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Full-Day Private Tour to Rabat from Casablanca
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Full-Day Private Tour to Rabat from Marrakech
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Rabat, Morocco
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Buzzing and vibrant! Stalls on the inside cheaper than on the outside. Organised for the amount of people interacting. Very safe and a variety of goods to buy.

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Medina is grat to walk around in, exploring side streets and browsing the local goods, but it's also a place for locals to buy their supplies and thus a lot of shops offer second hand shoes (pairs and individual), electronics, clothing and various other...More

Thank Manucek
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This old market simply ozzed charm , and there was no real proessure to buy, which made shopping all the more relaxed. The locals seemed to be enjoying it too

Thank ArtyGr
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Historical neighborhood of the city, with lot of shops proposing Moroccan artisanal products. Ranging from Moroccan dress like D'jellaba, Balgha, charbil...to handmade carpets and furnitures for riads(Moroccan traditional houses). I prefer access from Oudaya side. Best visits in the morning starting 10h30.

Thank Mahdiel
Reviewed June 10, 2017

This was the first Medina our Moroccan tour visited. Compared to other Medinas we saw later the, streets were wider and less winding. The variety of merchandise available was amazing and the street personalities were fascinating. However given other Medina opportunities, I would not place...More

Thank Ed C
Reviewed June 10, 2017

The Rabat Medina is well worth a visit, even if - as I did - just to wander around it, see the huge variety of street market goods, and smell the smells. There was everything there from cheap tat or imitation designer trainers to fresh...More

Thank SuperStyx
Reviewed June 7, 2017

Although this is a rather small Medina in comparison we had a suitcase handle break on the way here so we found a replacement bag at an acceptable price. We also stopped to buy some very good candy as we walked thru the Medina on...More

Thank wacotom
Reviewed May 24, 2017 via mobile

The Rabat Medina is nice to walk though but nothing like Marrakech or Fes. Is fiberant and busy but doesn’t have the same amount of shops or alleyways where you can get lost for hours. If you go here off-season you might get some good...More

Thank Sven C
Reviewed May 23, 2017

It's a nice place, unfortunately (for me) don't try to buy something, less-expensive down-town . Try to get some roof for pictures and relax moments.

Thank Youri T
Reviewed May 15, 2017

The medina of Rabat is beautiful, full of many good things, discovery and surprises , very very fabulous

Thank _yasminaboumehdi
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Response from Piramidon | Reviewed this property |
Or, if you are brave enough you can walk into Medina and grab some street food. I am taking about Rabat Medina though. It's bustling at night with food stalls, very lively. Note - I am talking about Rabat Medina. Don't... More
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