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Private Guided Tour of Casablanca
"Your private tour begins with pick up from either the port airport or local hotel. Your air-conditioned chauffeured van and guide will provide a safe and comfortable experience as you start your journey exploring Morocco's largest city.Begin with a must see - Hassan II Mosque which was finished in 1993. Its minaret is the world's tallest at 689 ft (210 metres) and can hold up to 105000 worshipers including 25
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Private Guided Tour of Casablanca
"Your private tour begins with pick up from either the port airport or local hotel. Your air-conditioned chauffeured van and guide will provide a safe and comfortable experience as you start your journey exploring Morocco's largest city.Begin with a must see - Hassan II Mosque which was finished in 1993. Its minaret is the world's tallest at 689 ft (210 metres) and can hold up to 105000 worshipers including 25
From $375.00
 
Casablanca Half-Day Sightseeing Tour
"Meet in the Racine area or opt for hotel pickup if you are staying in the center of Casablanca. Hop aboard a comfortable sedan minivan or coach depending on the size of your group and sit back as your guide takes you through the city. During your 3-hour tour you’ll discover the vast size of Casablanca which is the largest city in Morocco and the country’s major economic industrial and cultural center. Start with a visit to the United Nations Place
From EUR68.00

Old Medina Tips (19)

The Medina

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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maykal
Apr 30, 2011

A Peek Into History

I didn't get a chance to go to the Old Medina, but passed by it in a Petit Taxi enroute from Casa Voyageurs train station to the Hassan II Mosque.If you're looking for postcards of Casablanca, other...
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ellyse
Apr 05, 2010

Medina

I'm meaning the old medina, not the new one. It was just closing as I arrived and not yet open the next morning as I was leaving.So, I just had a quick look round. Make sure you have a good map if...
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iaint
Dec 23, 2009

City walls

I was very surprised when I saw low and unimposing city walls of large city of Casablanca. In all other cities I visited in Morocco the city walls dominated the image of the city. But there was...
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matcrazy1
Aug 05, 2009

The Suq

Walking around Casablanca we came across a wall with an arched entrance. Entering ,we found ourselves in the old medina with its suq of winding alleys . It was colourful- in spite of the rain. Houses...
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uglyscot
Jul 28, 2009

The Old Medina

The Old Medina is enclosed by stone walls in the old part of the city. It is small and offers a labyrinth of alleys. There are only two of gates out of the original four which allow you to gain entry...
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keeweechic
Jan 13, 2009

Sidi Belyoot Mosque and grave

Sidi Belyoott is the Patron Saint of Casablanca. His name is Omar Ben Haroon and he died around 1165 AD. He was a blind holy man who the locals saw being befriended by a pride of barberry lions so he...
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Doctor38
Jun 12, 2008

Souqs

The souq in the Medina is most probably more expensive. I think during my visit, it was not high tourist season, and I could take my time doing shopping. Some typical Moroccan items on sale like...
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PierreZA
Apr 30, 2008

Old City

Although the walled Medina is the oldest part of the city, it does not really have that old feel to it. There are several entrances, but most easy to identify would be the entrance at the clock...
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PierreZA
Apr 30, 2008

The Medina (the Old City).

The Medina (the Old City) is a must to visit. Fascinating shops, living history.This is the real Casablanca. The shopkeepers and stallholders are trying to make money out of the tourists who visit of...
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colin_bramso
Mar 21, 2008

Bab Marrakesh and Old Madina

Bab Marrakesh is a massive gate at the walls of the medina. It is located behind the Hyatt Hotel. Once you pass through the gate you’ll enter the old Medina. You’ll find all kinds of Souvenirs from...
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Doctor38
Jan 16, 2008

Saqala

I did not know wither to put this under things to do or to put under restaurants!!The Saqala is part of the wall of the old town. It has a view of the Harbor; It is a watch tower that comes with its...
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Doctor38
Jan 16, 2008
 
 
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Things to Do Near Old Medina

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Hassan II Mosque

Since I was not allowed to go inside, I spent about half an hour outside of the mosques taking pictures. Its location is pretty, by the Atlantic Ocean. I read that about 25.000 people can be...
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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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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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Cathédrale de Sacré-Coeur

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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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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