It's lovely walking through the little streets. The views are beautiful from the top and the mosque is old and quaint.
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We found it very interesting because it is still being lived in and used. I enjoyed taking photos of the many beautiful doors and narrow streets.
Enjoyed wandering the twisting streets with colorful blue and white buildings. Little shops tucked here and there amongst the local residents homes. Cafe was lovely . Nice view.no one bothered you . Felt very peaceful. Well worth a stroll
Beautifully positioned on the Atlantic it's a great place to go and watch the sun set. You will be offered by many to take a tour inside the walls of the Kasbah. Be cautious or take an official guided tour and learn the history -...More
The Kasbah itself is ordinary but splendid views of the Atlantic Ocean. This is the best view of Atlantic in both Rabat and Casablanca. Walking towards the Kasbah, you will see some rinse pd blue wash walls similar to the ones in Chefchaouen town.
A really beautiful place that changes in the evening as it gets dark. Well worth a visit and a mint tea in the cafe overlooking the sea.
Historical wall, gates, towers, houses and alleys; famose coffee with wounderful view to the Harbor and the new town of Rabat; a lot of shops for tourists
My friends took me here to see this place as they thought it was worth seeing. And believe me it was. A great combination of great architecture, scenes of the cities across the ocean, a mini blue city in the midst of it all and...More
Dont let yourself be fooled into paying some dude 20 dn for entry - its free. Its good to see views of the harbour and beach and just nice to walk around, away from the rush of the Medina