Rabat Morocco

Morocco’s capital, Rabat, is a delightful surprise, its old quarter full of charm. Lying between the Atlantic coast and the estuary of the Bou Regreg River, it feels pleasantly provincial and is less of a tourist destination than Marrakech or Fez. Divided between the old city and the new, it is easy to walk around – the sometimes tedious hassle that occurs elsewhere is less prevalent here. The fortified Kasbah is like a Spanish village, light and airy, ali the houses are sparkling white with blue paintwork. Enclosed by huge…