Cheap tickets to Rabat

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Last minute flights to Rabat

Departure Tue, 13 Jun Return Sat, 17 Jun
CRL Brussels
RBA Rabat
return from 63€
Departure Thu, 08 Jun Return Thu, 22 Jun
MAD Madrid
RBA Rabat
return from 34€
Departure Sat, 10 Jun Return Thu, 22 Jun
STN London
RBA Rabat
return from 65€
Departure Thu, 08 Jun Return Mon, 12 Jun
TRN Turin
RBA Rabat
return from 337€
Popular flight routes to Rabat
Brussels - Rabat
return from 230€
Madrid - Rabat
return from 68€
Beirut - Rabat
return from 875€
Budapest - Rabat
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Jeddah - Rabat
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Cairo - Rabat
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Rabat holidays

Rabat sights and attractions

Clinging to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, Rabat is flush with historical landmarks, clean golden beaches, contemporary architecture and an ancient medina. This fascinating amalgamation of old and new tells a history that spans Phoenician, Roman, Almohad and Merenid rule, which can be witnessed as much through the historic streets and properties of times gone by, as in the modern infrastructure, shopping malls and teeming restaurants. The city is also renowned for its music festivals, in particular the highly regarded annual Mawazine world music festival, which hosts many international and local music artists, as well as smaller events too.

What to do in Rabat

Rabat's main sights and central area is compact, making it a good walking city and a pleasant way to see the sights. The Kasbah and Old Medina should not be missed, as well as the Chellah, an old city said to have Carthaginian origins. Weary limbs can be rested on the beach, or pull up a seat at a shady pavement café and sip mint tea as the world glides by.

During your stay in Rabat, you can:

  • Visit the ramparts of Chellah, a pre-Islamic fortified city in the heart of the Rabat
  • Check out the carvings on the Hassan Tower
  • Wander through the white-washed streets of the Kasbah des Oudaias, in the oldest section of the city
  • Relax in the stunning Andalusian gardens amid fruit trees and bougainvillea
  • Enjoy a breezy seaside walk by the beach or for something more active take on some water sports
  • Soak up the sights and sounds of the Old Medina and haggle for souvenirs and keepsakes
  • Take a look at the King's Palace, the Dâr-al-Makhzen, an elaborate building constructed in the 19th century
  • Try a tagine, a North African Berber dish cooked in an earthenware pot
  • Drink mint tea accompanied by sugary-sweet pastries
  • Visit during Mawazine, the city's celebrated world music festival
Rabat

Airports in Rabat

Passengers travelling to Rabat will land at Rabat–Salé Airport (also known as Salé Airport). This modern airport is located in the city of Salé close to Rabat, and offers facilities such as a café-bar, duty-free shopping and an ATM.

  • Rabat–Salé Airport

    Top Carriers

    A number of airlines offer cheap flights to Rabat including: Royal Air Maroc, Ryanair and Etihad Airways.

    Location

    Rabat–Salé Airport is situated approximately 6 miles from the city centre.

    Transportation

    Passengers can connect with the city centre via a public bus service, or by taking a taxi from the stand in front of the terminal building.