Rabat,the capital of Morocco since 1956, is a wonderful place to visit. Its unique offerings and ideal climate make Rabat the first green city in Morocco, that is slowly but surely gaining international recognition.
The city is located between the Atlantic Ocean and the mouth of the river BouRegreg. Rabat wonderfully combines its unique cultural and architectural heritage with trendy modernity, the reason for its economic predominance in Morocco. Rabat was declared the first green city of Morocco and is known for its environmentally friendly approaches to sustainable development. Rabat also ranked second in CNN’s hottest tourist destinations for 2013!
The unique charm of the moroccan city and its sustainable urbanism make for the preservation of the city’s numerous historical sites. This explains why UNESCO has placed the city on the World Heritage List. Rabat is one of the most evocative sites of Morocco and proudly showcases the country’s rich heritage and intriguing history.