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Place de la Kasbah, Tangier 90000 Morocco
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Chefchaouen Blue City Private Customized Tour
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Chefchaouen Blue City Private Customized Tour

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We are here to serve you in a completely customized, private tour. You will have an enjoyable, relaxing time, as we see to your every need. You will be as our family, as we keep you safe, ensure you're not taken advantage of, and make you feel at home.
USD 151.74 per adult
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Peter M wrote a review Mar. 2020
Morinville, Canada703 contributions251 helpful votes
Tangiers is right along the Mediterranean sea. it is a very big city but totally different when you get into the Kasbah. Depending on your spelling depends on where you're from. It is nice to see the really old buildings and knowing that they havent been modified to present day. Not all of them anyway. Surprised to see donkeys roaming around as well but that is the staple of some of the morroccan's. Different for an outsider to understand. Beautiful none the less. You need a couple of days to try to see everything, maybe more. I really enjoyed touring around the place.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sharon L wrote a review Mar. 2020
Palo Alto, California985 contributions278 helpful votes
Walking through the Casbah is walking through history. Yes, there are shops. Yes, there are persistent sellers who follow you. However, look beyond all of this and try to imagine days of yore, which you can easily do just by wandering around this ancient site. If you aren't interested in buying anything, the best thing to do is to not make eye contact and ignore them....not easy, but try. However, if you do purchase things, remember to BARGAIN! This is an adventure, after all.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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lvsdx wrote a review Feb. 2020
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We took the ferry from Spain to Tangier. Tangier is a very interesting place. The architecture, customs and language is so different from Spain. Lots of shops including places to buy local spices, carpets and oils. The street vendors are everywhere. It seems like bartering is the theme there if you are in a store or on the street. There's a large local market too. Lots of colorful blue and white buildings. Our local guide Mo was great.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Kevin N wrote a review Feb. 2020
Plymouth, United Kingdom56 contributions18 helpful votes
Fascinating place to visit. Hundreds of years old and an eye opening insight into life in this city down the years. The museum shuts at 6.00 pm, so don't be late!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Marc G wrote a review Feb. 2020
San Diego, California62 contributions19 helpful votes
While in Southern Spain, I couldn't resist the chance to take the Tarifa Ferry to Tangier (about 20 Euros). A short walk from the ferry will bring you up into the Medina and Casbah. Old world Arab market wares of silver, bronze, wood and ceramics... not to mention world-famous Moroccan rugs, are available in abundance (do your homework!). The dry spice markets are beautiful, with fresh and exotic smells... the vegatable and food markets have something for everyone too... try the fresh bread, strawberries and dates, mmmm. The venders are a little aggressive but like in any Arab market in the world, they are supreme actors and will play to your discomfort at saying "no thank you!" If you want something, just make eye-contact and the game is on! Haggling is a fun art and sport, so give it a try! Definitely worth your day... or head out for Rabat (the capital city) and spend the night!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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