It's a long walk from the entrance into the complex. You have to first get clearance using your passports. Then walk to the outside...no access inside so it's ok for a quick stop if you have time...
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This is really a walk about on the inside of the outside of the palace grounds. You can't get into the palace or the legislative halls. We had a group and tour guide who was able to explain what we were looking at, and some...More
I understand you cannot visit inside the walls of the Palace. The entrance doors and gates are lovely. Only needs a short visit.
We saw it from outside as we were short on time We were told by our driver/guide that we need to apply for a permit (not a normal ticket) to visit the palace.
Wonderful Berber architecture of the gate; visiting of the Royal Palace is not possible, but taking photos from outsite is allowed Locaded in the royal and govenmental area of Rabat
We had the chance to tour it from outside and it is the principal palace that the King uses. Unfortunatly he was in France while we were there.
It depends on what you expect from this place: If you want to see A PALACE and enter to places than this is not what you think. Just to enter to the outside court, the guards will ask you to leave your passport with the...More