Holidays to Agdal
One of the wealthier areas in Rabat, Agdal is central to all the sights of the capital. Immersed in culture, explore buildings and ruins from centuries gone by, such as the Kasbah des Oudaias and the ruins of Chellah. Rabat street food is definitely something to try, offering traditional dishes such as Harrira soup and B'ssara, however there are also many restaurants in and around Rabat to try some local cuisine.
Escape the bustle of the city to Skhirat beach, offering surfing lessons for those who fancy having a go.
Popular with surfers, this beach offers camel rides and quad rentals, and fried fish in the nearby restaurants.
See how the city used to be through the thousands of vintage photos on show here, some of which date back to the 1870s.
Once a palace for noblemen and politicians, this museum now displays everything from traditional art to poetry.
Visit the Saadian Tombs
These breathtaking tombs, made with pure gold, feature intricate carvings built by a 16th century sultan.
Admire the Bahia Palace
The portion of this palace that's open to the public incudes a gorgeous harem and bedrooms with stunning stained glass.
This bean soup is famously cheap to buy, and is usually served for breakfast, accompanied with warm bread.
During Ramadan, harira soup is eaten at sunset to break the fast and contains tomatoes, lentils, chickpeas and lamb.
Located in downtown Rabat, this hip club features American style décor and plays banging tunes.
Medina of Rabat
The souk comes a live at night, with stalls selling late in to the evening and coffee on hand.
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