Rabat, the capital of Morocco, is full of history and culture, and our guide brings you the best of this vibrant city. Whether you’re into exploring ancient sites or enjoying modern attractions, Rabat has something special for everyone.

 

Best Time to Visit

 

  • Spring (March to May) and Fall (September to November): These seasons boast mild weather, making it the perfect time to explore Rabat’s outdoor attractions without the extreme heat or cold.

 

 

Top Places to See

 

  • Kasbah of the Udayas: This ancient fortress offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic and serene Andalusian Gardens.
  • Hassan Tower: An iconic landmark, standing tall with its unfinished mosque and royal tombs nearby.
  • Chellah Necropolis: A historical site where Roman and Islamic ruins intertwine.
  • Royal Palace of Rabat: Marvel at the exterior architecture and gardens of this majestic palace.
  • Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art: Dive into Morocco’s modern art scene with pieces from the 20th century and beyond.
  • Medina of Rabat: Experience the bustling life in traditional markets and historic buildings.

 

Fun Activities

 

  • Surfing: Rabat’s beaches offer waves for all surfing levels, from beginners to experts.
  • Arts and Crafts Workshops: Inside the Kasbah of the Udayas, learn the art of Moroccan tile-making or cooking.
  • Exploring the Medina: A guided tour will reveal hidden gems, from spice markets to artisanal crafts, not forgetting the delicious street food.
  • Art Museum Visits: Explore Morocco’s art evolution at the Mohammed VI Museum.
  • Evening Stroll at Bouregreg Marina: Enjoy the blend of modern design and natural beauty at sunset, complemented by fine dining.
  • Sufi Music Experience: Connect with Moroccan culture through the spiritual sounds of Sufi music.
  • Gardens Tour: Relax in Rabat’s lush gardens for a tranquil retreat amidst the urban buzz.