Kasbah of the Udayas

This ancient citadel overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and offers stunning views of Rabat. Its narrow streets, whitewashed houses, and picturesque gardens make it a must-visit.

Hassan Tower

This unfinished minaret is part of an ambitious mosque project that was never completed. Nonetheless, it remains a significant historical landmark in Rabat.


Once a Roman settlement, Chellah is now a picturesque necropolis with ancient ruins, including a mosque, tombs, and gardens. It's a tranquil spot away from the city's hustle and bustle.

Royal Palace (Dar al-Makhzen)

While you can't enter the official residence of the Moroccan monarch, you can still admire its impressive gates and guards from outside.

Mohammed V Mausoleum

This mausoleum is the final resting place of King Mohammed V and his two sons, King Hassan II and Prince Abdallah. It's an architectural masterpiece adorned with intricate mosaics and carved marble.

Rabat Beaches

Rabat boasts several beautiful beaches along the Atlantic coast, such as Plage de Rabat and Plage de Temara, where you can relax, swim, or engage in water sports.