Getting lost is the best way to discover Tangier's most charming nooks and crannies.
A labyrinth of streets
Visiting Tangier is all about wandering through its streets and discovering the heart of the medina. Step into the Small Souk, just a few yards from the April 9, 1947 Square, and lose yourself in its narrow streets filled with cafes, hotels and, of course, tourists. Soon enough you will come upon this interesting square at the confluence of several streets, right in the heart of the medina, an excellent place to sit at one of the sidewalk cafés (Tingis, Fuentes or Central) or restaurants with a typical mint tea and just watch the locals go by. Until recently, it was not hard to find many artists and writers sitting on this mythical square, doing the same while looking for inspiration.
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