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Rabat, the city

Rabat, the capital of Morocco, is built on the banks of the Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean. It is known for its sites of interest, which illustrate both the Islamic heritage and French colonial, including the kasbah Oudayas. This royal fort of the Berber era is surrounded by formal French-style gardens and overlooks the ocean. The city’s iconic Hassan Tower, a 12th-century minaret, dominates the remains of a mosque.

Area: 117 km²
Weather: 23 ° C, wind N at 26 km / h, 63% humidity

Kasbah des Oudayas

This Kasbah is an old military camp and was built in the 12th century. Here you can find some of the first palaces ever built by the Alaouite Dynasty still reigning.


Tour Hassan

This is a mosque built in the 12th century that hasn’t been finished. This was meant to be the second-biggest mosque in the Arab world after the Samarra in Iraq.



Chellah is a marinade necropolis located in an ancient city in the current city of Rabat, that was inhabited by the Phoenicians and the Carthaginian.


Mausoleum Mohammed-V

This mausoleum is located on the opposite side of the Hassan Tower, and contains the tombs of a Moroccan king and his two sons.


Palais Royal

This is the main royal palace in Rabat, where the actual king and his family live the majority of the year.


National Zoo of Rabat

This zoo has many animals and is one of the most well-maintained zoos in Morocco.



Rabat Tours