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The Medina of Tétouan is very interesting to explore - but use a guide! You will never have orientation in this small walkways between the tiny houses. Everything is built in and on top of each other. Beautiful experience. Must see, UNESCO world heritage
Nothing much to do in Tétouan. The Médina looks more modern than other Moroccan cities. The thing I found here that I did not find elsewhere is the bookstores. Bookstores selling books about Arabic and Islamic history are everywhere.
Medina of Tetouan is a UNESCO heritage site since 1997 for it's integrity and authenticity. Its one of the smallest Moroccan medinas, its one the of the most complete and mostly untouched by outside influences, after it was rebuild by Andalusian refugees expelled from Spain...More
We chose to spend two nights here instead of two nights in Chefchaouen. I was amazed at how lovely the new city was and its incredible historical Medina. Our Riad was a beautiful palace type property rich with a fusion of Andalusian and Moorish architecture....More
The historical background of this Medina is fascinating. Indeed, it is impressive that it dates back to 1492 and is certainly worthy of a UNESCO designation.
However, we elected to visit the Medina of Tetouan as an excursion from our cruise ship that landed in...More
This old world Spanish community is set in the picturesque Rif mountain hillside boasts 500+ year old Medina time capsule. Visitors strolling down the alleyways can imagine how the early settlers once lived. Take a stroll or short cab ride to the top of the...More