Rabat food lovers paradise walking tour
Discover the rich culinary heritage of Rabat on a food tour that will take you to the heart of the city’s vibrant food scene. Start your journey at the iconic Hassan Tower, symbolizing the city’s rich history. From there, you will visit the bustling Rabat Old Market, where you’ll sample some of the freshest produce and spices in the city. Take a stroll to the Dar El Medina, a traditional Moroccan restaurant that offers a unique dining experience. Enjoy flavors of traditional Moroccan dishes cooked with fresh ingredients and served in a charming, atmospheric setting. Finally, end your tour in the heart of Rabat Medina, famous for its narrow, winding streets, stunning architecture, and various street food and local specialties, from savory kebabs to sweet pastries and everything in between. With its rich history and diverse food culture, Rabat is a food lover’s paradise. So join us on this incredible food tour and experience the city’s culinary delights for yourself!
- Professional local tour guide
- Food Tasting
- Food tasting costs
Route & Duration
A 12th-century minaret, one of Rabat's most famous landmarks, is the best place to enjoy panoramic city views and have traditional Moroccan mint tea.
Rabat Old Market
Rabat's Old Market is a unique destination for food lovers taking a food tour. The market standout in offering a range of traditional Moroccan dishes that visitors can try, such as tagine, couscous, and pastilla. The market is also filled with food stalls offering a range of street food and traditional dishes.
Dar El Medina
Dar El Medina is a beautifully restored traditional Moroccan riad, featuring traditional architecture and decor, such as intricate tile work, carved plaster, and wooden beams. It has a restaurant that serves traditional Moroccan cuisine, and guests can enjoy their meals in the courtyard or on the rooftop terrace. Perfect place for those who want to experience the traditional Moroccan lifestyle and culture, while enjoying the comfort and luxury of a modern hotel.
The medina of Rabat is known for its traditional architecture, with narrow winding streets and whitewashed houses. The UNESCO World Heritage site is great to experience the traditional Moroccan lifestyle and culture while discovering traditional markets and restaurants.
Meet a guide at the main entrance to the Hassan tower (Boulevard Mohamed Lyazidi, Rabat, Morocco) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.