Tours & Tickets
Casablanca is the cosmopolitan, industrial, and economic heart of Morocco, as well as its largest city with about 4 million inhabitants. Though not as atmospheric as other cities in the country, Casablanca is the better representation of modern Morocco. With a small median and a busy ville novelle, travelers may not be tempted to stay but the spectacular Hassan II Mosque and nightlife scene are worth hanging around for at least a day and night. Although Casablanca's long history dates back to the 10th century, visitors today will mostly find Morocco's most liberal and progressive city.
The Rick cafe is found in Casablanca and was copied from the coffee shop in Casablanca in 1942, translated as "Netherlands Spies". The film stars Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart and is set against the backdrop of World War II. It tells the story of the spies that lived during the war and love that took place at Rick's Cafe.
The Miami Beach Boardwalk is a scenic view of the sea and is a beautiful place in Casablanca. The famous local attractions, Hassan II Mosque and Rick Café are all around. At the end of the Miami Beach Boardwalk, almost to the end of the turn, there is a well-known local coffee shop "Miami", from which the avenue gets the name.
Casablanca is a Moroccan city, bordering the Atlantic Ocean, with evergreen trees and a pleasant climate. The old town of Casablanca is located in the ancient market in the heart of Casablanca and sells handicrafts and souvenirs. Looking out over the sea from the sea, there is a blue sky and sea water, with a high and low white outline. The hotels, restaurants and entertainment facilities along the coast are nestled under neat rows of tall palm trees and orange trees, with its unique and unique appeal.