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I fell inlove with this little city. It is very pretty, the oldtown roads are amazing and the people so kind. There are no many visitors, very calm place that is why I loved it. But I fully recommend to visit it after visiting Mdina...More
Even though Rabat is the capital of Morocco, there is still such an old school charm about the place. The streets are wide with lots of green.. The old medina is lovely to walk around in as it is cleaner and calmer than in other...More
The capital of Morocco
Rabat it in total contrast of Casablanca , wide tree lined streets a cosmopolitan feel side walk cafes and a little of a calmer pace.
The casbar in the old town with its original fortress walls are a picture of time...More
Founded in 1146AD, Rabat is Morocco’s capital and one of four Imperial Cities. The medina (Old Town) is a World Heritage Site. Yaqub al-Mansur (aka Moulay Yacoub) moved the capital of his empire to Rabat, and built fortified city walls, which encircles the Old Medina....More