Rabat is the capital of Morocco, the city is located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg, and on the facing shore of the river lies Salé, Rabat’s twin city.
Rabat is a city with contrasting styles. Office buildings, embassies, and hotels line the streets, while the medina feels like a different country. The city’s atmosphere is further enhanced by the presence of several beautiful gardens.
Rabat, A fantastic destination to learn about Moroccan history and culture. Both the traditional markets and the city’s numerous museums and monuments offer a glimpse into the past and present of the nation. Being the administrative capital, Rabat holds many diplomatic and cultural events all year long.
Abdellah Azizi frequently travels to Rabat for photographic and video assignments.
Exotic gardens Bouknade
On the north side of Bou Regreg river, sets Salé, the twin city of Rabat. Salé is also a historical city with plenty of attractions, including the exotic gardens Bouknadel created by the French horticulturalist Marcel Francois in 1950.
Rabat is the hub for organizing events and cultural gathering in Morocco.