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Bacsinszky Tours The Rabat Medina

As the top seed at the Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem, Timea Bacsinszky was treated to a special tour of Old Rabat. Check out the nine best pictures here!

Published April 27, 2016 12:10

As the top seed at the Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem, Timea Bacsinszky was treated to a special tour.
As the top seed at the Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem, Timea Bacsinszky was treated to a special tour.
Bacsinszky got to visit Rabat’s medina and walk through the historic maze-like streets.
Bacsinszky got to visit Rabat’s medina and walk through the historic maze-like streets.
There’s much to see in Old Rabat: the entire quarter is listed as a World Heritage site.
There’s much to see in Old Rabat: the entire quarter is listed as a World Heritage site.
Bacsinszky also saw
Bacsinszky also saw "La Rue Des Consuls," a part of the old town with local traditional shops.
There she was able to check out Rabat’s well known craftsmanship and jewelry.
There she was able to check out Rabat’s well known craftsmanship and jewelry.
After shopping, the Swiss player was treated to another Morocco tradition…
After shopping, the Swiss player was treated to another Morocco tradition…
…she learned the art of bartering!
…she learned the art of bartering!
Check out Bacsinszky’s new necklace!
Check out Bacsinszky’s new necklace!
Rabat is the WTA's lone stop in Africa, and has been staged in several cities in Morocco including Casablanca, Fes, Marrakech and finally the Moroccan capital.
Rabat is the WTA's lone stop in Africa, and has been staged in several cities in Morocco including Casablanca, Fes, Marrakech and finally the Moroccan capital.
  • As the top seed at the Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem, Timea Bacsinszky was treated to a special tour.
  • Bacsinszky got to visit Rabat’s medina and walk through the historic maze-like streets.
  • There’s much to see in Old Rabat: the entire quarter is listed as a World Heritage site.
  • Bacsinszky also saw
  • There she was able to check out Rabat’s well known craftsmanship and jewelry.
  • After shopping, the Swiss player was treated to another Morocco tradition…
  • …she learned the art of bartering!
  • Check out Bacsinszky’s new necklace!
  • Rabat is the WTA's lone stop in Africa, and has been staged in several cities in Morocco including Casablanca, Fes, Marrakech and finally the Moroccan capital.
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