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Pittsford (town), New York

Rabat, Morocco's capital, rests along the shores of the Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean. It's known for landmarks that speak to its Islamic and French-colonial heritage, including the Kasbah of the Udayas

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Kingston

Rabat is the perfect city for budget travellers with lots of history and character

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Stuttgart, Germany

realy a lot to see, easy to spend 2 or more days, if you are in good condition you can walk nearly all

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New YORK!

It took till my third trip to Morocco to get to Rabat, and I wish I'd gone sooner. It doesn't have the hardcore exoticism of Fez or Marrakech, but it struck me as a great slice of "normal" modern Morocco. You've got your neat old medina, your massive old fort, your Andalusian gardens...and your slick new tram and your groovy 60s buildings. The feel is reasonably cosmopolitan, which is nice, but also with some strong traditional underpinnings (it has the imperial history that Casablanca lacks). It's a good scale for exploring, and the tram connects to Sale, just over the river, for even more sightseeing. Next trip, I think I'll start in Rabat!

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Santa Monica, California

modern part of morroco, you won't see many tourists here, it's best if you know a friend who lives there that can show you around

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Jakarta, Indonesia

Even though it is not a popular tourist destination, Rabat, being one of the Imperial cities, is very charming. Perhaps it's location by the sea made it more 'relax' compared to the rest of Imperial cities in Morroco. The kasbah Oudayah is a must visit place, where you can find white and blue painted house inside the walled city.

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Leominster

Understated and fun. Souks are amazing and getting a 'river' taxi across from Sale is an unforgettable experience. However beware of taxis - Fiats won't cross the bridge back and it can be a long walk if you are in the campsite in Sale

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Newport Beach, California, USA

This is the capital of Morocco with lots of the standard capital city attractions. Try to get to know some locals as they are generally quite friendly once they get home, and you might even be able to score a cous-cous meal with a family.

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i been morocco twice and rabat is a nice city with kind and lovely people

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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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