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  • Where you will find the most important spots of both areas: Medina's gates, museums, places of interest, taxis ...
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The tetuanies call "Medina" to all the center of the city of Tetouan, be it the old Medina or the Spanish quarters. Here you can see some of the most important spots of both areas.

Royal Palace - Feddan

Royal Palace - Feddan

Located in the heart of the city. The esplanade was until the 80's the "Plaza de España", replicated now in the "New Feddan".
Fénix Building

Fénix Building

Old building of the insurance company "La Unión y el Fénix". In its arcades there are shops, and in its inner courtyard cafés and restaurants, one of them called La Union, where to eat with variety and good price.
Muslim cementery of Tetouan

Muslim cementery of Tetouan

Located in the upper area of the old Medina
Trankat fish market

Trankat fish market

Where you can buy fresh fish all day. Remember that they are closed on fridays!
Trankat Street

Trankat Street

This street is one of the most important in the medina, connects Bab Tut to Zok el Foqui and you can find food, cooking utensils, meat and fish, fruits and vegetables ... It is one of the shopping streets par excellence.
Bab Mkabar

Bab Mkabar

The door to go to the muslim cementery.
Gersa Kebira

Gersa Kebira

Historic square in the center of the Medina, surrounded by shops.
Ayoun Street

Ayoun Street

Is the longest street in the Medina, where you can find almost everything. In this photo you can see the "pastries zone".
Tarrafin

Tarrafin

This is the street of jewelery shops. It starts from one of the sides of the Royal Palace. In it you can find all kinds of jewelry, especially those worn by brides at weddings.
Zawia Raissouni

Zawia Raissouni

One of the Zawia with the most spectacular facades. Also its minaret is special and easy to recognize, since it is of the few octagonal.
Fundaq

Fundaq

It is called "fundaq" to the places arranged to store the donkeys or horses of the merchants who come to the Medina of Tetuan with their goods. This is the oldest and is still active.
Cafe Palmera

Cafe Palmera

It is located on one side of the Royal Palace and is one of the liveliest cafés in the evenings, where you can take one of the classic teas and play the parchis.
Carpentry area

Carpentry area

The Medina of Tetuan is organized in guilds, and the one of the carpenters is in this zone.
Medina of Tetouan Tannery

Medina of Tetouan Tannery

Here they skim and work the skins of which they then leave the handmade products that you can buy in that area, handbags, slippers ...
Zok El Foqi

Zok El Foqi

A small square full of activity to which some of the most important streets of the Medina are to be found.
Museum of Religious Heritage

Museum of Religious Heritage

Museum located in ancient Madrasa Luqash, in Gersa Kebira. Its schedule is from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 5pm.
Walk with views

Walk with views

From this walk you can see the lower part of the city as well as the beautiful mountains that surround Tetuan.
Bab Tut Tetuan

Bab Tut Tetuan

Formerly known as "Tangier Gate" it is one of the most bustling entrances to the old Medina, where you can buy fruits, vegetables, fish ...
Bab Nouader

Bab Nouader

Formerly called "Gate of Fez", Bab Nouader is the entrance to Ayoun Street, the longest street in the medina, and the most important to buy, among other things, second hand items.
Bab Jiaf

Bab Jiaf

Formerly this door only opened to give way to the Jewish burials.
Bab Saida

Bab Saida

Entrance to one of the most residential areas of the Old Medina.
Bab Okla

Bab Okla

Also called "Queen's Gate", Bab Okla is one of the important gates in the Medina.It is surrounded by shops, stalls where you can buy almost everything, cafes, weddings halls ...
Bab Remuz

Bab Remuz

This is the only door through which you can access the Medina by car, crossing the Jewish quarter.
Bab Ruwah

Bab Ruwah

Located on one side of the Royal Palace, Bab Ruwah is not really one of the official gates of the Medina, since it was built later. It gives entrance to the old city through the Tarrafin, the street of the jewelers. Bab Ruwah means wind gate, and it's true, this place always does!
Mulay El Mehdi Square

Mulay El Mehdi Square

Colloquially known as "Plaza Primo" it is one of the most central points of the city, from where the most important streets of the spanish quarter starts.
Spanish Consulate

Spanish Consulate

Located in the heart of the city, this big building houses the Spanish Consulate and the post office.
Instituto Crevantes

