Set in Morocco’s capital on the mouth of the Bou Regreg river, the Udayas Kasbah (or as it’s also known, Oudayas Kasbah) is one of the country’s most unique sites.
Originally built in the 12th century and renovated many times since throughout the centuries, it has been home to Arab tribes, Andalusian immigrants, and some of Morocco’s most powerful sultans.
Walk up the steps leading to the imposing gate of Bab Oudaya and discover the winding streets of the Kasbah that will take you to Rabat’s oldest mosque, beautiful gardens, and an exquisite museum.
Perfectly combining historical sites with modern establishments, the Kasbah is at the same time home to some of Rabat’s oldest buildings and the place where you will find the capital’s most hip cafés and shops.
In keeping with its glorious past, the Oudayas Kasbah is today one of Rabat’s proudest features.