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Casablanca is the largest city of Morocco, as well as the economic and industrial capital and the port of the country. Situated on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and with magnificent mild weather all year round, this city is one of the most visited in Morocco.
It is the most modern part of the area, representing a cosmopolitan spirit and forming a harmonious union between history and cutting-edge design. Those who visit this city find large skyscrapers and spacious avenues interspersed with old buildings.
This Moroccan metropolis is one of the prime locations of the North African region thanks to its numerous places of interest.
Any traveller who comes to the city and who stays in a hotel in Casablanca will be delighted visiting this extensive city of such unique and disparate places such as the Arabic League Park, the islet of Sidi Abderrahmane, the Jewish Museum and the Habus neighbourhood (the ideal place to buy local handicrafts).
Without a doubt, one of the biggest attractions of this city is the Hassan II Mosque. This mosque, the tallest in the world, was built at the end of the 20th century on an artificial island and it is the only Moroccan mosque that is open to non-Muslim tourists.
Strolling through the Old Medina, discovering buildings of great importance, such as the Church of the Sacred Heart or the Twin Centre towers, discovering the colonial city and the luxurious Anfa district are just some experiences that the visitor also should not miss.
Film lovers have a perfect place in Rick’s Café, a replica of the establishment with the same name from the famous film Casablanca. Additionally, this city also gives travellers an opportunity to enjoy traditional Moroccan cuisine.
The fascinating promenade of Casablanca, The Corniche, is an ideal place for exploring and enjoying a beautiful maritime landscape. In addition to good weather, the city has fantastic beaches where you can practice water sports such as surfing.
Casablanca is an ideal city for beach tourism, shopping and for those seeking a lively nightlife. The city boasts the second largest shopping centre in Africa with 200,000 square metres of floor space – the Morocco Mall.
The Mohammed V Airport is a communication centre with very prominent connections with Europe, making this city an important business centre.