Dive into the traditions
There is, of course, the Islamic culture. The labyrinth streets that follows the trace of the old Medina and the Petit Socco (its main square), the Kasbah Museum and the Grand Mosque of Tangier in the Grand Socco. Don’t forget the Cave of Hercules on Cape Spartel, outside the city: it’s an important element of Greek mythology.
Socialize at Grand Cafe de Paris
And then there’s western Tangier. Place de France is the center of the “new city,” as are the bustling Terrasse des Paresseux (Terrace of the Lazy) and Rue de la Liberté. Romanticized by artists such as Delacroix, Tennessee Williams and William S. Burroughs, Tangiers will make you want to stay and enjoy.