Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, tends to be underestimated by travellers but it has a welcoming charm all its own.
Rabat is steeped in history, from 1146 when Abd a-Mu’min built the huge fairytale fortress, through to the time of Barbary pirates and the Corsair Republics (1627) and onwards to when the French established their protectorate (1912-1930).
The sea breeze and picturesque old-style harbour settings are difficult to beat anywhere in Morocco.
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