Tangier considered as Top Tourist Destination

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According to a fashion and lifestyle magazine, the City of Tangier is the top tourist destination for the month of November 2015.

Tangier considered as Top Tourist Destination

Tangier considered as Top Tourist Destination

The article in the website of the magazine states what makes Tangier special and it highlights the city’s greatest attractions, from the diverse nightlife to mountain sanctuaries.

Acknowledged for its picturesque beaches and perfect setting on the Mediterranean, the historic city of Tangier will provide the tourists from all over the world with exhilarating and one of a kind experience while discovering its different sites.

The Plage de Sidi Kacem was mentioned as the “plage du jour”. It is found few kilometers away from the more congested local beach where, visitors and tourists can lie down on the soft sand or grab refreshments from an array many local restaurants near the shore. The beaches in Tangier is said to be conducive for people who are seeking sports and more adventure because of its waves.

Another place worth mentioning is the Vieille Montange which offers tourists a paradise through its lush green gardens, guesthouses with unruffled privacy and incomparable views.

In daytime visitors can look for a selection of cafes and restaurants. These restaurants offer delicious and down to earth cuisine for a reasonable price. Shoppers will be delighted as they can satiate their craving for perfect dining with the perfect ambiance like the Bazar Tindouf, which offers beautiful carpets, lanterns, ceramics and more.

According to a report released last year, tourism is crucial to Morocco as it make its economy to steadily rise. Travel and tourism

accounts to 17.9 percent or around MAD 160.3 billion of Morocco’s GDP with a estimated increase of 3.5 percent for 2015.

Sixteen per cent of the country’s total employment accounts to travel and tourism. Almost 1,740,500 jobs were created with a projected increase of 2.3 percent for 2015. Among 184 countries, Morocco grabbed the 49th spot in relative significance of travel and tourism’s contribution to the total GDP.

Mohamed Dekkak

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