Steeped in history, Tangier sits on the Moroccan coast, guarding the Strait of Gibraltar. A blend of cultures, it was a European foothold in Africa for centuries. Its ancient medina with whitewashed houses climbs the hills, while the kasbah, a sultan’s former palace, is now a museum. Tangier’s allure for artists and writers continues, offering a glimpse into a city where the Mediterranean and Atlantic worlds meet.