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Rabat 2015

The train journey from Fes to Rabat was a mere three hours and once again I’d booked myself into the hotel next to my destination station. And once again it was a wise move as the Ibis proved a great base from which to explore the Moroccan capital.

Rabat Medina

The first day’s exploration would, naturally, start at the city’s Medina, take in the riverside and then I headed towards the Kasbah of the Udayas – where the homes are known for their distinct blue and white walls. It’s also a great way to head to the beach and see the Atlantic Ocean.

Rabat Medina.
Rabat Medina.
Rabat old city (Medina) with Minaret of Grand Mosque behind.
Rabat old city (Medina) with Minaret of Grand Mosque behind.
Avenue Al Marsa, Rabat
The Bou Regreg river at Avenue Al Marsa, Rabat
Le Dhow on Avenue Al Marsa, Rabat
Le Dhow on Avenue Al Marsa, Rabat

Kasbah and beach

Chellah Necropolis

Mausoleum of Mohammed V

Masjid Hassan

Andalusian Gardens

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