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Comme son nom l’indique le jardin Belvédère, traduit le concept d’aménagement des vues qui est l’un des soucis majeurs de la conception des villes nouvelles. Il revêt une dimension historique dans la mémoire de la ville du fait qu’il a arbitré la première foire de Rabat à l’automne 1917. Ce jardin offre un panorama exceptionnel cadrant la muraille almohade, il est rehaussé par la construction de la bibliothèque nationale en...More details
Between Rabat and Kenitra, on a plateau stretching from the ocean up to 80 km inland, lies the 133,000 hectares of Maamora forest: the first cork oak forest in the world. It is the green lung of a green capital. It is an exceptional place for walking and hiking. In 2006, an eco-museum was inaugurated. It allows to understand the ecosystem and to learn the actions necessary to preserve it.More details
It’s the lung of the capital. It is located near Moulay Abdellah sports complex and the National School of Athletics. It spreads over several hectares of eucalyptus, oak and pine, and offers a perfect place for nature lovers and hikers. A well-marked track, more than 5 km long, allows everyone to do sports while having fun. To the West, there is the Atlantic Ocean and the string of beaches with...More details
Walking along Bouregreg from Oudayas we reach, after having climbed the “ramp”, the gardens of Hassan Tower. Open since 2003, these gardens are now the meeting place for the families of Rabat, in front of Bouregreg and near ponds and fountains. The developers of this Moorish garden were obviously inspired by the gardens of the Alcazar of Seville, since Hassan Tower, which dominates these gardens, is the twin sister of...More details
This green space is very much appreciated by the inhabitants of Rabat as well as by foreign visitors who find there an ideal shaded place (eucalyptus forest) for the practice of sports or just for a walk. Three tracks are available depending on the stamina of each person: 800, 1500 and 3000 meters.More details
Between medina and the new city, le triangle du vue park has been welcoming for generations (established in 1924) the inhabitants of Rabat in need of freshness. Having been cleared of the bus depot that adjoined it along Hassan II Avenue, and facing the Andalusian wall and the “Bab Shellah” tram station, le triangle du vue park (Nouzhat Hassan) is now the big public park that Rabat deserves. Recently, the...More details
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