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Things To Do in Casablanca

Hassan II Mosque
379 Reviews
City | ​​landmark
_We***05Just magic. This mosque is the largest mosque in Africa and the 10th largest in the world. It’s around 40 min walk from city centre, but better to take a taxi.
Miami Beach Boardwalk
88 Reviews
事事随缘Morocco-Casablanca, when you enter, you immediately feel that this country is a bit different from what I imagined. After traveling all the way to Marrakech, the ancient city of Fez, Chefchaouen and Rabat, I can say with certainty that this Morocco in northwestern Africa has subverted all my imagination. No wonder many people say it is a "fake "Africa" country. To the west is the endless Atlantic Ocean, to the north is the amorous Mediterranean Sea, separated from Spain by the famous Strait of Gibraltar, and to the south is the stunning Western Sahara Desert. In many people's minds, Morocco is the mysterious and exotic place in the movie "The Bourgge" starring Humphrey Bogart in 1942. But because of history, Morocco has independently developed a rich culture that blends Berbers, Arabs, Africans and Europeans for centuries. Walking on the streets of any city, in addition to Arabic, but also French, many street signs are online at the same time in two languages. The economy is at an upper-middle level, and it is a relatively rich and relatively free country in the entire African continent. See the world freely
Old Medina of Casablanca
69 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Featured Neighbourhood
天鹅湖的青蛙The escape route from WWII, except for Lisbon. It's Paris to Marseille, across the Mediterranean to Orang, and across the African coastline. Get a mirror visa to Lisbon.
Square of Mohammed V
37 Reviews
_We***41near the mousqe and the beach, you can see the moroccan people life and soend some hours in the spa if you wants
45 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
juki235The sage area of Casablanca is the most lively neighborhood in this ancient city. It not only has prosperous commerce, but also many ancient mosques and squares. It is the first destination of the entire Casablanca city tour, and it is worth visiting. , To learn about the long history and ancient city scenery here.
Notre Dame de Lourdes
24 Reviews
158***49It was an accident to arrive at this church. We discovered it by accident while navigating. But unexpectedly found that the church is really beautiful, especially the sunlight passing through the stained glass, reflecting the colorful light, holy and beautiful. Inside the church, the stories from the Bible made up of stained glass are particularly eye-catching. Although it is a niche place, it is worth a visit.

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Casa Tramway
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Musée Abderrahman Slaoui
Musée Abderrahman SlaouiCasablanca,Morocco

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Phare d'el Hank
Phare d'el HankCasablanca,Morocco

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Villa des Arts de Casablanca
Villa des Arts de CasablancaCasablanca,Morocco

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Plage Lalla Meriem
Plage Lalla MeriemCasablanca,Morocco

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Casablanca Travel Tips

About Casablanca

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.

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Casablanca Weather

Apr 11, 2021
Mostly Cloudy
12 ~ 22
Apr 12, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
12 / 21
Apr 13, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
14 / 22
Apr 14, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
14 / 22
Apr 15, 2021
Partly Sunny
13 / 21
Apr 16, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
12 / 22
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Casablanca
Apr 11, 2021 Casablanca Weather:Mostly Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:55%, Sunrise/Sunset:06:06/18:58
Casablanca Driving:Suitable, Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable

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