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Day Trip to Essaouira from Marrakech
"Essaouira is situated 175km away from Marrakech. Essaouira's beach is a long ribbon of around 10 kilometers bathed in surf. There is an invigorating sensation from the ocean breeze as soon as you set foot on the immaculate sand. Essaouira is a medieval c place Moulay El Hassan La Skala the port the ramparts and the Jewish district Derb Lealouj. At the end of the morning don't miss the colorful and lively spectacle of the return of the boats to the port
From EUR94.00
 
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

Most Viewed Transportation in Rabat

Transportation

From Rabat to Casablanca Airport

There are frequent trains from Rabat to Casablanca airport, 75 Dirham, you might have to change train in Casablanca Voyageurs station, every 30 minutes a train to Casablanca Voyageurs, from there...
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Nice train ride.

I used the train to travel between the cities when I traveled around on my own. I enjoyed the rides in clean compartments. Taking the train is much more comfortable than taking the bus which will be...
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Petite taxis.

In every town in Morocco they are using a system with two kinds of taxis, Petite taxis and Grande taxis. The Petite taxis are small cars. They are not allowed to go outside of the town border. If you...
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Rabat airport the best airport in Morocco

Best Airport in Morocco, it's more better than Casablanca, quick security check, a good terminal facilities, a nice restaurant in the terminal 1, i give this airport 5/5.the bus shuttle to city center...
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Rowboats from Rabat to Sale

A very exciting way to get to Sale (Rabat's sister town) is by rowboat. The rowboats depart from near the Mausoleum of King Hassan as seen from the picture. The crossing takes a couple of minutes as...
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Try the train

Trains run between Casablanca and Rabat twice every hour from Gare de Port. The journey takes one and a half hours.There are two stations Rabat Agdal and Rabat Ville. The latter is the main stop for...
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Catching a Bus

Buses to Rabat run from most towns in Morocco. They are however not in great condition. The main bus station is just out of the city in Place Zerktouni which is a connection point for roads to Beni...
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Driving

If you are driving you might want to just take care with the number of one way streets in the city and also avoid the peak times where congestion may be a problem. Parking can also be hard to find and...
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Petit Taxi

These little taxis are blue and usually Fiat Uno’s. They can be found everywhere. They are metered and can be picked up just about anywhere. If you are travelling to Sale, then you cannot take a...
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Train, Taxi and Bus

Train Station There are 2 stations, The one on Rue Mohammed V is near the action. the other train station is located in Agdal. From either station you can take the train to any destination in Morocco...
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Train to Fes

The Moroccan train network consists of a few lines serving the routes between the main cities with fairly modern, clean trains. Trains leave Rabat Ville station on Ave Mohammad V about every two hours...
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Train

As I was living in Casablanca, Rabat was one of the most accessible places to get immersed in the ancient Moroccan culture, rather than the westernised and business oriented Casablanca.As a matter of...
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Train to arrive - Petit taxi to get around

Although Rabat is a very compact city; you may want to hail a petit or grands taxi to get to your destination faster; these can be found outside the train station Rabat Ville, at the airport and at...
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My recommended itineraries (on foot)

My recommendation is to visit Rabat on foot. A few recommendations (starting from my hotel located a bit south of the medina).1. walk around the medina + visit to the Kasbah of the Oudaya: 3 - 5...
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Place de l'Unite Africaine, Rabat, 10005, Morocco
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21 Avenue Chellah, Rabat, 10000, Morocco
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PO Box 450, Souissi, (formerly Hilton Rabat), Rabat, 10000, Morocco
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26 Rue Chellah, Rabat, BP 14, Morocco
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Impasse Kaid Bargach, Médina, Rabat, 10030, Morocco
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1 Rue Amman bp 175, Rabat, 10000, Morocco
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Top Things to Do in Rabat

Things to Do

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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