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Royal Palace of Rabat

Rabat, Morocco
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Full-Day Casablanca and Rabat Private Tour from Casablanca
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Reviewed July 23, 2016

Just the entrance is impressive, long avenue with trees leads you to small mosque Ahl-Fas and than you continue to the mechouar-large parade ground infront of the royal palace. Infront of the palace are royal guards and you can take pictures. There are College Royal,...More

Thank Barbara M
Reviewed July 3, 2016

This is the residence of the King of Morocco. There were no tours that we were aware of. We were able to get within a couple hundred feet to take pictures. Large grounds, lots of armed officials in the area.

Thank Leo S
Reviewed June 23, 2016

This was the Royal Palace and while we have accepted that we cannot get close, the rest rooms outside could have been more maintained and cleaner especially as these were part of the Royal Palace grounds.

Thank jinshen55
Reviewed June 6, 2016

What a grand palace. You cannot get too close, but just seeing the beauty of the buildings and the enormous monuments is worth the trip alone. Go don't rush.

Thank FredBOZFUN
Reviewed June 4, 2016

If you are in the neighborhood its worth stopping for a brief look see. You can't go in or even get closer than a couple hundred yards of the palace.

Thank Pruguy
Reviewed May 18, 2016

Worth a look if you are passing but you can't go in any of the buildings so it's a bit like a walk round Whitehall

Thank CavusFan
Reviewed May 18, 2016

We walked from The Medina to the palace. We were sent all around the wall to get in, not allowed on the public road used by cars and coaches. After a route march saw sign Palais Royal - this must be the place we thought-...More

Thank GeoffreyWales
Reviewed May 17, 2016

We were on a private tour and had no problems getting in or walking around the complex. Without a guide to put what we were seeing into context, this would have been pretty boring. There is a fascinating history as well as a modern narrative...More

Thank mwcw
Reviewed May 5, 2016

We (parents and 2 adult children - not teens) visited the palace as part of our tour of Morocco with Gate 1 Travel, so we did not have any trouble getting in, nor did we have to leave our passport, a requirement if you are...More

Thank Mrs-K-albany
Reviewed April 17, 2016

you have to go their with a tour guide to enter the palace, nice place, you will enjoy the royalty of the place.

Thank Qasrawi85
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