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Tangier: Food Walking Tour

1. Tangier: Food Walking Tour

Meet your local guide and begin walking through the winding streets of the Old Medina of Tangier, the beating heart of Moroccan cosmopolitan culture. Listen to fascinating anecdotes regarding the history and traditions of food in the region. The food in Tangier is delicious, rich, and varied. Taste a fresh juice, dates, cheese, olives, fresh fruits, mint tea, and a complete main meal. Begin the tour in the morning at Sour Maagazine. Meander through the city for 3 to 3.5 hours and 2.5 to 3 miles, stopping at more than 6 spots for tastings along the way. Upon completion of the tour, savor a tasty full meal in a traditional local restaurant. The tour ends at Cafe El Hafa.

Tangier Highlights Private 6-Hour Tour

2. Tangier Highlights Private 6-Hour Tour

Explore the cosmopolitan city of Tangier on a private sightseeing tour and discover all its main attractions, from bustling markets to historic caves. You will first drive to Malabata Cape (East Tangier) for a great orientation view of the city. Look over at Europe on one side and Africa on the other. Drive through the new city to Spartel Cape (West Tangier), considered the most northwesterly point of Africa, and where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean. The next stop will be the Caves of Hercules, inhabited since the Neolithic period. According to legend, the caves were once the home of Hercules, who created the Straits of Gibraltar with a single blow of his hand. Discover the old face of the city, starting with the Kasbah, where artists and writers have gathered for centuries. Go to the Archaeological Museum, before walking through the colorful streets of the Medina to Mendoubia Gardens and Saint Andrews Church. Experience the electric atmosphere of the Berber market of Sidi Bouabid, where you will have some free time to shop before your drop-off.

From Casablanca: Private Day Trip to Chefchaouen with Medina

3. From Casablanca: Private Day Trip to Chefchaouen with Medina

Connect with your driver/guide, who will pick you up from your accommodation in Casablanca to drive to Chefchaouen, the pearl of the north and the blue city. Enjoy the breathtaking sceneries of the Rif mountains. Begin with visiting and instagraming the Medina and the Outa Hammam Square. Then, head to the Great Mosque and the Alcazaba or kasbah. Afterwards, sightsee the Laundries Of Chefchaouen. Now, enjoy a delicious lunch in any of your driver's recommended restaurants. Finally, drive back to Casablanca by the afternoon, arrival to your accommodation in casablanca at about 9.00PM Tour ends.

From Seville: Day Trip to Tangier, Morocco

4. From Seville: Day Trip to Tangier, Morocco

Depart from Seville and journey to the beautiful village of Tarifa to catch the fast ferry to Tangier.   Upon arrival, discover the cosmopolitan flavor of a city that combines the cultures of Africa and Europe. Take a panoramic city tour by bus and visit the Cap Spartel promontory at the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar. Visit the Caves of Hercules, where ancient Greek and later Roman mythology believed the demi-god slept before his eleventh labor.  Return to the city center to enjoy lunch in a traditional restaurant. Then, explore the narrow streets of the Medina and discover its most picturesque spots. Return to the port for the journey back to Seville in the late evening. IMPORTANT FOR YOUR TRIP TO TANGIER : Covid Vaccination Certificate with 2 or 3 valid doses (less than 9 months since last vaccination). If this is not the case, you must be PCR negative. PCR valid for 48 h. You must complete an official health form.Those over 12 years of age must have their vaccination certificate.

Chefchaouen: Guided Food Tour with over 6 Tasting Stops

5. Chefchaouen: Guided Food Tour with over 6 Tasting Stops

Your Moroccan food adventure begins with a meet and greet at Bab Al Ain, from here, walk through the picturesque streets of the Old Medina and feel immersed in the vibrant atmosphere of Chefchaouen. As you wander through the bustling laneways of the Medina, learn about how food is at the heart of Moroccan culture, history and traditions, and stop at over 6 delicious vendors to taste the flavors of the region. There’s plenty to taste along the way, including fresh juices, dates, olives, cheese, fruit, tea, and more. Midway through the tour, stop at a traditional local restaurant for lunch or dinner to taste an array of authentic delicacies and learn more about Moroccan food and culture.

