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Discover Tetouan, the white dove of Morocco. Tetouan is a Berber name which literally interpreted means “the eyes” and figuratively “the water springs”. The town features a fort, squares, mosques, fountains, taverns, and one of the Kings palaces.

An orientation drive through the city of Tangier starts your tour en route to Tetouan where you’ll stop to see the old Royal Palace, a reflection of Hispano-Moresque architecture. The palace is closed to the public, but its main ornate gate will give you a good idea of what is beyond. Hassan II Square, in the heart of the town, is suggestive of Andalusia with its kiosks, fountains and flower boxes, and is highlighted by buildings with wrought iron balconies and shop windows filled with imported goods.

Follow your guide through the Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The authenticity of the Medina is illustrated by its original urban layout practically intact and its initial design with surrounding wall, gates, and fortified constructions. This traditional walled souk features many typical architectural traits related to its history and also a multitude of different artisans carrying out their trades. During your walk, you’ll visit the School of Traditional Arts and Crafts; the first of its kind in Morocco. It has produced some of Morocco’s best painters and keeps alive these traditional art forms in the modern world. The city stands out for the beauty of these traditional arts including embroidery, cuisine, mosaics, and carved and painted wooden objects. Children from disadvantaged backgrounds learn skills that give them a new opportunity for a chance of success for their future. Your entrance fees go directly to maintaining this wonderful initiative.

Enjoy refreshments at a local restaurant, located in the heart of Tetouan and you’ll also stop for those last minute purchases.

Descubre Tetuán, la paloma blanca de Marruecos. Tetuán es un nombre bereber que literalmente se interpreta como «los ojos» y figurativamente «el agua brota». La ciudad cuenta con un fuerte, plazas, mezquitas, fuentes, tabernas y uno de los palacios de los Reyes.

Un recorrido de orientación por la ciudad de Tánger inicia su recorrido de camino a Tetuán, donde se detendrá para ver el antiguo Palacio Real, un reflejo de la arquitectura hispano-morisca. El palacio está cerrado al público, pero su puerta ornamentada principal le dará una buena idea de lo que está más allá. La Plaza Hassan II, en el corazón de la ciudad, es sugerente de Andalucía con sus quioscos, fuentes y jardineras, y se destaca por edificios con balcones de hierro forjado y escaparates llenos de productos importados.

Siga su guía a través de la Medina, Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la UNESCO. La autenticidad de la Medina se ilustra por su diseño urbano original prácticamente intacto y su diseño inicial con muro circundante, puertas y construcciones fortificadas. Este tradicional zoco amurallado presenta muchos rasgos arquitectónicos típicos relacionados con su historia y también una multitud de diferentes artesanos que realizan sus oficios. Durante su paseo, visitará la Escuela de Artes y Oficios Tradicionales; el primero de su tipo en Marruecos. Ha producido algunos de los mejores pintores de Marruecos y mantiene vivas estas formas de arte tradicionales en el mundo moderno. La ciudad se destaca por la belleza de estas artes tradicionales, como el bordado, la cocina, los mosaicos y los objetos de madera tallados y pintados. Los niños de entornos desfavorecidos aprenden habilidades que les brindan una nueva oportunidad de tener una oportunidad de éxito para su futuro. Sus tarifas de entrada van directamente al mantenimiento de esta maravillosa iniciativa.

Disfrute de refrescos en un restaurante local, ubicado en el corazón de Tetuán, y también se detendrá para las compras de último minuto.

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Discover Tetouan, the white dove of Morocco. Tetouan is a Berber name which literally interpreted means “the eyes” and figuratively “the water springs”. The town features a fort, squares, mosques, fountains, taverns, and one of the Kings palaces.

An orientation drive through the city of Tangier starts your tour en route to Tetouan where you’ll stop to see the old Royal Palace, a reflection of Hispano-Moresque architecture. The palace is closed to the public, but its main ornate gate will give you a good idea of what is beyond. Hassan II Square, in the heart of the town, is suggestive of Andalusia with its kiosks, fountains and flower boxes, and is highlighted by buildings with wrought iron balconies and shop windows filled with imported goods.

Follow your guide through the Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The authenticity of the Medina is illustrated by its original urban layout practically intact and its initial design with surrounding wall, gates, and fortified constructions. This traditional walled souk features many typical architectural traits related to its history and also a multitude of different artisans carrying out their trades. During your walk, you’ll visit the School of Traditional Arts and Crafts; the first of its kind in Morocco. It has produced some of Morocco’s best painters and keeps alive these traditional art forms in the modern world. The city stands out for the beauty of these traditional arts including embroidery, cuisine, mosaics, and carved and painted wooden objects. Children from disadvantaged backgrounds learn skills that give them a new opportunity for a chance of success for their future. Your entrance fees go directly to maintaining this wonderful initiative.

Enjoy refreshments at a local restaurant, located in the heart of Tetouan and you’ll also stop for those last minute purchases.

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Discover Tetouan, the white dove of Morocco. Tetouan is a Berber name which literally interpreted means “the eyes” and figuratively “the water springs”. The town features a fort, squares, mosques, fountains, taverns, and one of the Kings palaces.

An orientation drive through the city of Tangier starts your tour en route to Tetouan where you’ll stop to see the old Royal Palace, a reflection of Hispano-Moresque architecture. The palace is closed to the public, but its main ornate gate will give you a good idea of what is beyond. Hassan II Square, in the heart of the town, is suggestive of Andalusia with its kiosks, fountains and flower boxes, and is highlighted by buildings with wrought iron balconies and shop windows filled with imported goods.

Follow your guide through the Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The authenticity of the Medina is illustrated by its original urban layout practically intact and its initial design with surrounding wall, gates, and fortified constructions. This traditional walled souk features many typical architectural traits related to its history and also a multitude of different artisans carrying out their trades. During your walk, you’ll visit the School of Traditional Arts and Crafts; the first of its kind in Morocco. It has produced some of Morocco’s best painters and keeps alive these traditional art forms in the modern world. The city stands out for the beauty of these traditional arts including embroidery, cuisine, mosaics, and carved and painted wooden objects. Children from disadvantaged backgrounds learn skills that give them a new opportunity for a chance of success for their future. Your entrance fees go directly to maintaining this wonderful initiative.

Enjoy refreshments at a local restaurant, located in the heart of Tetouan and you’ll also stop for those last minute purchases.

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