As well as being able to visit its art exhibitions, there is a great restaurant with student prices.
Germany in Rabat? That’s right!
The German cultural embassy in Rabat, the Goethe Institute, has so many free-time activities available, that it’s almost an independent arts centre in itself. The only difference is that it contemplates art, literature, theatre and other disciplines from a German perspective. If you intend on having a long stay in Rabat and you’re a fan of languages, you can enquire about the German courses on offer. Equally, if you’re interested in German cinema, its film library hosts a cycle of film seasons that won’t disappoint. Amongst its latest projects is “La3bodaba”, which the institute describes as “serious fun” and consists of developing theatre programmes and workshops of stage experimentation in conjunction with local company, Dabateatr, as well as taking part in exchanges with other international companies. The Goethe Institute also boasts a café with a distinctly European atmosphere, serving pizzas, salads, wines and beers at ridiculously low prices. But don’t expect a refined menu with imported beer, for it’s aimed at the student public.