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A port town with a literary twist, Tangier has been inspiring travel pilgrimages for decades. Deeply creative, this town was a mecca for painters in the 19th century. In the 50s and 60s, its cafes were stalked by Beat Writers - including William Burroughs, Jack Kerouac and Jane Bowles - and even the Rolling Stones spent short stints here, drinking in the creative juices (and Moroccan mint tea, no doubt). But Tangier is also a well-versed in the more physical pleasures. Tagines here are laced with fresh fish, the newly built boutique hotels plush, and the Moorish medina a sight to behold.

 

Post its literary heydey, Tangier was largely left to its own devices and gained a slightly seedy reputation. That’s long gone now though. When King Mohammed VI took the throne in the late ‘90s, he set about revitalising the town. It’s now home to Morocco’s biggest port development, and Africa’s first high-speed train line, which zooms between here and Casablanca. This is one historic town it would be a mistake to miss out on.


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