Casablanca is the biggest and the most modern Moroccan city, well known as economical capital of the country. The biggest tourist attraction of the city is the Hassan II mosque, built on the ocean and one of the biggest in the world. That’s the only mosque in Morocco accessible for non-Muslim tourists. The old and the new medina of Casablanca are also worth a visit. The dinner in Rick’s Café, the restaurant from the film “Casablanca”, is a must and a place to feel the real charm of the first part of the twentieth century.
Casablanca dispose of the biggest airport in Morocco and that’s why many groups start and finish their travel here. The city has a big choice of hotels, mostly in business style though. There are no all-inclusive hotels in Casablanca and those with swimming pools are rather few.
The connection between Casablanca and all other big cities in Morocco is very good and mostly consist of highways. That gives the opportunity to organise even one day excursions to Atlantic side capital of the country, Rabat or to the oriental Marrakech. That’s also why Casablanca is a good starting point to different travel and trips programmes. You can start a round-trip here or go for a stay to Marrakech, Essaouira or even Agadir.