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off Rue des Consuls, Rabat 10030, Morocco
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Reviewed 4 days ago

One of the loveliest things to do in Rabat. In here you can feel the andalusian / moorish atmosphere brought by those who were chased by Catholic inquisition in the 15th century. Narrow streets and blue and white houses just on top of Bou-Regreg river...More

Thank Hamza S
Reviewed 5 days ago

After walking through the beautiful, intricate Bab or gate from the 12th century into this little village, we didn’t know what to expect. At first it seemed like an alleyway leading nowhere.There are narrow walkways surrounded by buildings painted white and blue with little shops...More

Thank TwinTourists
Reviewed 1 week ago

Take a pinch of the Adriatic, with its white buildings and blue walls with narrow alleyways, add in a touch of Morocco, Spain with Roman ruins and castles and add the amazing beaches of Dubai and Maldives.. i may sound terribly confused but,, that is...More

Thank tarla2017
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I recommend to visit this place and enjoy the moment of sunset on the Atlantic Ocean as well as enjoy swimming and various sports or even watching people there on the beach

Thank Bader A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is the best place to visit in Rabat! history, beauty, gardens, all is there to make the visit a memorable one!

Thank souha294005
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The buildings within the Kasbah itself were a pleasure to walk between. We received no hassle, unlike Fes and Marrakesh. As a result we ended up buying some souvenirs as we didn’t feel pressured to buy. Definitely visit the cafe and sample mint tea and...More

Thank Matt S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Kasbah is a must if you visit- such a pleasant surprise. Winding blue and white washed streets with a few cafes and shops peppered about. Easy access to the beach and we stopped of at the attached Andalusian gardens for an afternoon rest.

Thank 418amylw
Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

Somehow we were forced on a tour by a self appointed? tour guide. He told us barely more than we already read in our travel guide and rushed us through the kasbah. Not the best of experiences. The place itself is really nice. We do...More

Thank lukas973
Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

A must see while in Rabat. Beautiful city views and photo opportunities. Nice ocean view and limited shopping. Be ready to politely refuse henna!

Thank Karlie C
Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

For those who has no chance to go to Chefchauen it is good place to take pictures with blueish color of traditional houses. You can say small Chauen.

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29 December 2017|
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Response from Samiya7 | Reviewed this property |
I was also told it was to keep mosquitos away.
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Response from Lonnie L | Reviewed this property |
The golden tulip hotel is nearby. you could walk from there. Within 15 minutes walking distance of the Kasbah there are many hotels. There are also very fine hotels in the Medina across the street from the Kasbah. The... More