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Tangier Travel Guide  

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Tangier is in northern Morocco, and lies on the Strait of Gibraltar. The city is home to approximately 669,685 inhabitants.
Tangier enjoys moderate and subtropical climate, with an average temperature of 20 degrees Celsius. Late spring and early summer are the best times to visit.
An ancient Phoenician trading post, Tangier today is an important industrial centre as well as a significant tourist destination.
The local population is mainly of Arab-Berber origin.

Demonym:
tangerini o tingitani
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Reviews Tangier

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : The Medina (the old city) is a maze of narrow winding streets. At the Kasbah, you’ll find the Sultan's Palace; now a local museum; it displays Moroccan arts and crafts. The Grand Socco or the market square is also in... more the Medina. This lively market is the best place to mingle with the locals and go souvenir hunting.   When in the Ville Nouvelle or the new town, visit the Place de France, a beautiful, small French square dotted with street cafes and eateries. Visit the Mendoubia Gardens; the 800 year old banyan tree here attracts quite a crowd. Or make a trip to the archaeological site of the Caves of Hercules and the old Roman ruins at Cotta. Tangier is known for its long sandy beaches. You can enjoy windsurfing and camel riding facilities here. During summer, the beach is dotted with cafes and beach bars, making for a relaxing atmosphere.   If you are interested in local cuisine, head to the Medina. For a more modern platter, step into the Ville Nouvelle.
Stuart Brown
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Solo
Overall rating 7
Overall Guide : Better for young people, lots of bars and night clubs, some historic sight to see also. Will be very nice when the new marina is finished.
Not to be missed see the night life , Hercules Cave , Tangier Casbah
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