market is full of a mix of traditional Moroccan and tourists souvenirs. The Medina is small and the town is easy to explore so you can take a walk on to the main square and the souks that s"""The city of Chefchaouen is a not-to-be-missed element of any tour of northern Morocco. Explore the ‘blue pearl’ of the Rif Mountains on a full-day tour from Tanger to Chefchaouen and discover the exotic lanes of this astonishing city. Take a walk through the compact medina
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Restaurant Ahlen

The Restaurant Ahlen is a small reasonable but good restaurant with the usual Maroccan dishes, I had a nice Brochette (chicken kebab). It is located in the Medina in Rue Mokhtar Ahardane / Rue des...
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Rif Kebdani

Inside the medina, along the confines of the walls towards the port, you can find a charming Morrocan restaurant with staff who really care if you're enjoying it or not. The two days in Tanger we went...
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L' Marsa

L Marsa is good restaurant with international and local food .Very nice place for people watching and enjoy your mealGood pizzas and pastas by the seafront, with a big outdoor seating area. It’s large...
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traveloturc
Oct 11, 2015

Cap Spartel Restaurant

At the lookout spot at Cap Spartel is a seafood restaurant – the only restaurant I saw. They serve seafood, salads both in light lunches and main meals. At the front of the restaurant are souvenir...
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keeweechic
Mar 31, 2009

Casa Espana

Hi,I have a friend who has spent many a New Years Eve in Tangier, he tells me that most NYE events in hotels or clubs will have an inflated cover charge. He suggests "Casa Espana" they hold a typical...
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windcity
Dec 13, 2008

Raihani's

Raihani's serves traditional Moroccan food as well as French cuisine. The food is first class; try their fish, harira and pastilla. They have a small garden out back where you can sit, eat and enjoy...
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venteeocho
Aug 07, 2008
 
 
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The Marhaba Palace

A beautiful restaurant, lovely decorated, partly in an Andaluz style, with a friendly atmosphere. They are serving, of course their speciality and traditional dishes. We got fine entrees here and the...
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barbskie
Jul 12, 2008

La Pagode

Yes, I know that it sounds weird to go to Tangier/Morocco and visit a chinese restaurant. However, for those who don't like moroccan food or have tried it and still don't like it, here I bring this...
Redang
Apr 09, 2008

Hotel Continental

The restaurant of the hotel was as the rest of the hotel a place to let you mind travel through time, we were trying to guess which of the chairs we were in, was the one where Churchill sat years ago...
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Carmela71
Apr 27, 2007

Morroccan Tea

The restauarnt in the campsite was actually really nice believe it or not, it was overlooking the pool and the monkeys would run about and entertain you but not annoy you. Morroccan tea is popular...
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kranstonakov
Dec 20, 2006

Cap Spartel

This is quite large restaurant with an outside terrace with a view over the lighthouse put among palm trees. The restaurant was empty when we got there. The waiter was very nice but couldn't speak...
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matcrazy1
Oct 23, 2006

Cafe

A day before the visit to Tangier we stayed at Ceuta. Urszula, my wife, read in our travel book and told me where not to stop in Tangier. Reffering to the book the worst reputation had the Petit Socco...
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matcrazy1
Oct 23, 2006

Restaurant Hammadi

Our walking tour through the Grand Socco eventually led us to the Restaurant Hammadi where we had lunch (kebabs,couscous,dessert,tea). We were simultaneously entertained by a Moroccan Quartet of...
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hquittner
Oct 11, 2006

Mamounia Palace

The place is beautiful, although very touristic. Well located, just North of Petit Socco. The food is nothing special, but eatable. The quality / price ratio is kind of low, but I guess one can think...
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stego
Sep 10, 2006

Top Hotels in Tangier

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85, Rue de la Liberte, Tangier, 90 000, Morocco
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36 Rue Dar El Baroud, Tangier, Morocco
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Route de Malabata, Baie de Tanger, Tangier, 90000, Morocco
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Route Nationale 1, KM 12, Zone Franche - Gueznaya, Tangier, 90000, Morocco
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Bd Mohammed V, Tangier, Morocco
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43 Av des Far, Tangier, 90000, Morocco
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Top Things to Do in Tangier

Things to Do

Medina

The place is interesting and you can see something new indeed. However there are some things I am not ok with. As soon as you approach Medina you immidiately become the center of attention. The locals...
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Beach

One of the dirties beaches I have ever seen indeed. I went there in May 2016 and some construction work was taking place. Therefore there was a lot of trash on the sand and did not look attractive to...
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Kasbah - Fort

This was my first-ever visit to the Tangier Kasbah, the ancient fortifications are impressive but modernised buildings have sprung up inside the fortress and vehicles demand access through the narrow...
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Grand Socco

The Grand Socco (a French-Spanish hybrid for the Big Square) is the best point of departure for an exploration of the medina and souks. Thanks largely to personal interest from King Mohammed VI, this...
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Dar el-Makhzen Museum

Opened from Sunday to Saturday except Tuesday (9-13 / 15-18) This ancient palace of the sultan was established under the kingdom of Moulay ismail and it knew different expansions through the next...
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Camels

After our walk through the Kasbah, and the carpet and spice demonstrations, we got back on the bus and driven to a spot out of the city to where the camels were. For a fee ( one Euro ) you could get...
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"Better surroundings than the city itself"
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Carmela71

"Memories of Tangier"
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dlytle

"Tangier, a street corner where Europe meets Africa"
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LoriPori

"OUR TANGIER "EXPERIENCE""
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Geoff_Wright

"Our Day Trip to Tangier"
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