Tangier American Legation Institute for Moroccan Studies
This institute commemorates the historic, cultural and diplomatic relations between the United States and Morocco.
A spectacular cape facing the Strait of Gibraltar.
The Royal Palace
The Royal Palace is a must-see when visiting Morocco. Though it is closed to the public, you can admire its grandiose gates and the details of the gorgeous Moroccan tiles.
Caves of Hercules
This is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Morocco, it is believed that Hercules slept here before his eleventh labour.
This museum was originally the Sultan’s palace – now it is one of the only palaces to have ever been opened to the public in Morocco.
Church of Saint Andrew
The Church of Saint Andrew is an Anglican church in Tangier, built in 1894.
Jardins de la Mendoubia
Located near The Grand Socco, this garden is the perfect place to have a stroll in the morning.
Bab Al Fahs
Visit the famous gates in Tangier and learn more about the history of the city.
Plaza de Toros
Situated downtown, Plaza de Toros was a bull-fighting arena built by the Spanish in 1950 and still stands today.
The Tomb of Ibn Battouta
Visit the tomb of Ibn Batouta, a Moroccan intellectual who traveled the medieval world from 1325 to 1332.
Phare Cap Spartel
This is an Arabic-style lighthouse in the northwest of Tangier.
The Grand Socco
This is a big market where you can find fruit, vegetables, spices and many more local Moroccan products.
Museum of Contemporary Art
This museum, housed in the old building of the British Consulate right next to Church of St. Andrew, features contemporary artworks and traveling exhibitions.
Museum of Contemporary Art, 6 Rue Khalil Metrane, Tangier, Morocco, +212 6611 97331
The Charf Hill
Here you can find one of the best views of Tangier, of both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.
Le Talisman Casino
One of the main casinos in Tangier, located at the upmarket Mövenpîck Hôtel, with a brilliant view – ideal for evening cocktails.
Palais des Institutions Italiennes
This building was built in 1914, and is used to host festivals and events.
Medina Art Gallery
Get a taste of the arts and explore original artworks by local and international artists.
Grande Mosquée of Tangier
This mosque is located in the square of Grand Socco, and dates back to 1672.
This is an art museum that presents newspapers, photographs, posters and much more.
This park is located directly in front of the Mediterranean, a great way to spend a relaxed day with your loved ones.