We would be pleased to organize a private guided tour for you in Rabat (half day) ! Below are the sites we will be visiting :
• on foot : 65 Euros – 700 MAD
• by car : 105 Euros – 1100 MAD
Bab Al KasbahDatant du 12e siècle, cette porte est la grande entrée de la Kasbah des Oudayas. Sa décoration équilibrée et son Arc en Fer à cheval sont caractéristiques de la période Almohade
Oudaya’s KasbahFeatures museums, an andalusian garden as well as its famous Maure Café. Besides being a impenetrable Fortress, this Kasbah also hosts the most ancient Mosques and minaret in Rabat (built in 1150).
Hassan Towermajestically overlooking the Bouregreg river, this tower would have been over 80 meters tall if it were completed. Indeed, at the passing of Sultan Yacoub Mansour, its construction was halted at half the height initially intended. It is surrounded by 350 columns.
Mohamed V MausoleumRoyal guards are posted at the entrance to the plaza where stand the Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum of King Mohamed V. Memory of two kings is so honored in the same place: a great builder and warrior training time in the country, another state 20th century man led the nation’s’ indépendance.
Chellah NecropolisItit was a Roman city and a busy port, the Ist and IInd century BC
Royal Palace Mechouar Mechouarwith its courtyard, gardens and Mosque
La Villa des ArtsFeatures colonial architecture, a library and art gallery
Rabat’s Médinafull of shopping streets and traditional artisans. You will also find the famous “Rue des Consuls” with its bazaars. Rue des Consuls » avec ses bazaristes.
Mohammed VI MuseumThe Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art presents four hundred works by Moroccan artists, based in the country or abroad, from the 20th and 21st centuries. It is the first independent museum in Morocco dedicated to national modern art.