Published on : Tuesday, February 14, 2023
Casablanca is an exceptional option for a Moroccan vacation. It is situated in the northern part of the country, within the city’s urban area. Its location makes it very accessible. The city is a famous vacation spot and is often referred to as the “Golden Gateway to Africa“.
Casablanca is the economic and financial center of Morocco. It is the largest city in the country and the economic heart that keeps the country running. It is a thriving metropolis with a long history, a vibrant culture, and limitless potential.
It is the type of city that visitors from all over the world flock to, and for good reason. Casablanca is a regional business, commerce, trade, and tourism centre.
After tiring meetings, you can visit some of the places in the city to experience the Arab-Andalucía art and culture with your curious eyes.
Hasan II Mosque: Morocco’s Hassan II Mosque is the most important mosque in the country, as well as the most visited mosque in the country. A finest example of pure Moroccan architecture, it is only mosque in the world, where non-Muslims can visit. It stands over 200 metres tall, is a landmark for miles around; not to mention the exquisite architecture and intricate carvings!
The Corniche amidst the Sea: The Corniche amidst the Sea: To experience Casablanca’s fresh sea waters, stroll to the eastern end of the Corniche road. Photographs of the mosque jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean can be taken from here. Casablanca’s beachfront district, Ain Diab, is just west of here along the Corniche road.
The Central Market and Souq Haboos: Casablanca’s bustling central market (Marche Central) on Rue Allal Ben Abdallah is a must-see for tourists looking to experience the city’s hustle and bustle. The market is conveniently located in the city centre, where locals come to buy and sell everything from fresh produce to household goods. There are also many inexpensive restaurants serving hearty Moroccan fare.
The Rick’s Café: Rick’s Café should be at the top of your list of things to do in Casablanca. Kathy Kriger and architect Bill Willis created the piano bar in 2004 based on the fictional setting in Humphrey Bogart’s classic Casablanca. This bar features palm trees, brass chandeliers, table lamps, cocktails, and a baby grand piano tucked into an archway that transports you to the 1942 film.
Truly, it is a journey through time!
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