La Legation Americaine

  • Museum
Offered in 1821 by the Sultan Moulay Slimane, this building was a consulate for 135 years. Today it is a museum with pure Moroccan architecture, works of art and an English language library.

Musee Forbes

  • Museum
Within the Palace Mendoub, lies the Forbes museum, built by the American billionaire of the same name. With more than 115,000 lead soldiers, you can attend major historical battles, re-enactments featuring these bonhommes small and light and sound ef...

Museum d'Al Kasbah

  • Museum
The Kasbah museum is housed in what once used to be the Palace of Sultan and the treasury in the 18th century, because of its architecture, this monument is enlisted in the Moroccan stately homes. There is a large garden with private and public space...

Place de France

  • Square and district
At the end of Boulevard Pasteur in Tangier is Place de France, and an impressie view of the Tangier medina. The Place is located in the heart of downtown, a commercial area with little boutiques, banks, restaurants and cafes in Parisian-bistro style...

Museum of Moroccan Arts

  • Square and district
The Museum of Moroccan Art was created in 1990 and is located in one of the most prestigious English villas dating back to 1890. The museum displays works by both classic and contemporary Moroccan artists belonging to various artistic schools. And ...

Rue Siaghine

  • Square and district
Rue Siaghine is at the heart of the medina and one of the main arteries of the city. Previously it was known the as the Rue des Bijoutiers (jewellers) before being renamed as Catherine Street, a tribute to Catherine de Bragance who’d offered the cit...

Mendoubia Gardens

  • Square and district
Mendoubia Gardens is one of the several green spaces in the City of Tangier. Located near the Place du 9 Avril 1947, this garden is an ideal place for a breath of fresh air and a walk with family or friends.

Musée de la Fondation Lorin

  • Square and district
The Musée de la Fondation Lorin was inaugurated in one of the oldest synagogues in the city. Included in its diverse collection is a range of old photographs of Tangier as well as paintings by young artists at the school of arts. The museum is loca...

Grand Socco

  • Square and district
The Grand Socco is the biggest souk in the City of Tangier. This dynamic area makes up the commercial heart of the White City where vendors are dressed in traditional costumes, welcoming tourists from all four corners of the world. The hustle and b...

Museum of Contemporary Art

  • Square and district
The largest collection of works by contempory artists in Morocco is housed in the former British Consulate in Tangier. Located on the Rue D’Angleterre, and just a few minutes from the French Consulate, the Museum of Contemporary Art is open Monday t...

Place du 9 Avril 1947

  • Square and district
Place du 9 Avril 1947 is one of the most important areas of the city as it symbolizes the arrival of King Mohammed V and his address to the city, which at that time, was under international domination. It's one of the numerous greenspaces in Tangie...

Cervantes Theatre

  • Square and district
The Cervantes Theatre in Tangier was inaugurated in 1913. At the beginning of the 20th century, it was one of the best known theatres in North Africa. Antinio Gallege and his wife own the theatre having built it to bring a bit of Spanish culture to...

Delacroix Gallery

  • Square and district
The Delacroix Gallery was created in 1987 and is located across from the French Consulate. The French Institute of Tangier is the only organization in the city to have a large exhibit room outside the walls. Each year, the gallery hosts a dozen even...

Place de Faro

  • Square and district
Just a few minutes away, Place de Faro has a great view of the Strait of Gibraltor, which separates Europe and Africa. Take a photo on the canons located here, a part of this city's glorious history, as a souvenir of your trip to Tangier.

Sidi Bou Abid Mosque

  • Square and district
The Sidi Bou Abid Mosque was constructed in 1917 and is one of the most important mosques in Tangier. The magnificent polychrome faienced minaret is visible throughout the city. Access is restricted to non-Muslims.

Place des Nations

  • Square and district
Place des Nations in Tangier is a large area located just a few steps from the ocean and the British Consulate. It's one of the most important public places in the City of Tangier.

Place Oued El Makhazine

  • Square and district
Place Oued El Makhazine is a major roundabout in the city with a large fountain in the middle. It's located near the city's Spanish hospital. Park benches are located in the middle so passers-by can relax and chat with friends or family.

Al Andalous Mosque

  • Square and district
The Al Andalous Mosque in Tangier is a beautiful most built using Arab-Muslim architecture and decorated in traditional style with mosaics, sculpted plaster and several other small decorative details adding to its charm. The mosque is located in the...

Place d'Helvétie

  • Square and district
Place d'Helvétie is located close to the Tanger Ville train station and the municipal beach in Tangier. The Place is a large roundabout containing a green space.

Souriyine Mosque

  • Square and district
The Souriyine Mosque in Tangier is one of the most important mosques in the city. Also known as the Syrian Mosque, is it located close to the Place Jamia El Arbia and the city’s municipal train station. Access is reserved for Muslims.

Ceuta / Sebta

  • City and village
Ceuta is a Spanish exclave on the Moroccan coast, a remnant of the colonization, but since its independance in 1956, the Kingdom of Morocco claimed this land. It is an ancient relic of colonialism and the Moroccan media refer to Ceuta as “the occupi...

Al-Kantara Mosque

  • Square and district
The Al-Kantara Mosque in Tangier is located downtown, not far from Moulay Abderrahmane College. Access is reserved for Muslims.

Public Garden

  • Square and district
The Public Garden in Tangier is located near Place Moulay Abdelaziz and Badr Mosque. It's a perfect for a romantic walk or heading out with the family. The park benches and flowerbeds as well as the open green space and sounds of birds singin, prov...

Place Moulay Abdelaziz

  • Square and district
Place Moulay Abdelaziz in Tanger is a large shaded roundabout, a little green space in the heart of Tangier. It's not far from the Badr Mosque, one of the Muslim places of worship.

Ksar Sghir

  • City and village
The pretty village of Ksar Sghir is located a few kilometres from the Tanger Med port area. The village borders a small, gently sloped beach dominated by the ruins of an ancient Portuguese fortress. Close to the village is an archeological sity fro...

Place Jamia El Arbia

  • Square and district
Jamia El Arbia is not far from the train station in Tangier and the Souriyine Mosque. The large roundabout is lined with lush vegetation.

Cap Malabata

  • Natural site
Cape Malabata is a cape on the Moroccan coast at the Strait of Gibraltar. Located 6 kilometres north-east of Tangier, it closes the bay of Tangier. A lighthouse and medieval-looking castle built in the 20th century are located here as well. And v...

Place du Maroc

  • Square and district
Place du Maroc in Tangier is located close to Lycée public Mohammed Ben Abdelkarim Al Khattabi and Place du 20 Août.

Cap Spartel

  • Natural site
Cape Spartel is a headland on the Moroccan coast located at the entrance of the Strait of Gibraltar, 14 kilometres from Tangier. Under the headland, the Atlantic Ocea’s created large caves which locals once used for carving. Today, these spectacula...

Museum of Antiquities

  • Square and district
Also located in Dar El-Makhzen is the Museum of Antiquities in Tangier. The museum, which also houses the Museum of Moroccan Arts, is located near the Place de la Kasbah. Having acquired numerous objects from excavations from Roman colonies such as...