Tangier: Chicken and Olives Tagine Cooking Experience

6. Tangier: Chicken and Olives Tagine Cooking Experience

Begin by learning authentic techniques in making Moroccan bread from scratch as a group. From there, take your bread to a public wood-burning oven to bake it. Following that, take part in a hands-on tutorial on how to prepare Moroccan mint tea, learning the traditions and customs related to Moroccan hospitality. You then move on to a custom-made cooking station where your dish is prepared. As your dish is cooking, visit a local spice shop and local market - Souk in Moroccan Arabic, throughout a guided tour. Finally, return to the center to finish decorating your delicious meal before dining together with your group around the table. Throughout the duration of your activity classic Andalucian Classical music is played, creating the perfect soundtrack for your experience.

From Casablanca: 3-Day Private Tour to Chefchaouen and Fez

7. From Casablanca: 3-Day Private Tour to Chefchaouen and Fez

On your first day, visit the Bab Boujloud, a blue, decorated gate leading to the magnificent old Medina, then see the mosque and University of al-Qarawiyyin, the oldest educational institution operating continuously in the world. Schools such as the madrasa Bouananiya were built by Sultan Abu Anan Fares, and the Attareen School established by Sultan Osman II Abu Said.  Explore the Nejjarine Museum of Arts and Crafts and see traditional tools used by artisans, carpets, barbarians, and musical instruments. Pass by the Chouara Tannery and see the city tannery. Visit the mellah of the Jewish Quarter and the Ibn Danan synagogue, the largest and oldest synagogues in North Africa.  On the second day, travel to Chefchaouen old city and medina. This beautiful blue city is one of the biggest tourist attractions. The next day, depart to Casablanca and discover the landscape along the way.

Chaouen: 4- Hour Moroccan Cooking Class

8. Chaouen: 4- Hour Moroccan Cooking Class

Dive into the local culture and discover the rich mix of Berber, Arabic, Andalusian, and Mediterranean influence in the national cuisine. A local chef will present you with various choices of meals to prepare including tagine, fish Bastille, harcha (bread made from semolina), and Arabic pastries.  The day begins with hotel pickup from Chefchaouen. Once at the local home, get to know all the specialty ingredients in Moroccan cooking and chat with the host about Moroccan culture and customs. You are welcome to ask as much as you like – your local host will be happy to help you discover the culinary traditions.  Learn about the proper presentation of gourmet plates and then sit down to enjoy your homemade meal. Finish off with a typical Moroccan tea and collect your Certificate of Completion for the class.

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What people are saying about Northern Morocco

A wonderful experience. Be prepared for a rather rough ride on the high speed ferry, however. Hold the railings. The guide in Tangiers was great. He did the tour in multiple languages and was quite funny in all of them I think. He seemed disappointed that he couldn't speak in Chinese and Japanese, there being no group members who spoke those languages, so he only did the tour in English, Spanish, and German. He was even upfront about the fact that he was being paid a commission by the weaving shop he took us to. By the way, the weaving shop was also fun. Usually, I sort of resent going to these places on tours to be sold a bill of goods, but the owner was so funny and his English so good that it was really enjoyable. All in all a great day trip.

The Atlantic coast makes a huge impression, especially with large waves, and we have found such. You must experience camel riding and see the Moroccan market. On intrusive street vendors reliably work "you don't want my money ... ... plastic money" and here we show a credit card.

Great way to see Tanger. Our transport to the ferry was wonderful!! Thank you Frederico!! Also Reshid was excellent touring us thru the city. Don’t try this on your own. Helped with shopping being very honest in each instance.

Sevilla's guide was very kind and gentle. pretty organized and fun considering it was a one-day trip.

Very good tour, well organised and well run. Hands was friendly and informative.