Welcome to Rabat
Located on the banks of the Bouregreg river and the Atlantic Ocean, Rabat is the capital of Morocco.
Moroccan tourist pillar this city is known for its Islamic and colonial heritage represented by various monuments and old buildings like the Kasbah Udayas, former royal fort at the time Berber. It also houses the emblematic Mausoleum of Mohammed V, built by 400 Moroccan craftsmen.
In addition to the monuments, forts and old houses, Rabat has an animal park, the Zoological Gardens of Rabat, which conserves nearly 1,800 animals divided into 150 living animal species.