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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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Rabat Discussions

  • 7 days in Morocco in December/January
    My friend and I will be travelling to Morocco around Christmas time. We are flying in to Rabat and would like to see Marrakech and Fez, as well as spend the night in the desert. Does anyone have any tips for 2 women travelling in this country? What should be see? How should we get around? What sort ...

  • temperature in fes?!?!
    I actually dont know, but I will ask about. How about Rabat? have you thought of visiting it?! ...

  • Morocco
    I found Morrocco to be a bit of a mixed bag. When I first arrived in Tangiers I was totally sick of getting pestered by people so much that I was considering cutting my holiday short and getting the ferry straight back to Spain. But then I also visited Rabat and Asillah and they were excellent. It felt safe ...

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Rabat Blog Entries

  • Andalusian Gardens in Rabat Morocco
    Rabat, like most other cities in Morocco is complex and contradictory. The capital of Morocco, Rabat is the official home of the royal family. Rich with historic sites, a medina, and industrial modern buildings, Rabat is also home to one my favorite places in all of Morocco: the Andalusian Gardens ...
    Posted in Tee the Trav by teethetrav

  • My trip to Rabat, Morocco
    country is truly an opportunity that many take for granted. I arrived in Rabat, Morocco on July 5th after ...
    Posted in My Dream Trip around the World by emkerry

  • Day 14 - Rabat and Goodbye
    19 July We started the day with a city tour of Rabat visiting the Mausoleum of Mohamed V, the medina and the Kasbah des Oudayas which contains a ’Asilah-like’ section of blue and white houses overlooking the river: Oued Bouregreg. Guard outside the Mausoleum of Mohamed V Remnant of the old wall ...
    Posted in Wanderlust by echo75

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