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All reviews narrow streets hustle and bustle old city other cities an interesting place shop owners from spain petit socco fish market for sale local guide street vendors felt very safe mint tea american legation maze tourists
The place is all you thought it was going to be. On Sunday we saw all the local vendors bringing their fresh produce. It was cool to see that.
We also found very interesting to see the whole bread baking process. Women make the bread...More
We stayed within the Medina, just beside Hotel Continental. From what I gather, Tangier was neglected by the country's previous ruler but is now in the process of refurbishing. The approach from the port is impressive with the new mosque and the newly made fortress...More
Although I did not explore all parts of the souk, I found it disappointing. A lot of the goods for sale are not very good quality, and some of them are likely not from Morocco. One also sees some of the same things over and...More
rTangier Medina is big, but not too big and not over run with tourists. Get a real flavour of Moroccan life without too much hassle. You might get lost but will soon find your way out. We enjoyed ambling around with the locals and avoiding...More
We came to Tangier via a tour arranged from our base in Seville. The medina was as expected with some items put in front of you and if your eyes caught the item you were offered three. Say no and don’t be too happy to...More
The Medina in Tanger has been my first. We spent two days there and I cannot really put enough into words the mix of emotions and contradictions we have lived. Having our hotel near the Grand Socco, we spent at least 30-40 minutes to find...More
I took a one day trip from Malaga to Tangier because I wanted to taste again spirit of Morocco...but I was disappointed...comparing with the other cities in Morocco, this one at this moment has really nothing to offer for a tourist. They are trying, I...More
Narrow streets with plenty of shops selling everything from tourist trinkets to leateher boots, bags and jackets. Place doesn't feel as comfortable as the other souks and Medinas of Morocco but it is safe just be vigilant. Also if you're buying then haggle, go in...More
Response from Matthew P | Reviewed this property |
Probably worth spending a couple of days to enjoy the place and not feel that you're rushing things. That way you can enjoy the scenes and also take in a few of the chilled out places to stop for a snack or a drink.
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.