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Private 1-Day Highlights Tour of Casablanca and Rabat
"You will be picked up from Casablanca International airport the local port or from your accommodation. in Casablanca you’ll visit Hassan II Mosque the biggest mosque outside of Mecca. Experience the Corniche coast see Rick's Cafe and the Jewish Museum if you like before departing for Rabat the capital of Morocco.In Rabat you’ll see the Mausoleum
From EUR200.00
 
Private Surf Day Trip to Essaouira from Marrakech
"Essaouira is one of the hot spot surfing towns in Morocco. The beach is located on the south side of Essaouira as you enter the town.Essaouira is now also becoming a more popular water sports destination and is a great spot for both kiting and su it also offers the more experienced riders a great variety of wave riding and flat riding depending on the swell and wind direction.Depart from Marrakech the famous red city of Morocco at 8:00 am in the direction of Essaouira. This city was known in the time of 11th-century Geographer al-Bakri and as he reported was called Sidi Megdoul. In the 16th-century a corruption of this name became known to the Portuguese as Mogador or Mogadore. The Berber and Arabic names mean the wall
From EUR213.00
 
Casablanca Shore Excursion: Casablanca and Rabat Private Tour
"You will be picked up from the port in Casablanca. Your first stop is at Casablanca's most famous attraction: Hassan II Mosque for a 45-minute guided tour. Afterwards take off to the Kingdom's capital Rabat. Depending on time limits the tour can include Rabat's major attractions: Hassan Tower a 12th Century mosque and Mausoleum of Mohammed V and his son Hassan II - former king and father of the current king. Then see the 12th Century Kasbah Oudaya: a departure point for armies leaving to conquest Spain in the 18th century and a gathering place for pirates.
From $480.00

More Local Customs in Rabat

JAPON

-For Asians traveling to Morocco, don't be surprised if you get unlimited greetings like "konichiwa". They thought all Asian looking people as Japanese. Most I met knew the Marcos Family of the...
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jayjayc
May 03, 2014

Morrocan whisky

During my stay in Morroco,I met some locals and one of them had a wicked sense of humour and invited me to have some Moroccan whisky.at a cafe.So we went after he ordered it was nothing but mint...
Robin020
Mar 06, 2012

Henna

For 30 dh you can have something similar to this tattoo painted to you hands. You'll find them at the Ouedaia’s Andalusian garden. It will take around 20 minutes for the process. It will take few...
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Doctor38
Jul 09, 2008

Welcome in my country

Donýt be surprised if people in the street start talking to you or greet you. We met several people that asked us where we were from and then welcomed us, or even without asking: Welcome in my...
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hat53
Apr 06, 2007

Rabat Downtown

One of the main streets in Rabat, the Avenue Mohammed V. Rabatis love to promenade here in the afternoon. You'll find a lot of cafés, some large hotels, the train station and the main post office. If...
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Bernhadette
Sep 24, 2006

Errands in the medina

The medina of Rabat, its commercial pedestrianised centre has not as much charm as other Imperial cities like, Marrakesh or Fes, but in some respects, it was more rewarding for us. Indeed, Rabat does...
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DanielF
Aug 25, 2006
 
 
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Colorful royal staff

I took this picture at the entrance gate to the Royal Palace, well, it was not at all allowed... :-)From the left:- two white guards of the Royal Palace in blue hats armed with both a gun and small...
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matcrazy1
Jul 29, 2005

White guard

There are guards in front of of Mausoleum of Mohammed V which are dressed in traditional costumes: mostly white with green, black and red addings. The most characteristic element of the costume is a...
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matcrazy1
Jul 29, 2005

Royal costume

There are royal guards dressed in typical royal costumes in front of Mausoleum of Mohammed V. Green colour of the traditional royal dress symbolises royality while the red one, dark red, is a colour...
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matcrazy1
Jul 29, 2005

Poor cats and dogs of Rabat

Walking tiny off the beaten path streets of the medina I saw a strange and a bit horrible scene. I saw a local street stalls keeper selling fish, who caught a cat with a fish in a mouth. Probably the...
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matcrazy1
Jul 28, 2005

Local folks

Rabatians (is it correct word ?) are a bit different than folks I met in other Moroccan cities. Just a few observations:- most local guys wear in non-traditional (I mean muslim jellabias) way; younger...
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matcrazy1
Jul 27, 2005

Water seller and no women

I met this guy, on my picture, walking along main street of the medina called Rue Souika. He weared a strange, colorful hat and long, red dress/jellabia and he carried a leather bag for fresh water....
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matcrazy1
Jul 27, 2005

City of young folks

Morocco is a country of young people in general. But nothing compare to Rabat. I have never seen as many youths in any Moroccan city as in Rabat. Well, it's a main educational city of Morocco and...
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matcrazy1
Jul 27, 2005

Gnaoua Dancers

The Gnaoua or Freedom Dancers are very poplar at weddings. Their wild drum rhythms are said to induce states of trance. The Gnaoua Brotherhood has devotees all over Morocco, but particularly in...
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grets
May 08, 2005

Top Hotels in Rabat

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Place de l'Unite Africaine, Rabat, 10005, Morocco
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PO Box 450, Souissi, (formerly Hilton Rabat), Rabat, 10000, Morocco
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21 Avenue Chellah, Rabat, 10000, Morocco
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26 Rue Chellah, Rabat, BP 14, Morocco
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1 Rue Amman bp 175, Rabat, 10000, Morocco
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Impasse Kaid Bargach, Médina, Rabat, 10030, Morocco
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Top Things to Do in Rabat

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Blue Streets

I remembered Chaouen (Chefchaouen) when visiting the Kasbah of the Udayas. I refused the boys offering themselves as guides and went alone to discover those narrow streets. The Kasbah of the Udayas...
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The Zouk

This was an exotic visit with many stalls selling souvenirs, food, fruits, shoes, and everything you can imagine. The best, anyway, was the sellers, or people dressed in a moroccan way. They all...
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JLBG

"Rabat, an introduction to Morocco"
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matcrazy1

"Very interesting capital city :-)"
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Doctor38

"R a b a t"
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keeweechic

"Keeweechic's Rabat"
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kit_mc

"Rabat"
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