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A 48-hour trip to Rabat will allow you to discover an exceptional historical and cultural heritage, but you can also enjoy sports activities such as golf, horse riding, surfing or simply stroll through the narrow streets of the medinas of Rabat and from Salé to discover an authentic and diversified handicraft.


The Chellah

Built in the XIV Century by the Merinid dynasty upon the ruin of the ancient Roman city of Sala Colonia, the Chellah necropolis is located at a distance of two kilometers from the city center, off the Almohad enclosure. According to historians and archeologists, the Chellah site was undoubtedly the most ancient human agglomeration ever…

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Hassan Tower

The Hassan Tower is considered as the symbol of Rabat, it is one of the most famous sites of the kingdom. The Hassan tower remains the only vestige of what was to be, at the instigation of the Almohad sultan Yacoub Al Mansour (12th century), the largest mosque in the Muslim world. This oversized project…

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Mohammed V Mausoleum

Right in front of the Hassan Tower stands the mausoleum Mohammed V, a monument of unparalleled beauty. Its construction began in 1962 and ended in 1971. This monument is dedicated to the memory of the late monarch Mohammed V, beloved by the people who have always considered the symbol of the Liberation of the Nation.…

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The Consuls Street

Drawing its name from the fact that it was the residence of foreign diplomats, the Consuls Street is one of the oldest and most famous alleys in the capital. “An inescapable passage in the sightseeing of the capital”. The site has become a landmar.

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Souk Es Sabbate

This souk located between the big mosque and Bab el Bahr, crosses the street of the consuls. Recently restored, it specializes in jewelry…

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Kasba of the Oudayas

Within a fifteen minute walk from the Rabat City Center stands the Casbah of the Oudayas at the Bou Regreg estuary, a real fortress dating back to the XII century. With its monumental Almohade portal, the Kasbah is a gripping site which offers the visitor a never seen before beauty that encompasses the Andalusian style…

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The Zoo of Rabat

Recently renovated, the new zoo, called the “wild encounter”, has been created with a view to reproducing the emblematic ecosystems of Morocco and Africa: swamp, rainforest, Savannah, desert and Atlas Mountain. The zoo was developed into an open space that immerses the visitor in an atmosphere of discovery and adventure. Rabat Zoo is specialized in…

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Mohammed VI Museum

Inaugurated on 7 October 2014, the Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art is the first museum institution in the kingdom to devote itself entirely to modern and contemporary arts. This museum is also the first Moroccan public institution to meet international museographical standards. The MVIM aims to cover the evolution of Moroccan artistic…

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Mohammed V Avenue

Certainly, it is the most beautiful avenue of the capital. It strikes with its beautiful fountain and its many palm trees, and offers the visitors an exceptional walk. It hosts the Parliament with its red facade, the Great Post Office and the Bank.

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The Merinid Medersa

The merinid madrassah (also called madrassah of Abu Al Hassan) is the only medersa still present in the medina of Salé. It welcomed students from all over the country in their quest for knowledge and learning, despite its small area no more than 180 m².

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Wlja Pottery Complex

Located on Bouregreg river bank, 5 minutes from the city centers of Rabat and Sale, this complex of several hectares gathers workshops of artisans (potters, coppersmiths, basket makers …) and shops. You will have the opportunity to admire the ge.

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The Great Mosque

The Almohad Great Mosque “Jamaâ al-Aâdam” stands in the middle of the Talaâ area and oversees almost all the Medina. It is the second oldest mosque of the kingdom after Al Quarawiyn. Built on an area of ​​5 070 m², the Great Mosque of Salé is adorned with 9 doors, the main one was mounted…

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Bab Lamrissa

An emblematic monument of Salé, Bab Lamrissa, also called Bab Mellah, is a fortified gate dating back to the 13th century. Former sea gate, it is one of the main gates of the current wall of the medina of Salé and has the most impressive size. It is one of the two monumental gates of…

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Borj Adoumoue

Literally “bastion of tears”, it lies next to the mausoleum of Sidi Ben Achir. Named also Scala Al Qadima, Borj al Caïd, Borj al Hassani, it is a former bastion that dominated the mouth of the Bouregreg. Raised in the place of an ancient fortification, it was restored by A. Fennich, who replaced the stones…

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