Rabat, the capital of Morocco, is the symbol of durability of the kingdom. Located at the mouth of the river Bouregreg, Rabat is home to the Royal Palace of his majesty King Mohamed VI.
The city is the headquarters of the government, parliament, ministries and administrations. It was also the first universities city in the country. The city boasts of an important archaeological heritage dating back from 12th century.
Another incursion in time arises from the solitary and romantic Chellah where the Merenide monarchs rest to the beautifully sculpted Hassan Tour.
Bab er-Rouah, the gate of winds, is the most beautiful and magnificent monument giving direct access to the Hassan Tour and the famous tomb of the late king Mohamed V who fulfilled Morocco’s independence.