Rabat is a city rich in culture and history and full of hidden treasures. A big and cosmopolitan city, there are different attractions that date back to the 1800s, and are extremely well preserved, which makes the experience extra authentic. Here are best attractions in Rabat!
This Kasbah is an old army camp and was built in the twelve century. Here you can find some of the primary palaces ever built by the Alaouite Dynasty still reigning.
The Mausoleum of Mohammed V, which is one of the most remarkable imaginable. It is built on a historic place, where the king returned from Madagascar following the independence of Morocco. The interior is known as a premium example of traditional design in the Moroccan style, and the zellige titles and amazing marble work is a must view among Rabat attractions.
History fan in search of perfect Rabat attractions will want a pay a visit to the Rabat Archaeology museum. Considered the top in the country, it contains artifacts and displays from the prehistoric age though modern times. The Hellenistic and Roman displays are one of the most famous Rabat attractions because of their status around the globe, but the museum itself deserves to rate highly on any list of attractions in Rabat.
There are only one direct flights Marrakech to Rabat.
Generally the best Marrakech to Rabat flight time in 2 month in advance. And the affordable day to fly Wednesday, Tuesday, and Monday. Sunday is the most expensive.
The nearest airport to Rabat, is Sale Airport and the nearest airport to Marrakech, is Menara Airport.
Distance from cheapest flights Marrakech to Rabat is about 300 kilometers.
The average flying time for a Marrakech to Rabat flights is one hour two minutes.
• Marrakech, Morocco is 185 miles from Rabat
• There are two weekly flights from Marrakech to Rabat
• Paris, France, Charles De Gaulle Airport is one of the most famous connection for 1 stop flights between Marrakech to Rabat.
• Qatar Airways has the most nonstop cheap flights from Marrakech to Rabat.