Personally, I wouldn't recommend this place. Is it worth it for the view? I'd rather walk to the top of the Medina, i.e. to the Kasbah neighbourhood where there is far less pollution, cars, people and noise. At least by the Kasbah, you can appreciate the architecture. The "Terrasse des Paresseux" is a place worth stopping by to see a... 更多
Wandering around old Tangiers rather than taking short hop taxis is highly recommended for exploring neighbourhood by neighbourhood. Taxis cannot descend or ascend by all the winding and sometimes narrow or closed side streets. The views from the heights give a sense of the larger city and its development and recent renovations.
I would not call it Terrasse des Paresseux but I will use the translation from arabic how Tanger'ian call it : The Wall of idle. Just amazing place to sit and relax on ground after a citywalk. u can directly see the other part of europe or just observe the faces of people in the mean boulevard.
Terrasse des Paresseux provides sweeping views of the port and on a clear day if you are lucky you might see Gibraltar and Spain too. A set of ancient cannons faces the bay...looking really stunning at sunset.
The Terrasse des Paresseux is one of the city's most famous locales, adjacent to the iconic coffee spot Gran Cafe de Paris, with antique cannons and a view over part of the old city and the port. Between the unwanted attention of street hawkers and the disappointing views, however, visitors are likely to be underwhelmed. Check it out if nearby,... 更多
Our guide left us up the street where hawkers were attacking tourists with hands full of gaudy ersatz jewelry, fossils, relics, cheap stuff, and we didn't want or need any of that so we strolled down to street to find this beautiful terrace, from which we could see our ship in port and the large cannons aimed out to sea.... 更多
La Terrasse des Paresseux is a good place to start a walking tour of the area around Boulevard Pasteur and the French colonial part of Tangier. The terrace offers a beautiful sea view. Across from the terrace is the famous Madani perfumer. There you can buy perfumed soaps for under two dollars, knock-offs of your favorite perfume and rare essences.... 更多
Tangier's "terrace of the lazy" is basically a wide pavement extension on Avenue Pasteur with a few antique cannon displayed... 更多
From the french, the Lazy's Terrace captures the main idea, jobless moroccan youth taking longing looks at Europe, Tarifa in... 更多