Is the capital of Morocco. The city is located on the Atlantic coast in northwest Morocco, 40 km south of Kenitra and 240 km southwest of Tangier and the Strait of Gibraltar, and 87 km northeast of Casablanca. It is separated from the town of Salé at the mouth of the Bouregreg, hence their nickname “twin cities”.
A coastal city that has been the capital of Morocco since 1912, Rabat has a population of just over a million. Modern city, whose inhabitants are more reserved than in other Moroccan cities, it has many fascinating historical sites to visit, including the superb Kasbah des Oudaïas, built in the middle of the 12th century.