Το Ραμπάτ, πρωτεύουσα του Μαρόκου, βρίσκεται στις όχθες του ποταμού Bouregreg και του Ατλαντικού Ωκεανού. Είναι γνωστό για ορόσημα που μιλάνε για την ισλαμική και γαλλο-αποικιακή κληρονομιά του, συμπεριλαμβανομένου του Kasbah του Udayas
Rabat is the perfect city for budget travellers with lots of history and character
realy a lot to see, easy to spend 2 or more days, if you are in good condition you can walk nearly all
It took till my third trip to Morocco to get to Rabat, and I wish I'd gone sooner. It doesn't have the hardcore exoticism of Fez or Marrakech, but it struck me as a great slice of "normal" modern Morocco. You've got your neat old medina, your massive old fort, your Andalusian gardens...and your slick new tram and your groovy 60s buildings. The feel is reasonably cosmopolitan, which is nice, but also with some strong traditional underpinnings (it has the imperial history that Casablanca lacks). It's a good scale for exploring, and the tram connects to Sale, just over the river, for even more sightseeing. Next trip, I think I'll start in Rabat!