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Stories and Tips Tangier

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Ferry to Tangier

Written by skeptic on 02 Jan, 2009

Flight to Tangier is the name of an old movie starring Jack Palance. All good advice is to fly to Tangier rather than take the ferry from Spain, and that advice will not be contradicted here. It is good advice. However, we…Read More


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The Buses of Tangier

Written by skeptic on 02 Jan, 2009

Since our Tangier car rental was a no-show (yet another story), we fell back on plan B. All the good travel guides declared the usability of the Morocco bus service, so we decided to give it a try. It’s a story in itself.The…Read More


Leave Europe at the doorstep: Welcome to Tangier.

Written by daleyliz on 13 Jun, 2003

There is one thing a tour guide/travel agent will be sure to tell you when planning a trip to Morrocco. With a stern look, he/she will say, "Please be advised to travel in large groups of men and women. Going solo is not…Read More


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Tetouan—The Heart of Morocco

Written by skeptic on 04 Jan, 2009

Tetouan is the real Morocco. Don’t expect to find a crowd of European (or American) tourists here in the mountains outside Tangier. Do expect to find the color and bustle of an authentic Moroccan city.Tetouan is a short bus ride from Tangier.…Read More


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Asilah by the Sea

Written by skeptic on 03 Jan, 2009

We had only two days to explore outside Tangier, and our group leader picked Tetouan and the seaside town of Asilah. Great choice. Asilah is a delight for a short visit and to get the flavor of life in Morocco.Take a local bus…Read More


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What There Is About Tangier

Written by skeptic on 02 Jan, 2009

For a first time visitor wanting a taste of Africa, Tangier on the coast of Morocco is ideal. It’s African, it’s Arabic, it’s Muslim. And it’s cosmopolitan. Just a few miles from the European coast, it may be the most European city…Read More


An Adventure in Morocco

Written by zcat19892000 on 24 Jan, 2006

I had the most wonderful time here. To me, the most memorable moments were just walking through the streets of this lovely city, looking around at all the local faces, the buildings, the clothes they wore. Everything was just amazing! And I would recommend it…Read More


Local Restaurant

Written by zcat19892000 on 24 Jan, 2006

In the background there were men blowing on exotic instruments, giving the ambience a wonderfully authentic feel. The restaurant, I thought, was loud, but not in a bad way. It gave off the feeling of friendliness, a family sort of feeling. There was laughing and…Read More


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