The driver will pick you up from your Casablanca hotel and drive you to Rabat. Visit Challah, the Udayas Kasbah, the Mohamed V Mausoleum, and the Hassan Tower over the course of many hours.Departure from your Casablanca hotel in the morning.
Lunch will be provided (optional) at a nearby restaurant.
Hassan II’s Mosque is a must-see. The Hassan II Mosque, built by French architect Michel Pineau, is located in Casablanca. It is built on a bluff overlooking the Atlantic, which can be viewed via a massive glass floor that can accommodate 25,000 worshipers. With a height of 210 meters, it has the world’s highest minaret. It is a massive architectural marvel and the world’s second biggest religious structure. Non-Muslims are welcome to visit the Hassan II Mosque on Fridays. The promontory of Hassan II’s Mosque provides magnificent views of Casa in the residential Anfa district.
After that, drive to Rabat for a half-day tour of the Imperial City.
You will learn about Rabat’s history and admire its magnificent domes, minarets, broad avenues, and green areas throughout your trip. Your guide will lead you on a stroll around the Oudaa Kasbah’s magnificent Almohad northern walls. Visit the Musée de Oudaa, Moulay Ismael’s palace, which houses Moroccan traditional art collections. Relax in the Moorish-style Andalusian garden before heading to the historic medina.
Cafe Maure offers tea and pastries as an option.
Stroll through the maze of souks and artisan stores in the medina. On Thursdays, witness the carpet auction in Place Souk el-Ghezel, the Wool Market Square. Take notice of the decorative patterns and moldings on the residential area’s doors. Take a stroll along the renowned and bustling Rue des Consuls, which was formerly the home of foreign consuls. Shop for clothing, shoes, food, and other crafts at the many stores. In Agadal, you may buy Moroccan antiquities. The ancient Jewish mellah is worth a visit.
Lunch on authentic Moroccan cuisine at a medina restaurant with views of the Atlantic or in the coastal town of Sale.
The Hassan Tower, which sits on a hill above the Wadi Bou Regreg, is the next stop. A massive mosque that is iconic of Rabat and is known for its unfinished minaret, which is home to storks. Visit Mohammed V’s magnificent Mausoleum, which has stained glass windows, white marble, a wrought-iron entrance, and a staircase leading to an enormous dome, just next door. The Bank of Morocco, the Musée de la Poste, and the Saint-Pierre Cathedral are all located in Ville Nouvelle, which has large boulevards, open green areas, and roads lined with apartment blocks.
Visit the Musée Archéologie, which contains a large collection of archaeological artifacts, as well as the breathtakingly magnificent Necropolis at Chellah, the remaining relics of Sale’s Roman town.
After our Casablanca rabat tour , we will either return to Casablanca or to your accommodation in Rabat.