After spending the night in Casablanca, this day will be devoted to visit the largest and most important city in Morocco and Africa, both economically and demographically. Where we will visit one of biggest mosque in the world called Mosque Hassan II with an altitude of 200 meters, and the only mosque in the country that non-Muslims tourist can visit. After visiting the mosque we will head to Rabat the official capital of Morocco and the second largest city, serves as the country’s capital and hosts all foreign embassies. Located at the mouth of the Bou Regreg River on the Atlantic Ocean, Rabat has merged with neighboring Temara and Salé to form a conurbation which is home to more than 1.8 million people. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Rabat presents an interesting blend of old and new, and visitors will find a busy, modern city with several historical and cultural attractions to explore such as the Kasbahs of Oudaya and the magnificent mausoleum Mohamed V and Hassan II.
Dinner and overnight in the riad.