Riad Tanja

Address: Rue du Portugal, escaliers américains, Tangier, 30000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rue du Portugal, escaliers américains, Tangier, is near Gates of Fes, Kairaouine Mosque (Mosque of al-Qarawiyyin), Attarin Medersa, and Royal Palace of Fez (Dar el Makhzen).
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    Travel Blogs from Tangier

    To Tangier.

    A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 27, 2015

    15 photos

    ... probably not real targeted marketing. Thinking my bartering system had improved markedly I thought our original taxi driver and I had come to an arrangement to drive us to the station via the 'Tour Hassan' or 'Tower of Hassan' which when commenced was meant to be the highest minerette tower in the world. He got us to both places really well but when it came to payment he gave me more change than I expected. Yes more! Apparently ...

    A day in Africa!

    A travel blog entry by morrisonfam on Jun 25, 2015

    19 photos

    Today we ventured our way over to Tangier, Morrocco AFRICA! We took a ferry from Spain in the morning and met our tour guide when we got there. One of our first stops on the tour bus was to ride camels. The kids had fun riding the camels. Jaxon, after riding his camel, said "When I turn 16, I want a camel instead of a car!" I think he enjoyed it! Afterwards, Rhett befriended a little Moroccan boy and the kids got to pet the baby donkeys ...

    المغرب –

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 01, 2015

    10 photos

    ... tip. We only availed ourselves of this service once, and it was after a night of compete debauchery.

    If it hasn’t been mentioned before, Morocco is dominantly Muslim. Not exclusively though – there is a strong contingency of Jews and Christians, not to mention that the religion of Islam has as many variants, many, many variants. More about that in Marrakech. The point here is that Muslims don’t drink alcohol (but boy do they ...

    Spies and smugglers

    A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 30, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... Blanca' than Casablanca. I was taking an organised city tour today; language and safety reasons. It was a real pain as there was some sort of protest at the port entrance and we couldn't leave. After an hour of sitting on the bus waiting to exit, I decided to get off, try for a refund (am expecting it too!) and take off on my own. I Couldn't understand what the protest was about but if tourism is so important to them, suggest they get it sorted. Am becoming keener ...

    Ancient City of Fex

    A travel blog entry by kooz on May 20, 2014

    Good morning its 6am local time. Long day of driving ahead from the ancient city Fex (like the red hat) to Tangirs across the Strait of Gibraltar (will visit Gibraltar on day trip tomorrow). 2 nights on the Costa del Sol the spanish sunshine coast. A chance to dip my toes into the Mediteranian. The Medina (oldest part of Fex from 800AD) was incredible. A maze of narrow twisting alleyways with constant "danger" of coliding with a fully laden donkey or 2 or 3. Coll mornings warm to hot ...