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Gibraltar and Bolonia Day Trip from Cádiz
"Gibraltar is a British overseas territory under United Kingdom administration but claimed by the Kingdom of Spain. Gibraltar macaque (also known as ""Barbary ape"") was probably introduced by the Arabs from North Africa and is the only wild primate that they usually are agglomerated in the area of the protected area of the Rock. A superstition holds that if the monkeys leave the Rock so will the British so they are maintained by the local government.Bolonia beach is considered one of the five most beautiful beaches in Spain its main attraction is its dune. With over 30 metres high and 200 metres wide the Bolonia's dune and stands out within the huge system of dunes to which it belongs. Located in the Bolonia Inlet
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Gibraltar and Bolonia Day Trip from Cádiz
"Gibraltar is a British overseas territory under United Kingdom administration but claimed by the Kingdom of Spain. Gibraltar macaque (also known as ""Barbary ape"") was probably introduced by the Arabs from North Africa and is the only wild primate that they usually are agglomerated in the area of the protected area of the Rock. A superstition holds that if the monkeys leave the Rock so will the British so they are maintained by the local government.Bolonia beach is considered one of the five most beautiful beaches in Spain its main attraction is its dune. With over 30 metres high and 200 metres wide the Bolonia's dune and stands out within the huge system of dunes to which it belongs. Located in the Bolonia Inlet
From EUR138.00
 
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

More Transportation in Tangier

Train Station at Tangier Med Ferry Terminal

Tanger Med Train Station (Gare de Tanger Med) located over 1 km from Tangier Med Ferry Terminal according to this page http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/178877454#map=14/35.8782/-5.5076Access to...
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Jesperp
Feb 28, 2016

Tanger Med train station.

Welcome to Tangier..........After a relatively tout and hustler-free experience in Morocco last year, this year it was back to business as usual when all the street Neanderthal lowlife re-emerged in...
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Bennytheball
Jan 16, 2015

Ferries from Spain

the fastest way to Tangier by ferry from Spain are the fast ferries with the FRS company that go back and forth from Tangier to Tarifa....they are fast hydrofoils that take only about 40 minutes and...
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angiebabe
Feb 16, 2014

Driving to Tangier = Tanger

Most visitors get to Tanger for 1 or 2-day visit either by passenger ferry or faster hydrofoil from Spain (Algeciras) or Gibraltar. Some buy a ferry/bus tour: Ceuta (ferry from Algeciras) - Tetouan -...
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matcrazy1
Apr 04, 2011

transportation from Tanger Med Port

I saw many people asking about how to get from Tanger Med Port (the new port of Tangier) to the city. It's simple there are 2 ways: Either you can get the free bus (CTM) to take you to Tangier (at no...
mcassimi
Dec 20, 2010

Ferry Tangier to Algeciras

Our return to Spain was by ferry with our destination port being Algeciras. Our ferry was similar to the one which brought us to Tangier, however the route was different and the trip took 90 minutes,...
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Mikebb
Feb 01, 2010
 
 
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Busses Waiting At Tangier Port

After completing Customs and Passport requirement at Tangier's we walked onto the car park to be greeted by a fleet of tour buses and some local transport.It is a busy place and if you are on tour...
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Mikebb
Feb 01, 2010

Ferry From Tarifa to Tangier

We took the ferry from Tarifa, Spain to Tangier, a distance of 14 miles which took 50 minutes. trip on a huge modern ferry to . The ferry was large and modern, having cafes, duty free store etc etc....
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Mikebb
Feb 01, 2010

FRS Fast Ferries

You can reach Tangier by a fast ferry from Tarife in Spain which is only around 14kms across the Straights of Gibraltar. If you want to take the ferry over to Spain for the day or even from Spain to...
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keeweechic
Mar 31, 2009

By Car

If you are driving to Tangier you will have either arrived from Tarifa in Spain where you will go through normal customs/immigration procedures or from another city within Morocco. If you are...
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keeweechic
Mar 31, 2009

By Train

If you are travelling from Marrakech, there is an overnight train you can catch. There is also a daily service to Fez. The couchette option is usually the cheaper way to go. Not that trains are...
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keeweechic
Mar 31, 2009

By Air

If you arrive by plane, you will find the airport (Boukhalef – TNG) around 13kms from the city. No buses operate from the airport so you will need to take a taxi which will take around 20 minutes....
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keeweechic
Mar 29, 2009

By Bus

If you arrive by ferry then you can take one of the CTM buses which are stationed at the CTM bus station at the port gate. If you are arriving from elsewhere in Morocco then CTM and other buses will...
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keeweechic
Mar 29, 2009

By Taxi

Petit taxi which is small as the name suggests, and blue. This type of taxi will only take you within the city limits. If you want to go further then you will need a grand taxi which is often and old...
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keeweechic
Mar 28, 2009

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

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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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matcrazy1

"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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