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Medina of Tangier

Tangier, Morocco
+212 614-905706
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Tangier, Morocco
+212 614-905706
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Medina is a maze. A wonderful, kind of intimidating maze. As a solo female traveler I do recommend making a male friend to escort you around the Medina but overall it's such a wonderful place. Getting lost is half the fun, so relax and...More

Thank Alexa L
Reviewed 4 days ago

We toured the medina with Nabil, a guide with Aziz Benami tours. It was an interesting place to walk around and soak up the history. Don't feel pressured to buy anything in the bizarre though.

Thank KJ0z
Reviewed 6 days ago

We traveled with CostAfrica - one of four tours with that company. As we joined from afar most tours involved a number of pick ups which in our case were not too onerous as we enjoyed the scenery. In this case (Tangier) we were last...More

Thank decline421
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Full immersion in the culture. Beautiful hand made Moroccan souviners, local fruits and vegetables, spices, clothes, and smiling faces trying to get you to enter their stores. A definite place to visit.

Thank Suhad13
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Medina is full of narrow, winding streets and paths with countless shops and vendors. Lots to see, smell, hear, touch, and taste. Clothes, art, olives, meat, fruit, spices, pastries, shoes, jewellery, lamps, and so on. You might hear music or the call to prayer...More

Thank Cheryl A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went as part of a tour group and it was a bit rushed to be honest but the alleys and the people that I saw were what made this memorable for me. The colors of the different shops; there's fresh products every day -...More

Thank Damaris B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely medina, very laid back and accommodating- NOTHING like the madness of the medina in Marrakesh. It's smaller, and although VERY busy, people do not even bump into you! There is a fantastic, understood, unspoken ease to this medina that I didn't experience anywhere else...More

1  Thank RanaK69
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have not visited other Medina so I cannot compare. But I appreciated to discover this one. It is a kind of maze with stairs and small street where it is nice to wander. Can be visited in one day max.

1  Thank Franck V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very busy madina or we can call it a traditional market, or shopping district. Bought some Saudian outfit, argabt oil and cactus oil. You have to be really good at bargaining.to get the best price.

1  Thank DeonArdi
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The heart of Tangier is the Medina Market place. Immerse yourself in the local culture and their lives. We went during Ramadan so during the day we did not encounter too many sales hassling.

1  Thank emailtomato
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16 March 2016|
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Response from Timoteo99 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it is not a very long walk...I'd say maybe 10 minutes, at most. Up hill. And you pass an interesting old fort on the way...we didn't have time to see the fort, unfortunately! But I'd agree with the first response: take... More