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Rabat Travel and Tourism

Rabat is located in Morocco and its geographical coordinates are latitude : 34.0253° N and longitude : 6.8361° W.
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Christmas in Morocco - Rabat
Christmas in Morocco Christmas in Morocco is limited to about 100,000 adherents. These are the people of French descent who are present since the colonial times or else some are immigrants. Christianity is the second largest religion in Morocco after Islam. The actual figures of Christians are uncertain as the expatriates are not included in the statistics. Christmas in Morocco is a great time to visit the country. Christmas in Morocco means the clergy in the churches perform rituals for the benefits of the members of the members. In some cases, a member attends the churches as well as cathedrals to perform the rituals. But some everyday rituals are performed daily for those who are not present. Many of the Orthodox Christian groups...

Holidays in Morocco - Rabat
Holidays in Morocco Holidays in Morocco are quite magical. The place has got some hypnotic quality which works the moment you reach it. The sands shine like finely ground gold. There are exotic souks which have scent of spice. One will find shimmering belly dancers which go past you in a hue of colors. The Holidays in Morocco will have a memorable impact on you. The place gives an enchanting experience to everyone. The Holidays in Morocco depend on what you7 are looking for. If you are looking for sun drenched sands with plenty of bars and restaurant as well as clubs with the drink running the music running, then go to Awadir, which is a premier holiday resort in Morocco. For those of you wanting to escape the cacophony of city life,...

Excursions in Morocco - Rabat
Excursions in Morocco Excursions in Morocco are great choice for the best of Morocco Tours. One gets the smell of sharp spices in the souks and also of the wild flowers of the Moroccan desert. One can savor the cuisines from the different regions of Mechui, Tagines and Almond Pastilles. The white sand shores with the lapping of ocean or the bright blue sky as seen from an ancient palace or a crumbling Kasbah give Excursions in Morocco a memorable experience. For Excursions in Morocco, there are an extensive range of options available for tourists. These include Marrakesh City Tours, Day Trip Tangier, Tours of Bars and Clubs, Grand Sahara Tour and Marrakesh Atlas Mountain Tour. Marrakesh City Tours is a walking tour of the oldest and...

When to Go Morocco - Rabat
When to Go Morocco On the northern coast the weather is tourist-friendly pretty much all year round, although winter can bring cool and wet conditions. Beaches further south are prone to fog in the summer months, a phenomenon caused when the heat of the desert meets the chill Atlantic current. In the lowlands, the cooler months from October to April are popular among visitors. This time of year is pleasantly warm to hot (around 30°C) during the day and cool to cold (around 15°C) at night. Winter in the higher regions demands some serious insulation. If you're heading into the hills, the ski season usually lasts from December to March. April to October is the main trekking season, when the mountain snows start to thaw. In high season (...

Literature of Morocco - Rabat
Literature of Morocco Moroccan literature is written in Arabic, Berber and French. It also contains literature produced in Al-Andalus. Under the Almohad dynasty Morocco experienced a period of prosperity and brilliance of learning. The Almohad built the Marrakech Koutoubia Mosque, which accommodated no fewer than 25,000 people, but was also famed for its books, manuscripts, libraries and book shops, which gave it its name; the first book bazaar in history. The Almohad Caliph Abu Yakub had a great love for collecting books. He founded a great library, which was eventually carried to the Casbah and turned into a public library. Modern Moroccan literature began in the 1930s. Two main factors gave Morocco a pulse toward witnessing the birth...