Ceuta is a Spanish enclave on the Mediterranean coast of Morocco. Nice town and they really like their statues. Accessible in 35 minutes from the Spanish port of Algeciras, and has the advantage of being a tax free zone.
Entering from Morocco is not that easy. Mostly people would do it by car, but be prepared for long queues to get through the border control. Nearest train station is over 22km away, and buses to the nearest town of Fnideq are difficult to route.
Tanger is 60km away and there are no bus or train services from there. Taxi costs about 600 Dirham, but crossing the border on foot is relatively painless, particularly if you have an EU passport. Taxi on the other side to take you into town centre will set you back about €4
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