tangier

Tangier

In the north of Morocco, on the coasts of Tangier where the Mediterranean and Atlantic waters converge, you’ll discover a unique city bearing a multicultural heritage.

This port city a stone’s throw from Spain has something that captivates visitors, making them return again and again. This cosmopolitan Moroccan city used to be a louche interzone where beatnik writers and artists ran wild.

Now Tangier has a fresh generation of creatives transforming its atmospheric backstreets with some hot new hangouts.

Tangier

In the north of Morocco, on the coasts of Tangier where the Mediterranean and Atlantic waters converge, you’ll discover a unique city bearing a multicultural heritage.

This port city a stone’s throw from Spain has something that captivates visitors, making them return again and again. This cosmopolitan Moroccan city used to be a louche interzone where beatnik writers and artists ran wild.

Now Tangier has a fresh generation of creatives transforming its atmospheric backstreets with some hot new hangouts.

Door of Africa

Tangier is a fascinating Moroccan city to visit. It has many of the things that travelers love–a sense of exotic mystery, interesting history, beautiful vistas, and unspoiled beaches. It’s easy enough to navigate if you’re used to Western cities, while being clearly different from those Western cities.

Stroll the streets of “the White” Tangier, they are lined with lime-coated houses.  At the foot of the high walls of the “Kasbah”, roam through the alleys of the great “Socco”, and admire the fortress that dominates the medina. A little far away, explore the “Sultan’s Palace” which is nowadays dedicated to the arts of Morocco. Tangier is also renowned for the Spanish influence on its culture,

Tangier glories in retro hotels and cafés, theatres and cinemas, as often as not backdrops in movies such as The Sheltering SkySpectre and Only Lovers Left Alive – is being reimagined for a wider audience.

Door of Africa

Tangier is a fascinating Moroccan city to visit. It has many of the things that travelers love–a sense of exotic mystery, interesting history, beautiful vistas, and unspoiled beaches. It’s easy enough to navigate if you’re used to Western cities, while being clearly different from those Western cities.

Stroll the streets of “the White” Tangier, they are lined with lime-coated houses.  At the foot of the high walls of the “Kasbah”, roam through the alleys of the great “Socco”, and admire the fortress that dominates the medina. A little far away, explore the “Sultan’s Palace” which is nowadays dedicated to the arts of Morocco. Tangier is also renowned for the Spanish influence on its culture,

Tangier glories in retro hotels and cafés, theatres and cinemas, as often as not backdrops in movies such as The Sheltering SkySpectre and Only Lovers Left Alive – is being reimagined for a wider audience.

Meet the Bride of the North

Tangier has a checkered past. It would become a cauldron of espionage and international intrigue, a haven for smugglers and exiles, and a home for such American writers as Paul Bowles and William S. Burroughs, who transformed the city into the most celebrated expatriate colony of its time.

The shades of blue entice visitors to this beautiful city. Tangier is a mixture of different influences, and a mosaic of colors where the wonders of the past and present meet.

Meet the Bride of the North

Tangier has a checkered past. It would become a cauldron of espionage and international intrigue, a haven for smugglers and exiles, and a home for such American writers as Paul Bowles and William S. Burroughs, who transformed the city into the most celebrated expatriate colony of its time.

The shades of blue entice visitors to this beautiful city. Tangier is a mixture of different influences, and a mosaic of colors where the wonders of the past and present meet.

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