Check out the Fusion of Old World and Modernism in Tangier, Morocco

Tangier has always been a popular choice of many travelers from neighboring countries of Gibraltar and Spain who are opting for day tours of the city, including passengers of cruise liners regularly docking here.  

Nonetheless, Daily Mail UK Travel writer Glenys Roberts realized that his favorite Moroccan city has now elegantly transformed from the old world era to a lovely modern city that still cleverly retains its history and architecture (“Bohemian Rhapsody: Falling (Again) for Tangier, Morocco’s Exuberant Swirl of a City”).
Here’s a quick snippet of his travel article:
I have been visiting it since the Sixties and seen it change from a scruffy town to a modern city with French restaurants, beach bars and a summer influx of some of Europe's richest people… I first visited the white city, as it is known because of its dazzling buildings and fabulous light, on a day trip from Gibraltar on the shuttle plane run in those days by Gibair. When the plane was grounded by sea mist, the company put us up in the Minzah… I was smitten and have never stayed anywhere else since. With its entrance in the middle of the town and view over the bay, it is surely one of the best-placed hotels in the world… It is hard to think of a better positioned town either. On a headland where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean and overlooking Cape Trafalgar, where Nelson lost his life, it is a must for history buffs.

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by Blogger002 on 09/14/2012 in Escorted or Guided Tour