It is a long walk and you have to leave your passport with the staff before you can walk in the Palace garden which is nothing special except very large. You cannot go near the Palace and can only take photos from very far away....More
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I visited the Royal Palace of Rabat with my family as part of the guided tour. You can see the buildings from the outside and that's it. What made the tour interesting for us and worth the visit was actually our tour guide who taught...More
This is a vast place worth visiting, very tranquil as compared to city center. There are some photo ops, with gate, buildings, and storks.
Since the reign of sultan Muhammad ibn Abdallah, thesultans and kings have maintained a palace in Rabat. The current building was built in 1864, to replace the older palace, by Muhammed IV. Morocco had been formerly under the controlof the French since 1912, and they...More
Our tour of Rabat started with a visit to the Royal Palace. As other reviewers have noted we can not approach too close to the palace - we had to stay across a several lane wide "road". Our tour guide changed the visit from an...More
Very strong security around the Palace. Made it clear not to go too close. Weren't fond of cameras either. Pleased we didn't make a special trip to visit!
It gives a good impression of the nationa thinking about the Royal Family and her livingstyle. I'm not sure how close you can come individual We had a guided tour.
The grounds of the Royal Palace of Rabat are beautiful but you can only view the palace itself at a distance. But, in our travels through Morocco, it was the only royal palace we were even able to venture within the gates. Additionally from the...More