Once you have visited the Medina in Fes, other medinas in other Morocco cities will be nothing special.
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We spent part of every day we were in Rabat shopping in the Medina.The women's coop textile shop was especially nice, with no haggle fair prices. Also liked the jewelry shop with a pair of large lion statues in front, and make sure to ask...More
After being in much dodgier medinas this one was refreshing. Not being harassed by every creepy man you come across is nice. A very pleasant feel to the place. Can look in shops without being annoyed. A touch cleaner too. And in the corner closest...More
It is a very different medina from the other ones that I have already visited . People live in the houses that are very well cared and the streets are clean with no garbage!!
Most people come to Morocco and go to Casa or Marrakech or Tangier/Fes. If you want to shop, come to Rabat and go the Medina here. The prices are much more reasonable, as Rabat doesn't have the voluminous amounts of tourists like the other places...More
We always visit the medinas when in Morocco. This one in Rabat was easier to navigate than most so it's not that difficult to find your way in or out and find shops that you went to previously.
We lived with a young family in the medina of Rabat in April, 2017 and were fascinated with the maze of tiny streets, small businesses, and homes hidden from view behind steel doors but surprisingly welcoming once this protective barricade was opened. Our host's home...More