About Rabat, Morocco
Rabat is the capital city of Morocco and the seventh largest city in the country. Rabat also serves as the capital of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra administrative region. The port city lies on the Atlantic Ocean and the coastal lines of the river Bouregreg. The city is divided into three main parts namely the Medina, the Oudayas and Hassan.
Rabat boasts of important food processing, construction and textile industries. The city is one of the four Imperial cities of Morocco and the medina of Rabat is regarded as a World Heritage Site. A huge presence of foreign embassies and Rabat Morocco tourism have made the city one of the most important cities in Morocco.
Hotels in rabat morocco
For your stay in Rabat Morocco, you can get a suitable accommodation online. These hotel are suitable for both budget travellers and people who would rather stay in a luxury accommodation. Check out the list of 5 star hotels in Rabat Morocco, where you are assured of premium quality and service. Dar El Kébira is a luxury hotel that lies very close to Oudaia Gate and Grand Mosque. The hotel boasts of several recreational facilities, pamper yourself with massages and body treatments at the sauna or steam room.
You can also get cheap hotels in Rabat at the most affordable rates online when you book through Jumia Travel. Book now, pay later on most hotels.
Things to do in Rabat Morocco
The city of Rabat is well known for its landmarks, a reflection of its Islamic and French colonial heritage. The Kasbah of the Udayas, the iconic Hassan Tower’s, the Royal Fort and Mausoleum of Mohammed V are some of the ancient attractions of Rabat. You can also check out the Rabat Archaeological Museum, the scenic garden and Roman ruins of Chellah, Exotic Gardens of Rabat Sale, Andalusian Gardens, spend a day at Plage de Rabat beach or take a look at Dar al-Makhzen, the royal palace of the king of Morocco.
Transportation in Rabat
Rabat is served by the Rabat-Sale Airport and two major railway stations. Rabat Ville Railway Station serves as the main intercity station which runs through Marrakech, Casablanca, El Jadida to the south, Tanger to the north and Meknes, Taza, Oujda and Fes to the east. A tramway system known as Rabat Sale tramway also serves the city.