Full Day Rabat City Private Tour with Guide and Driver at Your Disposal
Have your own private guide and driver for a full day to see the sights and shop, at your disposal around the beautiful city of Rabat.
As Morocco's capital, a guided private tour to Rabat is the jewel in the crown of Morocco. The most stunning museum, the royal palace is situated here. The calmness of Rabat is a welcome change from the hustle and bustle of Casablanca!
The charming Kasbah ( I can't help myself by singing ' Rock the Kasbah' every time I hear the word !)
Breathe in the stunning views of the blue and white homes and flowered streets, take a seat at the small cafe and drink some mint tea and eat a pastry or two!
After this, you can take a short walk to the medina, full of lovely colourful rugs and leather workshops and a chance to do some shopping for the great handmade embroidered slippers, after all, the walking you may need a pair!
After you have been here trying and travel to the beautiful romantic city of Casablanca, visiting the real Casablanca with a private tour, you could be forgiven for thinking you are in chic Paris when walking around, due to the beautiful art deco buildings and little expensive boutiques and restaurants.
The best times to visit maybe Spring or Autumn when there are fewer tourists, and the weather is very mild. However, spring can be a very busy time of year too, and this also reflects on the hotel costs. There are many religious festivals throughout the year, and as the majority of the population are Muslim, they will be observing the holy months of Ramadan. The tour guides can let you know appropriate dates.
The private tour guide said it is best to have 120 euros per day with you and that should cover you for food, drink and some shopping, The ATM always seem to run out of money quickly! However, your hotel can probably exchange the cash for you. Learn to haggle everywhere it is more beneficial, and they love it and saves you money.It is cheaper to eat whilst wandering around the medina rather than the bigger restaurants.
Always take cash with you and try and have the correct amount as no one seems to have small change anywhere! Prices were the same as most European cities, and we spent around 120 euros per day. The ATM always seem to run out of money quickly! However, your hotel can probably exchange the cash for you. Most shops take credit cards, but smaller stores and markets don't. Learn to haggle everywhere it is more beneficial, and they love it and save money.
Travelling to Rabat anytime throughout the year if fine as the climate is fairly the same due to it being situated around the Mediterranean, it is lucky to have a lovely breeze off the sea. May to August is the busiest months and more expensive time for flights and accommodation. The locals leave during the summers months and head to cooler destinations.Therefore it is a quieter time to visit Rabat. Winter in Rabat is cold and not accessible to visit.