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Capital City of Morocco

The political and administrative center of Morocco may lack world-class tourist attractions, but charm makes up for it. For those who have lived in Casablanca, the palm-lined boulevards of the ville nouvelle are immaculate, well-kept, and comparatively traffic-free.


There is a spotless central beach, a well-preserved and stirring kasbah, and a charming walled medina that is far less crowded with tourists than those in other major cities. Overall, visiting the city is a wise choice for a brief stay.



The history of Rabat is deeply ingrained in its culture. Its squares and streets are adorned with several masterpieces.


See the magnificent and majestic Kasbah des Oudayas, which is adorned by the surrounding gardens. The Chellah, a necropolis from the Merinid era, is next to the fortifications with its towering walls. Walking inside the walls is like entering a different universe as you pass through storks, gardens, and historical ruins.


The city of Rabat is strengthening its urban transportation by introducing an eco-friendly substitute for conventional modes of transportation with the introduction of its bicycle taxis. These tricycles are designed for both tourist trips and passenger transportation.


With the introduction of the initiative "Rabat City of Light, Moroccan Capital of Culture," which is undergoing a significant restoration of its monuments, walls, and medieval streets, this idea is a part of the dynamics that the city is experiencing. To entice more and more tourists, Rabat is becoming more and more lovely.


Rabat is a vibrant city with contemporary facilities and a range of festivals. All the amenities, including the airport, tram, shopping malls, cafes, and restaurants, are close by. Enjoy the vibrant music that Rabat celebrates like no other city, including Mawazine, Jazz au Chellah, and many other genres that fill the air with global sounds and rhythms!


The modern capital of Morocco, Rabat, was built as an imperial metropolis in the 18th century after being occupied by the Romans. The second-largest city in terms of population and the political, economic, and administrative hub of Morocco, this metropolis is known for its vast boulevards and green spaces.

  1. Hassan Mosque

  2. Kasbah of the Oudayas

  3. Chella Necropolis

  4. Archaeological Museum

  5. Mawazine World Music Festival

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