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Reviewed 10 February 2018

Ancient fortress provides up close views of storks as well as interesting historical information. Took lots of pictures.

Thank Pat D
Reviewed 3 February 2018

We visited here on our first full day in Morocco. It was delightful. Very scenic and offers the chance for many excellent photo opps. I'd love to return.

Thank Deb7111
Reviewed 31 January 2018

We arrived at Chellah in the afternoon when the golden sunlight danced on the Roman ruins. Our guide met us inside the ancient walled citadel and gave an interesting commentary as we passed by remains of a holy necropolis and complex including mosque, minaret, and...More

1  Thank MsLiz64
Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

A very good stay in this Chellah. All kind of plants are growing inside. Very nice view of the Roman and Arabic “houses”. A lot of birds.

Thank NicDuPrez
Reviewed 25 January 2018 via mobile

We arrived at this place to see the French dugout for Roman treasure but place is the burial ground. There is a little water pool believed to be the wishing Well. Plantation around the place was being well maintained.

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Reviewed 23 January 2018 via mobile

A nice place to visit in the afternoon - sunset or morning. Amazing for photos and opportunity to see storks in the upper parts of the walls of the ruins. Beautiful site, and one of the must see places in Rabat.

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Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

Highly recommended collection of Roman ruins, enhanced by numerous stork nests and a lot of cats. Well worth visiting.

2  Thank Fiona L
Reviewed 21 January 2018 via mobile

Small site with Roman and Berber remains in a walled enclosure. Worth a visit for the sense of layered history but not overly well maintained and the remains are of limited visual interest. Focus tends to be on the many storks that nest in the...More

1  Thank mikemurphy00
Reviewed 16 January 2018

We were here at the end of the day, wich meant that we had the beautiful sunset to glow up the whole place. We did find it hard to imagine everything so a guide could me recommended.

Thank AnniedeCavia
Reviewed 9 January 2018 via mobile

This park with ancient ruins, just outside the Rabat city walls, houses many storks and cats. A beautiful and quiet place, for a little exploring and relaxing.

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nurin s
2 October 2017|
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Response from Eamon131 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is a parking area in front of the entrance. It is mainly used by tourist coaches but they don't fill the area.
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bovna p
20 November 2015|
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Response from imdarkside | Reviewed this property |
You dont necessarily need a tour guide. The town is easy to get around simply by walking to most of the spots. In the kasba you will find some "tour guides" that will show you around. They expect a tip so be clear up... More
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