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All reviews narrow streets hustle and bustle old city walk around other cities an interesting place leather goods shop owners from spain petit socco fish market local guide street vendors felt very safe mint tea maze tourists
Tangier's medina is not overly large or complicated to negotiate .....it is the dirtiest I have seen......regular morning clean up, common in the rest of Moroccan cities doesn't seem to happen here...... unusual number of fellows followed me around shouting "wrong way !"....some interesting art...More
We went twice, once with a guide which was good for history and important as the maps we were able to find are very poorly done. The second time we went on our own. For the most part, this Medina is poorly mapped and sign...More
The Médina is a must for any traveler of Tangier. If you are not familiar with the maze of the Médina, hire a guide. Youssef is a guide that was recommended to us by a five star hotel. He showed us the Médina and also...More
I only stayed at Christophe's house for 1 of the 3 nights I was meant to be there. I had issues with the neighborhood and it's locals following me back to the air bnb, waiting for me to leave, harassing me etc.. . So much...More
We had a walking tour at night and it was magnificent with the lights on. We also had a walking tour in the morning and it was a different look. We also toured the grand souk and the petite souk in the morning, simply fascinating....More
lots of steep alleys to climb , if o ne is overweight , has high blood pressure be careful. name of roads difficult to find..just like any other oriental market (iistanbul, india,thailand , sri lanka etc)
We travelled with children ranging from 10 to 15. Regarding safety, I felt completely safe as it relates to crime. However, the number of people can be unsettling with small children I suppose. Make sure you are holding... More
We travelled with children ranging from 10 to 15. Regarding safety, I felt completely safe as it relates to crime. However, the number of people can be unsettling with small children I suppose. Make sure you are holding hands at all times. Easy to get lost or separated and it would be very difficult to communicate and find each other. A stroller may also be difficult as the streets are cobbled in many places.