Casablanca Things to Do

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  • 1. Hassan II Mosque

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The new mosque of Hassan II it's a marvel of architecture, looking big and being bigger than it looks, favoured by its location entering the sea. I didn't visit the interior, which, for non Muslims,...

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  • 2. Old Medina

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The old part of Casablanca, within a set of city walls and known as the Medina, is surprisingly easy to miss. You could wander around the city centre for a few hours, then take a taxi out to the big...

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  • 3. La Corniche

    After leaving Fes my next destination was Marrakesh, rather a long six-hour train journey, so I decided to break it in Casablanca and as the weather was hot I could rest on the Corniche beach for a...

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  • 4. Quartiers des Habous

    Some distance south of the city centre, after blocks of drab apartments and offices, things suddenly perk up a little bit. A stone mosque with what looks like a village green out the front, narrow...

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  • 5. Modern City Life

    I'm usually an old building fan, so in the Arab World, I generally get my kicks in the medinas where the oldest and most interesting quarters are found, and hardly visit the new modern parts of town....

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  • 6. Cathédrale de Sacré-Coeur

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Just off the square, look out for two sparkling white towers and a spiky roof...this is the Cathedrale du Sacre Coeur, an odd yet beautiful Moroccan-colonial building. The first time I came to visit,...

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  • 7. Prefecture Mechouar

    Casablanca is not a touristy city, nor the best place to see Moroccan art and architecture, but, if you're there, then one of the best visits should be...

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  • 8. Smoke argila (shisha)waterpipe

    Smoking Argila is very common in daily life,there are many places and cafes that serve Argila s well.do not be surpised to see women in the cafes that also...

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  • 9. Cathedral Tower

    Pay 20 dirhams, and you can climb up the tower for an amazing view of the whole city. But before you part with your money, I ought to say that this is only...

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  • 10. Place Mohammed V

    The most impressive part of modern casablanca is probably the Place Mohammed V, a wide open space with fountains and pigeons and palm trees, surrounded by...

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  • 11. Freshly Produced

    The market only operates during daylight hours, so I didn't have a chance to see it "in action" despite staying opposite it.However the small stores/eateries...

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  • 12. Notre Dame des Lourdes

    Notre Dame de Lourdes is a Catholic Church built by the French, and finished shortly before Morocco got its independence in 1956. It is no longer in use. This...

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  • 13. The Technopark

    The Technopark is a huge modern building to the south of the city. It is the country’s first industrial park and was opened in 2001. It was built to increase...

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  • 14. El Hank Lighthouse

    The El Hank lighthouse was built in 1905 on a rocky cliff not far from the Hassan II Mausoleum. It stands at 45 metres high and was at the time the tallest...

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  • 15. I have a spot in my heart for ...

    I have a spot in my heart for minarets. I can't explain why they appeal to me so much. But I adore these 'horned' mosques and always take pictures of them.In...

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  • 16. Ethical Spa tourism

    This is not only an excellent activity for travellers but also an initiative that is helping single mothers and creating social change in Morocco. An...

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  • 17. Architecture

    Many different and interesting architectural styles can be seen in Casablanca. This includes French Colonial, Moorish, Art Deco etc.The best way to find these...

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  • 18. Mehkamat Albasha

    This building is located in Al Hoboos quarter behind the Royal Palace. You’ll find few Arabic book stores near by. To go inside first you’ll have to go to...

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  • 19. Mauresque

    When the French took over the country. They established the new neighborhoods of the city. The new colonial building featured a mixture between French and...

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  • 20. The Old Cathedral and de la ligue Arabe Park

    This was the first Church built in Casablanca. It has lots on Moroccan architecture features. It is no longer used as a church. After independence it was used...

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  • 21. The Lincoln Hotel

    The Lincoln Hotel is an old establishment that was built in the 1916. The building was abandoned long time ago and the city was thinking of demolishing it and...

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  • 22. Syndicate du Tourism

    If you want to save time than visit this place and ask for a tour guide who will show you around Casablanca. The tour will cost you 450 DH for 3 people and it...

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  • 23. Mahakma Pasha

    Place Mohammed V is the center of town, and the site of most of the government functions - among the fine French colonial buildings that adorn this new town...

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  • 24. Parc de la ligue arabe

    The Parc de la ligue arabe (Arab League park) is a wonderful park with plenty of different pal trees, as well as paths, green fields, and benches. It's also and...

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  • 25. Ancienne Medina

    Even though the ancienne Medina is the oldest part of the city, the medina looks much newer than it is and feels more like a European town than a medieval...

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