If you visited old city - Medina - of Fes and Marrakesh you will be probably dissapointed. But if you are looking for some kind of smaller one, like in Meknes, not hectic and chaotic, this is the one! I really liked Tangier Medina, as it's quite small, uphill old city with lot of shops, small hotels, restaurants, souks and... 更多
Whizzed through here as part of a day trip. Glad we did as the sights, smells and sounds were interesting. It is an obligatory stop when in Tangier. The old city is filled with museums, mosques, shops, people, and things of interest. The culturally adventurous or shopping oriented could spend a day in here. It is so tight, crowded and... 更多
This Medina isn't as colourful and doesn't offer as many housewares as the one in Marrakech, but if the Tangier Medina is your only experience of one in Morocco, there are worse places you could end up. Enjoy getting lost in the tiny laneways and be prepared for helpful locals to point you back to the Medina should you find... 更多
In short, this is a NICE place, once you get past the smell and dirt laying around. This is old traditional Tangiers, and a nice place to spend a few long hours shopping around for anything you are looking for. Shops are all over the place as you go through the maze of narrow streets. For me, it was a... 更多
Our guide Mohammad led us through the fish market, the meat market, and the fruit and vegetable markets. There's so much to see and it felt like a place truly untouched by tourism
Allow yourself to get lost and just ask for the Petit Sook when you want to get out. Following a map will be almost useless, and not knowing where you're going will allow you to find some hidden gems.