The old part of Rabat looks gorgeous with many of those winding streets (sometimes it's hard not to lose the orientation)! However, it has so many street cats who unfortunately all do 'their business' on the pathaways. Quite helpful poeple though, always ready to help if you get lost.
Old towns give a sense of history and also the local culture so while the place is not the cleanest and not the most orderly and inviting, it is still worth wandering around to get a real feel for the place.
Just go and watch how the other half live. These people know how to make a living out of nothing. It is worth a sit and watch. Get a coffee, watch and enjoy. Spend a day, everything is so cheap. Even get a local guide. GREAT
You can forget the time you live in. Just relive your body, soul and mind to the charm of old town. Walk slowly and calmly through streets and feel the Old Town.
None fof the photos relect the actual location of the old town - knonw as 'Kasbah of the Udayas'. You can easily see the gates of Bab l'oduya once through the medina,though you need to cross the dual -carriageway - cars dont travel that fast due to the incline Beyond the gate it's generally a street windng residential era, with... 更多
When u go to Rabat , u have to stop at Old Medina. U can see a lot of old buildings with the Moroccan touch. I enjoyed a lot walking in the streets and watching the wonderful sight scenes.
These were our very first days in Maroc. Simply said you cannot visit Rabat and not visit Old Town. Even better if you stay in Old Town. Also remember customs are different, and although there are a few bars that serve alcohol, they are very few in number. Also places that sell alcohol to go, almost non existent. From what... 更多
The old town of Rabat is a real old place. Its narrow streets can sometimes be mistaken for corridors and it is bustling with all sorts of attractions. The cafes in particular are very attractive.
An experience to behold... a walking tour is must to appreciate what treasures lie in the maze of alleys in Old town Rabat. I was told there are some 14 or 15 gates into the Old Town. Enjoyed the experience very much.