20 Unmissable Attractions in Tangier Caves of Hercules, Tnagier | © Diego Delso/WikiCommons
Between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean is one of the most important cities of the Kingdom of Morocco,
. Tangier is a city full of life, due to its extended history that started back in the 5th century BC. It’s full of museums, caves, ancient
, mosques and much more. Here are 20 spots you must see in Tangier.
Tangier American Legation Institute for Moroccan Studies Museum, Building American Legation Tangier | © Adam Jones/WikiCommons
This institute commemorates the historic, cultural and diplomatic relations between the United States and Morocco.
The Royal Palace Building Royal Palace Morocco | © Max Pixel/ Free Great Picture
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
Caves of Hercules Memorial Caves of Hercules | © Diego Delso (CC-BY-SA) /WikiCommons
This is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Morocco, it is believed that Hercules slept here before his eleventh labour.
Kasbah Museum Museum Kasbah Museum | © g-squared/Flickr
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 Church Church of Saint Andrew | © Cosmo45/WikiCommons
The Church of Saint Andrew is an Anglican church in Tangier, built in 1894.
Jardins de la Mendoubia Park Blooming flower garden | Vera Kratochvil/Public Domain Pictures
Located near The Grand Socco, this garden is the perfect place to have a stroll in the morning.
Bab Al Fahs Building Bad Al Fahs | © Svilen Enev/WikiCommons
Visit the famous gates in Tangier and learn more about the history of the city.
Plaza de Toros Building, Memorial Plaza de Toros | © Heart of Morocco/Facebook
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 Building Ibn Battuta Tomb | Ruben/WikiCommons
Visit the tomb of Ibn Batouta, a Moroccan intellectual who traveled the medieval world from 1325 to 1332.
The Charf Hill Hill Station Panoramic view from Tangier | © BilalKh?WikiCommons
Here you can find one of the best views of Tangier, of both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.
Palais des Institutions Italiennes Building, Museum Palais des Institutions Italiennes | © Palais des Institutions Italiennes/Facebook
This building was built in 1914, and is used to host festivals and events.
Medina Art Gallery Art Gallery Medina Art Gallery | © Medina Art Gallery/Facebook
Get a taste of the arts and explore
by local and international artists.
Grande Mosquée of Tangier Mosque Grand Mosque of Tangier | © Chris Yunker/WikiCommons
This mosque is located in the square of Grand Socco, and dates back to 1672.
Fondation Lorin Museum Tangier Street | © logopop/WikiCommons Parc Perdicaris
This park is located directly in front of the Mediterranean, a great way to spend a relaxed day with your loved ones.
Parc Perdicaris, Tangier, Morocco