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Things to do in Rabat

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The top 124 attractions in Rabat

Museums in Rabat
National Museum of Postal Services and Telecommunication
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Rabat's central post office is on Avenue Mohamed V. If you need to send a package or a letter home, the post office is the most re
Festivals in Rabat
Procession des Cierges Festival
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This unusual festival takes place each year in Salé, the day before the Mouloud Aid, the birthday of the prophet Mahomet and a Mus
Flea Markets in Rabat
Souk el Kebir
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Souq el Kebir translates to the big market, and is at the center of the Medina, the town of Salé. Go to the central market square
Rivers in Rabat
Bou Regreg River
Regreg Bou River is the river that separates the two cities of Rabat and Salé. Rabat has been the capital of the country since th
Historical Monuments in Rabat
Bab el-Mrissa
The Bab el Mrissa is one of the main entry gates to the medina, the historic part of the city of Salé. It is very high and well-d
Mosques in Rabat
Sunna Mosque
The Sunna Mosque is at the end of the Mohamed V avenue, near the royal palace. It was built by the Alaouitas dynasty in the eighte
Gardens in Rabat
Rue el Kahira Park
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This park is on the El Kahira street, at the corner of Avenue Mohamed V. Rabat has lots of public parks, and this is more like a s
Mosques in Rabat
Moulay Sliman Mosque
The Moulay Slimane mosque is a bit outside the historic walls of the city, next to the Nouzhat Hassan park. Now it is being renov
Cinemas in Rabat
Cinéma Royal
The Royal Cinema is a movie theatre in the center of Rabat, on El Kahira Street. It's a beautiful Art Deco building that was renov
Gardens in Rabat
Jardin Nouzhat Hassan
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The Nouzhat Hassan garden is the oldest, and largest park in the Moroccan capital. Lyautey, the general in charge of the French pr
Flea Markets in Rabat
Tarik al Marsa Market
On the part of the medina that faces the Bou Regreg river, near the walls of the city, there is a very informal market with people
Of Cultural Interest in Rabat
Public Fountains
In the poorest neighbourhood of Moroccan cities, it's common to see people going to find water from a public supply. There is tap
Historical Monuments in Rabat
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Of Cultural Interest in Rabat
Covered Bazaar
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The covered souk Rabat's historic center is at the end of Souika street. It's a fun place with lots of shops, where merchandise is
Historical Monuments in Rabat
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Markets in Rabat
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Shopping Centres in Rabat
Balgha Zoco in Salé
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The souk of the slippers is another place in the old medina of Salé where people are grouped by occupation, all the shoes for sale
Of Touristic Interest in Rabat
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