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#1 of 61 things to do in Rabat
Tram tickets cost just 6Dirham for an Adult and 3 Dirham for a child, the tram offers access between both towns and stops at the major attractions.
#5 of 61 things to do in Rabat
Great zoo with a wild diversity of animals, well organized facility, pleasant place for families, kids etc
There is a massive selection of Animals which you can see on their website with some very exotic ones such as Flamingos, Hippos, Crocodiles, Monkeys etc. there is a kids playpark and petting area where the goats w...
#4 of 61 things to do in Rabat
A great way to spend a few hours with friends or families, with a museum and a park, a few arts & crafts boutiques, two tea house (slow, slow service).
If you go with little kids, they would enjoy playing around, climbing the fixed chairs and touching the greeneries around... nice place to rest, think, or just enjoy a moment of peace in busy Rabat.
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#2 of 61 things to do in Rabat
The lands and gardens are consistently tended to and even the schools brought visiting children to the monument during our stay.
Great photo ops and a good place to let kids run around.
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#11 of 61 things to do in Rabat
The gardens are so beautifully designed and there's lots of bridges to cross and little tunnels to go under, the children there seemed to be having as much fun as us... It's nicely shaded from the sun and there ar...
It also has some nice bridges which makes it even more fun - especially to kids.
#7 of 61 things to do in Rabat
A prayer man sits by the marble burial stones and recites verses of the Koran day and night among a unique musk scent throughout the resting place of these 3 members of the Royal Moroccan family.
This unfinished mosque is a great place to be, everyone enjoy it, you can walk your pet there, have fun with your kids, it's spacy and accessible for weelchairs, well kept and a great place for groups !
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#3 of 61 things to do in Rabat
The Mohamed V Mausoleum is the final resting place of 3 significant members of the royal family.This is an architectural marvel that is worth the visit.
The Mausoleum Mohammed V is situated next to the Hassan Tower where there is enough space for kids to run, sit bike....
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#36 of 61 things to do in Rabat
the Atlantic Ocean brezze will give u new inspiration what U do with ur Life you can spend anytime, alone, with loveonle, family bonding, all its up to u.... the Ocean is there ,give lots of meaning to our life.
I went to Rabat for a day trip with my brother in law and 4 children, whilst we were actually on holiday in Fes we felt we should visit Rabat anyway.
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