The Museum of Antiquities is located in the village of Chefchaouen, in Tangier, and is found in what used to be the kitchens of the Sultan’s palace, Dar El Makhzen. Surrounding the museum is a beautiful Andalusian garden where visitors can walk and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. There is also a replica of an ancient necropolis, which is a large and elaborate cemetery that was used by ...
Even if you do not speak the local language, a person should always try to enjoy at least one theatrical production in whatever foreign country he/she is visiting. Theatrical productions are a great way to gain insight into the culture and artistic society of a particular land. If you are planning to spend time in Tangier in Morocco, you simply have to head to the Gran Teatro de Cervantes.
- Art Galleries
Whether you are interested in purchasing a piece of fine Moroccan art or simply want a good look at some exquisite art works, the Lawrence-Arnott Art Gallery is for you. John Lawrence and Philip Arnott, the directors of the art gallery, have firmly established themselves as connoisseurs of exceptional Moroccan art. Since 1975 they have gained a fine reputation for promoting Moroccan art as ...
- Train Stations
ONCF, Morocco's national railway operator, opened Tanger Ville in 2003. Tanger Morora Station was the original end of the line, but since Tanger Ville Station has been created it has taken over this role and is now the closest station to the city center. There are numerous trains coming through Tanger Ville every day, so you won't have to wait long to catch yours.
Morocco radio broadcasts are quite diverse and you can be sure that you will be able to enjoy at least one radio station in a language that you understand. The majority of radio stations are based in either Casablanca or Tangier. If you have access to a short-wave radio you will also be able to […]
The city of Tetouan is strangely enchanting with its dramatic setting of the somber Rif Mountains and the cheerful and colorful Martil Valley. The discolored white walls give way to bursts of color here and there while green tile roofs frame the odd mixture of Spanish and Moorish architecture. The people here are friendly and very much engaged in the business of living. Traders guilds ...
So you’ve decided that your next vacation will be in Morocco. The next consideration is how to get there. Cheap flights to Morocco are offered by major airlines from airports around the world.Morocco’s three major international airports are Casablanca, Agadir and Tangier. You can also take a direct flight from certain cities in Europe to Morocco’s airports in Marrakech, Oujda and Fes. ...
With its souks, traditional Moroccan cuisine and many historical and cultural attractions, it's the perfect destination for your Moroccan holiday. Tangier, also known as the White City, revolves around its state-of-the-art import and export port and you are sure to see many millionaire yachts on this stretch of Moroccan coastline where the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean meet.