During this incredible daytrip, guests will visit a long list of notable locations, including the Chellah ruins, Odaya's Kasbah, the Hassan Tower, and a lot more.
Visit to the Chellah ruins, located in the site of the ancient city of Sale at the mouth of Bouregreg Chellah, it is the quietest place in Rabat .
Visit to the Odaya’s Kasbah, inside of which you can visit an ancient military prison, gardens, a museum and the famous blue and white Odaya streets.
Visit to the Hassan Tower. The symbol of Rabat, the Sultan Yacoub El Mansour (12th century) wanted to build the largest mosque in the Muslim world after the Samarra in Iraq. Unfortunately, the work was abandoned after his death in 1199. The tower was peaking at over 60m, but only reached 44m. Originally the minaret was built to accommodate up to 40,000 people. Its style is a masterpiece of traditional Moroccan art.
Visit to the Mohammed V mausoleum, the royal tomb which houses the tombs of Mohammed V, his son Moulay Abdellah, and Hassan II.
Visit to the Archaeological Museum of Rabat, one of the most beautiful museums in Morocco and the richest in everything related to prehistoric and pre-Islamic area.
Visit to the "Villa Des Arts", a rich vessel of arts and culture in Morocco.