Tangier is an alluring city in northwestern Morocco, where the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean sea meet. It has for centuries been Europe’s gateway to Africa. Its unique geographical place at the Strait of Gibraltar created multicultural influences and heritage for this inspiring city.
You can let yourself be carried away as you wander the streets of Tangier, admiring the white, lime-coated houses. Walk around the walls of the “Kasbah”, in the alleys of the amazing “Socco”, and visit the fortress that dominates the medina. Don’t forget to explore the “Sultan’s Palace”, which is nowadays dedicated to the arts of Morocco, also the Spanish-influenced “Plaza de Torros”, and the “Cervantes” theatre, which was built in 1913.