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- 98%Local Culture
- 98%Art & Design Lovers
- 98%History Buffs
- 98%Nightlife Lovers
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- TangierOct 23, 2013
Compared with the imperial cities farther south, Tangier doesn't seem so traditional or steeped in history--but that's part of what makes it interesting. Its 20th-century history is what's intriguing, and there are bits of it everywhere--weird old bars that harbored spies and that sort of thing. A lot of people complain about the hustle of Tangier, but I didn't find it so terrible--people usually take no for an answer, and I wandered around pretty aimlessly and alone without much trouble. I liked Tangier for its border-town mix of people and languages and styles. You feel like you're on the edge here...
- TangierNov 05, 2012
Tangier is fascinating rich in colours + textures,,it really has an exotic feel about it and you barter for everything at the markets, but beware pickpockets,there is a lot of poverty in this area and the food hygiene is not what British or American people will be used to, so stock up on gastro products beforehand and don't go wandering around alone,this is not the safest of places particularly for young western females,it's also wise to remember its a muslim community so remember to cover your ankles neck,breasts etc,men should also not walk around topless
- TangierFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
An amazing city full of life! I loved it! Tangier is full of history, fun, and loads of mint tea. If you really want to have fun stay in the Medina so you can experience all of the fun right outside your door. Be sure to take a camel ride, go to Hercules' Footprint, and barter for everything!