Rabat is the capital of the Kingdom of great Morocco and is positioned on the Atlantic Ocean just right at the mouth of the stream Bou Regreg. Rabat is the second largest city of Morocco with a city population of around 580,000 (estimated in 2014). It is also a well-known metropolitan area and the main capital city of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra secretarial region in the great Morocco.
You can enjoy visiting the famous Oudaias Kasbah, Hassan Tower, 14th-century Merenid citadel-town of Chellah & the majestic Abul Hassan Medersa in Rabat, Morocco.
Rabat itself was established in the late of the 12th century by ʿAbd al-Muʾmin, the first Almohad ruler. Rabat has an amazing collection of sites and markets where you can stroll in your Rabat Holidays.
Andalusian Moors architectures in Rabat is also a wonderful site to visit and gain an insight of Moroccan history. The old town (ancient Medina), still enclosed by ramparts and it is positioned near the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Another site is the Rabat royal palace which was built in the 1950s, you can also enjoy a small photo session in this place.
Visit the Mausoleum of Muhammad V to explore the historical aspects of this amazing palace. To shop various consumer products, go for ancient Medina Souks in the walled city of Rabat. The city is now the midpoint of an imperative textile industry and is well-known for its carpets, blankets, and leather handicrafts.
The Grande Mosquée de Rabat Medina, a fourteenth-century is a must see place in Holidays to Rabat. The Ave Laalou, the medina’s northern side is very famous also and is Renowned for its fast-food closures with road seating including famous fast food items.
Some famous cafeterias serve delicious food like babouche (little snails) served in an aromatic and hot soup. Newly crushed sugar-stick juice, bisara (a thick soup produced using dried fava beans), syrup-drenched baked goods, naturally prepared bread and whatever new organic products are served in restaurants in visitor’s Rabat Holidays.
Have you ever been to Morocco for spending your cheap Morocco holidays? You will start looking all beautiful places in this Rabat city straight from walled city to the newly developed Rabat. Its oceanic coastlines are worthy to give a try. Soak some hot sunny breeze to feel breathtaking views of beaches and enjoy the cool wind of mountains that will escalate yourself in the blue sky with air balloon ride in your Morocco holidays 2017.