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Rabat

Rabat (Arabic الرباط), sometimes called Rabat-Salé, is the capital of Morocco and has an estimated population of about 1.7 million inhabitants. It is located along the northern coastline of the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the Bou Regreg River, close to Casablanca.

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Enjoying a couple of oranges

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Royal Hotel Rabat

Royal Hotel Rabat

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Rabat Discussions

  • Rabat to Chefchaouen!!!
    travel in Rabat moving on to Chefchaouen. I know there is no rail connection between the two cities ...

  • Morocco: Cab costs from Rabat airport to the Medina
    The Riad where we will be staying in Rabat says that it's a 20 minute ride from the airport to the medina and that a cab will cost about $30. This seems high - about the same as a cab in DC, where we live. Is this a reasonable price? Perhaps there's some special tax or something on airport rides ...

  • Mauritania visa
    I am a Bulgarian planing to visit Mauritania in February. Could someone please let me know where I can obtain a visa? Some say I need to go to Casablanca and some say I need to go to Rabat .... Cheers, Patrick ...

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Rabat Blog Entries

  • Rabat
    I'm in Rabat now. I like this town. It's really hassle-free, people don't bother you. I'll go to the Algerian Embassy tomorrow to see if they give me a Visa. If they do I'll continue to Chefchauen and then from there to Algeria. I don't have much time left, because I'll meet up with my friend Annie in Tunis ...
    Posted in Fabrice Lambert's travel diary by 5fingerfab

  • Rabat
    Rabat, ciudad capital Más moderna que Paddington o King's Cross, la estación de tren de Marrakech es otro puente hacia un tiempo lejano. Intrigada por las revistas de actualidad, me decidí por el ...
    Posted in Relatos de viaje by Zol

  • April 4, 2011
    After some homework that the kids couldn’t rebuke, Jonathan guided the 5 of us for a walking trek of the Rabat Souk. Sights and sounds of the gardens, birds, and even a forest as we walked by royal princess ...
    Posted in Morocco 2011 by OttawaHennaLady

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