Introductions of Rabat

Located at northern Morocco, Rabat may not be as a popular destination as Casablanca and Marrakesh, but the capital offers a series of attractions and some excellent dining choices away from annoying tourist crowds.

The narrow alleys and low buildings of Rabat’s medina (old quarter) come in contrast with palm-lined boulevards and French colonial mansions, creating a fascinating architectural mix.

Although Morocco is an Islamic country, alcohol is freely sold and served. However, Rabat has a bit of a quieter nightlife scene than Casablanca or Marrakesh. There are several places which operate at night hours but do not serve alcohol. Most bars and night clubs are in western style, some of them located within international hotels.

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