We had a private tour of Tangier that covered the whole city “ including the Médina” in one day which was a time save and we got to see almost everything. A beautiful city with very nice people. Would hopefully like to visit again.
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A must see before you die, Morocco. Amazing food, merchants shopping. It is a long tour but worth it. From Marbella it is a long drive, and 1 hr ferry ride. The takes you and different points of interest incl stops for that kodak moment....More
It's fairly easy to navigate around this old souk - not too big. Good variety of shops and prices are reasonable.
Very nice to walk around in the narrow alleys with merchants private homes. At one side there is a large and very good food market selling meat, fruits, vegetables, and seafoods. And, don't miss the tomb of Ibn Battuta the legendary traveller at the other...More
We arrived in Tangier yesterday as part of an extended motorhome tour of Europe. The confusion surrounding the paperwork and lengthy customs inspections and checks is a story for another time. Needless to say the customs officers were friendly and helpful and just seemed to...More
Had a fun time shopping there. It is a bit tricky navigating without a guide at first, but know that the guide will get an undisclosed commission, so you will pay more if you go with him.
...Which is part of the fun in my opinion. We were here just before a major festival so it was fun to see the young boys running trays of dough one way, and fresh bread the other. Along with goats and hay being stacked and...More
This is where one scene of the Bourne Identity movies was filmed, in a remote, busy market place where there is an exciting chase over the rooftops.........it is within here. We had a guide to take us through the narrow streets or else we'd have...More
My wife and I love to travel and so when we went to the Iberian Peninsula for an extended honeymoon we figured why not check a continent and country off the list. Even having had the ability to plan ahead we really didn’t enjoy ourselves....More