Instituto Crevantes

Center dedicated to the teaching and the diffusion of the Spanish language and culture. It is in the first building that was constructed in the Spanish quarter, formerly the Post office building.
Institut Francais

Institut Francais

Institut Français of Tetouan
Mohamed V Street

Mohamed V Street

Main street of the spanish quarters, which goes from the Royal Palace to the Mulay el Mehdi Square, full of shops and cafés.
Luneta Street

Luneta Street

One of the entrances to the Jewish quarter, El Mellah, where you can find various shops dedicated to tapestry, fabrics, etc.
Tetouan City Hall

Tetouan City Hall

Where many administrative procedures are carried out.
Market

Market

On the ground floor you can buy fish and in the first floor edibles brought from Ceuta, as well as meats, flowers, birds and accessories, blankets ...
Taxis Stop to Martil  and Rincon

Taxis Stop to Martil and Rincon

Where you can take taxis to Martil and Rincon. If you want to know more about taxis, itineraries or stops, here you have this article.

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Teatro Español

Teatro Español

Where all type of events are celebrated: cinema, theater, music ...

Para de taxis a Ceuta

Where you can take taxis to Ceuta. If you want to know more about taxis, prices, stops etc. Here you have this article.

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Alcazaba

Alcazaba

Formerly a Spanish headquarter during the Spanish protectorate.
Cine Avenida

Cine Avenida

One of the cinemas that still work in Tetuan.
Jewish cementary

Jewish cementary

With more than 5 centuries of antiquity is a place very visited by Jews of the whole world.
El Pilar High School

El Pilar High School

Spanish secondary school. It recently celebrated a century since it's foundation.
Modern Art Museum

Modern Art Museum

Located in the old train station, the museum has several rooms dedicated to exhibit works by contemporary Moroccan artists.
Parking Hamadi and New Feddan

Parking Hamadi and New Feddan

Replica of the old "Plaza de España", now called Feddan, which has on the ground floor a parking.
School of Arts and Crafts

School of Arts and Crafts

You can visit this school and see the students learning traditional Tetouan craft trades such as wood carving, tiles, embroidery etc. The entrance costs 10dh.
Archeological Museum

Archeological Museum

  • Royal Palace - Feddan

    Royal Palace - Feddan

    Located in the heart of the city. The esplanade was until the 80's the "Plaza de España", replicated now in the "New Feddan".
  • Fénix Building

    Fénix Building

    Old building of the insurance company "La Unión y el Fénix". In its arcades there are shops, and in its inner courtyard cafés and restaurants, one of them called La Union, where to eat with variety and good price.
  • Muslim cementery of Tetouan

    Muslim cementery of Tetouan

    Located in the upper area of the old Medina
  • Trankat fish market

    Trankat fish market

    Where you can buy fresh fish all day. Remember that they are closed on fridays!
  • Trankat Street

    Trankat Street

    This street is one of the most important in the medina, connects Bab Tut to Zok el Foqui and you can find food, cooking utensils, meat and fish, fruits and vegetables ... It is one of the shopping streets par excellence.
  • Bab Mkabar

    Bab Mkabar

    The door to go to the muslim cementery.
  • Gersa Kebira

    Gersa Kebira

    Historic square in the center of the Medina, surrounded by shops.
  • Ayoun Street

    Ayoun Street

    Is the longest street in the Medina, where you can find almost everything. In this photo you can see the "pastries zone".
  • Tarrafin

    Tarrafin

    This is the street of jewelery shops. It starts from one of the sides of the Royal Palace. In it you can find all kinds of jewelry, especially those worn by brides at weddings.
  • Zawia Raissouni

    Zawia Raissouni

    One of the Zawia with the most spectacular facades. Also its minaret is special and easy to recognize, since it is of the few octagonal.
  • Fundaq

    Fundaq

    It is called "fundaq" to the places arranged to store the donkeys or horses of the merchants who come to the Medina of Tetuan with their goods. This is the oldest and is still active.
  • Cafe Palmera

    Cafe Palmera

    It is located on one side of the Royal Palace and is one of the liveliest cafés in the evenings, where you can take one of the classic teas and play the parchis.
  • Carpentry area

    Carpentry area

    The Medina of Tetuan is organized in guilds, and the one of the carpenters is in this zone.
  • Medina of Tetouan Tannery

    Medina of Tetouan Tannery

    Here they skim and work the skins of which they then leave the handmade products that you can buy in that area, handbags, slippers ...
  • Zok El Foqi

