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How To Travel To Rabat

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The Rabat International Airport is located in Salé, a neighbouring town. Rabat has minimal international connections, with the majority of tourists flying into neighboring Casablanca and then arriving by rail or bus in Rabat. There are daily flights between Rabat and Paris, France’s capital. The airport itself is somewhat small, with minimal amenities (only one runway, one conveyor belt, etc. ), making it far from the optimal mode of transport into the city. However, the airport is now undergoing substantial improvements with the goal of eliminating all flights from Fez, Marrakesh, and Casablanca, so it should improve in the near future.


Rabat is well-served by rail, with regular connections to the majority of destinations. Marrakesh is a four-hour pleasant travel, Fez is 2.5 hours (if you take one of the new fast trains, or 3.5 hours on other trains), and Casablanca is one hour. Gare Rabat Ville (Medina/Downtown) and Agdal both have two stations. A tram stop and a taxi rank are situated just across from the downtown railway station. Travelers should be aware that trains are routinely delayed by more than an hour, according to some reports. Visit the webpage of the OCNF (ocnf for the timetable.)


It is feasible to take a bus to Rabat from practically every town in the nation. Take note, though, that buses often bypass the central bus terminal in favor of traveling through the city. It’s a good idea to ask someone which stop is the proper one, or to use a quality street map to determine your location. It’s easy to miss the main station and get up back in the suburbs, which isn’t all that awful – it’s only a 20-25 MAD trip into downtown.

How To Get Around In Rabat

TramBetween Rabat and Salé, there are two lines. It costs just six MAD for a single usage and operates Monday through Sunday from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. A tram runs every ten minutes throughout the week and every twenty minutes on Sunday. One station (Mohammed V - Gare...

Prices In Rabat

Tourist (Backpacker) - 41 $ per day. Estimated cost per 1 day including:meals in cheap restaurant, public transport, cheap hotel.Tourist (regular) - 112 $ per day. Estimated cost per 1 day including:mid-range meals and drinks,transportation, hotel.MARKET / SUPERMARKETMilk1 liter$ 0.75Tomatoes1 kg$ 0.67Cheese0.5 kg$ 8.50Apples1...

Beaches in Rabat

Temara BeachTemara Beach, situated around fifteen kilometers (9 miles) south of Rabat, is a great beach for families searching for a place to unwind, explore, and have fun. At Temara, you may camp, stay in a luxury hotel, or explore the beach's immaculate swimming pool. The beach itself contains...

Sights & Landmarks In Rabat

Kasbah of the Oudaias. The Kasbah is Rabat's oldest neighborhood. It has tiny alleys lined with adorable white and blue buildings, the Andalucian Gardens, and the Oudaias Museum, which is situated in a seventeenth-century castle. Additionally, there are spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean.Hassan Tower and the Royal Mausoleum.  Old Medina.  Chellah. until...

Things To Do In Rabat

There are several activities available here, and as is the case with the majority of Moroccan towns, it is sufficient to just roam around and explore wherever anything catches your interest.Additionally, there is a huge and calm park next to the Hotel Sofitel, where guests may exercise and play...

Food & Restaurants In Rabat

Cafe Maure (In the Kasbah Oudaia). An wonderful café with a view of the sea, where you may sip mint tea and enjoy delicious pastries. The staff is really pleasant, and you are welcome to remain as long as you like to absorb the ambience.Patisserie La Comedie on Mohammad V. Fancy pastries....

Shopping In Rabat

Rue des Consuls is a pleasant location to stroll. This street is so called because before 1912, foreign diplomats were forced to dwell here. At the time, the area's primary business was piracy and the capture of slaves, who were subsequently auctioned. They were to be redeemed via a contract...

Nightlife In Rabat

Amnesia, 18, Rue Monastir. Dress up if you like partying; this is Rabat's hippest club.Upstairs, 8, Avenue Michlifen. Agdal's Irish/English themed bar. Because it is not a men-only establishment, women will feel at ease here. The menu features traditional pub fare, as well as vegetarian alternatives. A pint of beer will set you...

Stay Safe & Healthy In Rabat

Rabat is regarded as a secure city. Simply apply common sense: don't flaunt big amounts of cash, avoid unknown and abandoned places at night, and avoid wearing costly jewelry or seeming showy. Keep an eye on your pockets if you're walking through the Medina's bustling streets or on the...



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