Aproveite a proximidade da Espanha a Marrocos em uma viagem de um dia inteiro a Tânger, uma cidade que combina sem esforço o clássico com o contemporâneo. Partindo de Sevilha, você atravessará o Mar Mediterrâneo e passará o dia explorando a Cidade Branca de Tânger, lar de uma infinidade de casas caiadas de branco e praias ensolaradas. Os principais pontos turísticos, incluindo a agitada Medina, Tânger Casbah e o farol de Cap Spartel. Para o almoço, delicie-se com a cozinha tradicional marroquina e aprenda sobre a história cosmopolita da cidade com seu guia.
Viagem de dia inteiro a Tânger saindo de Sevilha
Visite dois continentes em um dia neste tour abrangente
Tick off top atrações de Tânger, incluindo a Medina
De manhã, você embarcará em um veículo com ar condicionado destinado ao porto da balsa em sua acomodação em Sevilha. Na chegada ao porto de Málaga, você embarcará em uma balsa e se maravilhará com as vistas panorâmicas do Estreito de Gibraltar e da Baía de Tânger. Após cerca de uma hora na água, você chegará a Tânger e mergulhará no ambiente cosmopolita da metrópole: beba vistas de casas caiadas de branco, praias banhadas pelo sol e estruturas islâmicas durante uma visita guiada. Marque pontos turísticos de Tânger, como a movimentada Medina, lar de barracas que vendem especiarias aromáticas e tecidos exóticos, e capture fotografias do majestoso farol de Cap Spartel. Veja também o grandioso Socco, uma praça monumental no centro de Tânger, e delicie-se com um tradicional almoço de cozinha marroquina. Em seguida, comece sua viagem de volta a Sevilha e conclua sua excursão no final da tarde em sua acomodação.
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, ago 2017
The afternoon tour was good, but eventually turned into a visit of shops owned by friends of the guide...
A good day, all in all.
We've been using Viator for a number of years now, and this was absolutely the worst experience we've ever had. If I could give it no stars I would. We were dropped off at ferry terminal in Tarifa, and that was the start of the bad experience. I understand the need for security, but this was a disorganized nightmare that carried onto the ferry itself. We had to be 'processed' for entry into Morocco. The lineup on board was huge as there were only two people to process a couple of hundred passengers. There was no help from the ferry staff. We met up with our guide in Tangier and were hustled onto a mini bus for our 'exciting tour'. We were taken on a drive through an area of walled compounds and then miles of forested hills. The first stop was a lighthouse where we were met by some aggressive vendors peddling cheap souvenirs. Then it was off to Hercules Cave where we were met met by a couple of more aggressive vendors. These ones followed us everywher, shoving merchandise in our faces. Then we were taken on a walk through the cave by a couple of different guides. It was sort of interesting, but it also looked fake. Then we were hustled for money by these guys. Onto the next stop....the famous camel ride. This took place in a dusty parking lot full of garbage and camel poop. Again, more aggresive vendors. A few of our group took their 5 minute ride and it was back on the bus for the trip back for our lunch. It was just a bus ride. Really no points of interest. The restaurant was quite interesting. The decor was definitely 'moroccan' themed, but seemed old and dirty. The meal was nothing special at all. We had to pay for our drinks and when the hostess was gathering up the money, this was a convenient time to lose any understanding of English. We set out for a walking tour of the kasbah and the medina. It seemed intersting at first, but nothing really interesting. As we entered into the medina's narrow laneways, it started to get a little nerve wracking. The aggressive street vendors seemed to materialize out of thin air. We were taken into a large carpet store where we sat for half an hour in the heat, while they tried to sell the group carpets!! Really???? Carpets!!! Then we were taken into another business where they tried to sell us 'natural' cosmetic type products. Then it was over. We were walked back through the medina to catch our ferry, literally surrounded by extremely aggressive vendors. Everyone in our group was completely rattled by the experience, and visibly angry. We almost missed our sailing. The only positive was the quick processing through immigration. The bus driver met us as planned in Tarifa and we told him our experiences. He was visibly shaken by what he heard. A pleasant drive back to Seville, but a ver quiet one.
My family has used viator for many years and this tour was the biggest failure ever. We purchased our tour 5 people several months ahead of time and corresponded via email on more than one occasion. We planned our european vacation around a trip to seville with pick up from our hotel for the morocco full day trip. They emailed us the night before for a copy of our passports and then the driver left us the next morning, one hour earlier than contracted and did not come to our hotel. my daughter was devastated. Please do not contract with these people again.
Thank goodness that we received our 900 something dollars back from american express. The spanish contractor has never tried to make good on this. Being a business owner, I always try to give the benefit of the doubt for circumstance beyond ones control but this is a travesty.
Goodbye viator, I hope everyone reads this.