Take a private shore excursion of Casablanca and Rabat for a full day to explore Morocco’s rich history and modern culture. With a personal driver/guide, you’ll have the flexibility to visit Rick’s Café, the Hassan II Mosque, Rabat’s royal landmarks, Chellah, and the Kasbah of the Oudayas, a 12th-century fortress, and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You will visit Hassan II Mosque before going to the Moroccan capital, Rabat. You can see the sites of historical and archaeological significance, such as Hassan Tower, Kasbah Oudaya, a mausoleum, and the ancient ruins of Chellah. See the Medina of Rabat to experience the local lifestyle. And experience the Mohammad VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.
Let us take you on a journey through the cultural wonders of Casablanca and Rabat! Begin your excursion with an awe-inspiring guided tour at Hassan II Mosque, one of Morocco’s most renowned attractions. Afterwards, depart to the country’s capital city, where ancient remains meet modern life. Visit such fascinating sites as Kasbah Oudaya – previously home for pirates and armies leaving for Spain in past centuries; explore Chellah’s intricate Roman ruins plus much more! Finally, take advantage of this unique opportunity to appreciate local culture by strolling around Rabat Medina or visiting Museum Mohammad VI, showcasing stunning works from contemporary art scenes. Your day trip concludes upon returning safely & comfortably via air-conditioned transport accompanied by our knowledgeable guide throughout it all!
The Distance between Casablanca and Rabat is 86 kilometers (53 miles), and the driving time is 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Rabat is a hidden gem in Morocco – it’s authentic, beautiful, and far less crowded than other popular cities. It’s rare for a capital city not to be one of the country’s top three most visited places, especially when that country is as small as Morocco! So if you’re looking for an off-the-beaten-path destination with all the charm of Morocco, Rabat is definitely worth a visit.
Rabat is the majestic capital of Morocco, and it’s a much calmer destination compared to bustling Casablanca. This quaint city offers an alluring atmosphere with its intimate charm and traditional ambiance. Its streets are spick-and-span, providing visitors with a tranquil environment that is manageable and manageable – making Rabat perfect for those who wish to take in some sightseeing at their own pace!
Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, is home to some of the country’s most important historical tourist attractions. The Mausoleum of Mohammed V and the Royal Palace are just two. As one of Morocco’s Imperial Cities, Rabat is a must-see for anyone traveling up or down the Atlantic Coast.
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