    Zok El Foqi

    A small square full of activity to which some of the most important streets of the Medina are to be found.
  • Museum of Religious Heritage

    Museum of Religious Heritage

    Museum located in ancient Madrasa Luqash, in Gersa Kebira. Its schedule is from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 5pm.
  • Walk with views

    Walk with views

    From this walk you can see the lower part of the city as well as the beautiful mountains that surround Tetuan.
  • Bab Tut Tetuan

    Bab Tut Tetuan

    Formerly known as "Tangier Gate" it is one of the most bustling entrances to the old Medina, where you can buy fruits, vegetables, fish ...
  • Bab Nouader

    Bab Nouader

    Formerly called "Gate of Fez", Bab Nouader is the entrance to Ayoun Street, the longest street in the medina, and the most important to buy, among other things, second hand items.
  • Bab Jiaf

    Bab Jiaf

    Formerly this door only opened to give way to the Jewish burials.
  • Bab Saida

    Bab Saida

    Entrance to one of the most residential areas of the Old Medina.
  • Bab Okla

    Bab Okla

    Also called "Queen's Gate", Bab Okla is one of the important gates in the Medina.It is surrounded by shops, stalls where you can buy almost everything, cafes, weddings halls ...
  • Bab Remuz

    Bab Remuz

    This is the only door through which you can access the Medina by car, crossing the Jewish quarter.
  • Bab Ruwah

    Bab Ruwah

    Located on one side of the Royal Palace, Bab Ruwah is not really one of the official gates of the Medina, since it was built later. It gives entrance to the old city through the Tarrafin, the street of the jewelers. Bab Ruwah means wind gate, and it's true, this place always does!
  • Mulay El Mehdi Square

    Mulay El Mehdi Square

    Colloquially known as "Plaza Primo" it is one of the most central points of the city, from where the most important streets of the spanish quarter starts.
  • Spanish Consulate

    Spanish Consulate

    Located in the heart of the city, this big building houses the Spanish Consulate and the post office.
  • Instituto Crevantes

    Instituto Crevantes

    Center dedicated to the teaching and the diffusion of the Spanish language and culture. It is in the first building that was constructed in the Spanish quarter, formerly the Post office building.
  • Institut Francais

    Institut Francais

    Institut Français of Tetouan
  • Mohamed V Street

    Mohamed V Street

    Main street of the spanish quarters, which goes from the Royal Palace to the Mulay el Mehdi Square, full of shops and cafés.
  • Luneta Street

    Luneta Street

    One of the entrances to the Jewish quarter, El Mellah, where you can find various shops dedicated to tapestry, fabrics, etc.
  • Tetouan City Hall

    Tetouan City Hall

    Where many administrative procedures are carried out.
  • Market

    Market

    On the ground floor you can buy fish and in the first floor edibles brought from Ceuta, as well as meats, flowers, birds and accessories, blankets ...
  • Taxis Stop to Martil  and Rincon

    Taxis Stop to Martil and Rincon

    Where you can take taxis to Martil and Rincon. If you want to know more about taxis, itineraries or stops, here you have this article.

    + Info

  • Teatro Español

    Teatro Español

    Where all type of events are celebrated: cinema, theater, music ...
  • Para de taxis a Ceuta

    Where you can take taxis to Ceuta. If you want to know more about taxis, prices, stops etc. Here you have this article.

    + Info

  • Alcazaba

    Alcazaba

    Formerly a Spanish headquarter during the Spanish protectorate.
  • Cine Avenida

    Cine Avenida

    One of the cinemas that still work in Tetuan.
  • Jewish cementary

    Jewish cementary

    With more than 5 centuries of antiquity is a place very visited by Jews of the whole world.
  • El Pilar High School

    El Pilar High School

    Spanish secondary school. It recently celebrated a century since it's foundation.
  • Modern Art Museum

    Modern Art Museum

    Located in the old train station, the museum has several rooms dedicated to exhibit works by contemporary Moroccan artists.
  • Parking Hamadi and New Feddan

    Parking Hamadi and New Feddan

    Replica of the old "Plaza de España", now called Feddan, which has on the ground floor a parking.
  • School of Arts and Crafts

    School of Arts and Crafts

    You can visit this school and see the students learning traditional Tetouan craft trades such as wood carving, tiles, embroidery etc. The entrance costs 10dh.
  • Archeological Museum

    Archeological Museum