Join this two day excursion through the city of Tangier in Morocco. Dive in to its magical ambience and discover its iconic surroundings. In these two days you get really to know the culture, history, colors and flavors of a country as special as Morocco.
Also the trip includes 4* accommodation and a local guide to accompany the group. As if Tangier is not overwhelming enough we will also get the opportunity to visit some of its most remarkable surrounding areas.
|18 + years||4 – 17 years||0 – 3 years|
|299 €||249 €||Free|
IMPORTANT: PASSPORT REQUIERED.
Start time: 7:00 in the morning.
Length: 2 days 1 night.
Meeting point and start time: You can choose between three pick up points in the center of Seville:
A) At 7:00 am in In our Tourism Office, Calle Rastro 12
B) At 7:10 am in front of Hotel Don Paco entrance door, Plaza Jerónimo de Córdoba 4
C) At 7:15 am in In our Tourism Office, Calle Trajano 6
For any question contact us before booking. You will be in touch with your guide and able to communicate directly in case any problems occur.
The package includes: Private transport to and from in Seville, travel insurance, arrival and return ferry tickets to Tangier from Tarifa, local Moroccan guide, tour of the city center and surrounding areas by private transport. A typical Moroccan lunch is also included, as well as four star hotel accommodations including dinner and breakfast.
The package does not include: Lunch on your second day in Morocco.
Recommendations: Comfortable items of clothing, such as sport shoes, and a small provision of water for personal use are strongly recommended. Depending on the weather conditions, other complementary items such as a hat, sun cream, or an umbrella may be helpful.
In Tangier most of the shops accept Euros, but some only take Moroccan Dirhams, we recommend you ask your specialized Moroccan guide for the best way to exchange. We also recommend to take Blue Taxis if you want to travel around the city on your own.
Booking time limit: 24 hours in advance.
If you need to cancel your booking, please, contact us.
You will begin in the early morning, departing by private car around 7 a.m. You will cross the province of Cadiz, passing through the lush landscapes of the Alcornocales Natural Park until you reach Tarifa, located at the gates of the Strait of Gibraltar about 15 kilometres from Africa itself.
In Tarifa you will board the ferry and cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the port of Tangier in less than an hour where a local Moroccan guide awaits to accompany you throughout the cosmopolitan city.
Begin by visiting the surroundings of Tangier, making a few stops at the Cave of Hercules, looking out across the coast of the Mediterranean and Atlantic and take some prime photos of Morocco’s icon, the Camel!
Continue through the streets of downtown Tangier, stroll through the Medina, visit the Grand Zoco and let yourself be surprised by its illustrious spells, tastes,and colors all while learning and experiencing the countries rich and unique culture.
Then enjoy the cuisine of Morocco and try the typical Couscous dishes and the popular Tajin spices.
After lunch continue through Tangier and visit the local shops and squares, wander into the many textile and rug shops, or the traditional pharmacies. The roofs of the city offer the best views, so be sure to take advantage.
After visiting the historic center of the city you will be transferred to your hotel where you will be able to enjoy its comforts, including dinner and breakfast.
The next morning will be yours to enjoy, where you are free to visit the corners of the city at your own leisure. At about 17:00 (5:00 p.m.) you will be picked up and returned to the ferry where you will make your way back to Tarifa. From there you will be returned to Seville at about 23:00 (11 p.m.) after a trip well spent in Morocco.
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