Excellent place to spend an afternoon. Walk around the streets, explore the area. Stopped for tea at cafe maure and enjoyed a great view of the bay and Sale. Andalusian gardens were relaxing stop to end off the visit.
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Although the Kasbah has been turned into a tourist attraction it is worth the visit. Authorities have done a great job in renovations and keeping the place clean. Great place for capturing really memorable photos. Many people have referred to the touts and scams but...More
This place is like other old medinas with half white half blue colors. at the entrance, there are some touts and scammers like other old places in Morroco...
The village houses all have blue walls at the bottom and white at the top. The shops there are somewhat different from the Medina so more interesting. The coast is within walking distance from here and well worth a walk.
A great visit here, lot of action, lots of history, lots to see and soak up. We did it as part of a guided tour and the history provided by the guide was excellent.
Nice winding blue and white coloured alleys, but as usual touts and scammers about. Less so than others but still a drag. Worth a look but be your usual polite but refusing self. A walk down near the base on the outside is good.
If you have to see one thing in Rabat this would be it, then the Necropolis of Chellah and if you are lucky His Majesty's Palace. There are many other places to visit but these in my opinion deserve particular attention.
We went to Kasbah today. We are staying in a hotel by the Rabat Ville train station and we took the tram to the 16th of November tram station. We walked by the sea to the Kasbah. We went through the gardens first. There are...More