If you have time on your hands, discover charming spots around Tangier such as this.
A daytrip to the interior
A two-hour drive inland from Tangier, this little town is famous for its blue medina and its winding streets (which are like that due to the two hills it's built upon). There are various choices of cafés at which to sit with a mint tea (and possibly a plate of the delicious local goat cheese) and watch the world go by. Attractions include several museums and the local mosque. And of course there's shopping, with a number of fascinating handicrafts available at various shops, along with a particular local speciality, the typical Moroccan garment known as the djellaba, which actually originated here.
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