Rabat HolidaysMorocco
Dreaming of a trip to Morocco? Rabat has everything you need for a great holiday. You could visit Le mausolée Mohamed V, or how about spending an afternoon at Ruines de Chellah? Better still, it doesn't need to cost you the world. We compare hundreds of flight and hotel options …

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How to get to Rabat

Here's what you need to know about getting to Rabat. You can see the cheapest month to fly and a snapshot of flight prices for the following month. Also, don't forget to factor in your travelling time - the typical flight from London Heathrow to Rabat takes 2 hours, 55 minutes.

When to go to Rabat

Typical Holiday Price

£550 per person

The average price of hotels and apartments in Rabat varies according to the time of year. To help you plan when to go, we've looked at the hotels available on our site, then worked out the average price per night for the quietest and the busiest months.

Cheapest Month to Visit

March

Based on a typical 1 week holiday - adding together the cost of flights and accommodation - March is the cheapest month to go to Rabat.

Where to stay in Rabat

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in Rabat, according to other travellers.

Reviews of Rabat

Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford
17/09/2017

Rabat, Morocco's capital, rests along the shores of the Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean. It's known for landmarks that speak to its Islamic and French-colonial heritage, including the Kasbah of the Udayas

Heather Poechman
Heather PoechmanKingston
04/03/2016

Rabat is the perfect city for budget travellers with lots of history and character

Matthias Hagemann
Matthias HagemannStuttgart
07/11/2012

realy a lot to see, easy to spend 2 or more days, if you are in good condition you can walk nearly all

Zora O'Neill
Zora O'NeillNew YORK!
06/11/2012

It took till my third trip to Morocco to get to Rabat, and I wish I'd gone sooner. It doesn't have the hardcore exoticism of Fez or Marrakech, but it struck me as a great slice of "normal" modern Morocco. You've got your neat old medina, your massive old fort, your Andalusian gardens...and your slick new tram and your groovy 60s buildings. The feel is reasonably cosmopolitan, which is nice, but also with some strong traditional underpinnings (it has the imperial history that Casablanca lacks). It's a good scale for exploring, and the tram connects to Sale, just over the river, for even more sightseeing. Next trip, I think I'll start in Rabat!

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