Rabat, coastal city on the Atlantic between Casablanca and Tangier, fourth imperial and modern capital city of the Kingdom, embraces within its walls the traces of the Almohad dynasty.
It is home to the Royal Palace and is the seat of government, ministries, government agencies and embassies.
Five large doors allow you to enter in Rabat to visit its monuments and museums.
- The Mausoleum of Mohammed V, a masterpiece of traditional Moroccan art
- La Tour Hassan, unfinished mosque of the twelfth century
- The Chellah, Roman ruins on the site of the ancient city of Sala
- The Udayas, set of Almohad architecture
- Archaeological Museum : it traces the history of Morocco.
23 Rue Brihi near the Hotel Chellah (closed on Tuesday) - tel : (212) 537 70 19 19
- Bank Al-Maghrib Currency Museum
277 Angle Avenue Mohammed V and Al Qahira Street , City Centre
tel : (212) 537 70 26 26 / 537 26 90 96
- Ceramic Museum: rare pieces from various regions of Morocco
Borj Benbachir in Sale
- Oudaya Museum : Ethnographic Museum
1, Boulevard Al Marsa, Kasbah des Oudayas - tel : (212) 537 73 15 37
- National Museum of P.T.T
Avenue Mohammed V, tel : (212) 537 70 23 74
- Museum of Earth Sciences Ministry of Energy and Mines
tel : (212) 537 68 84 00
- Ethnographic Museum Belghazi
km 17, Route de Kénitra, Salé Bouknadel, tel : (212) 537 82 21 78
- Morocco Telecom Museum
Avenue Annakhil- Hay Ryad - tel : (212) 537 71 71 71