Things to see in Casablanca
Although officially Morocco is an Islamic country, we can nevertheless catch glimpses of other religions in monuments such as Casablanca Cathedral, a Christian place of worship, built in the twentieth century in a most interesting architectural style. Read on to find out more.
Cities with fascinating stories to tell, wonderful scenery… Get ready for an excursion from Casablanca, and discover Morocco’s most precious treasures.
Cities are built based on their history, the passing of time and the different historical periods that they have lived. An example of this is the Quartier Habous, or Habous quarter, one of the main areas of Casablanca. Check out its attractions
United Nations Square is an iconic spot in Casablanca. Built at the entrance to the Medina during the time when Morocco was a French Protectorate, it is now one of the city’s major hubs.
One of the five largest mosques in the world, the Hassan II Mosque is a true icon of Casablanca and, of course, a sight not to be missed.
The Medina of Casablanca is a must on any visit to this city on Morocco’s Atlantic coast. This area is the legacy of the past of a city that underwent major development in the 20th century under French influence, and is an area of interesting historical and cultural value. Welcome to the Medina of Casablanca!
Casablanca conceals a Royal Palace within its streets. Although you cannot go inside, Casablanca’s Royal Palace is one of the city’s most beautiful monuments.
Long beaches, restaurants, nightclubs, shopping centres…and breath-taking sunsets. Casablanca’s Atlantic coastline is bursting with life.
Modern and cosmopolitan, yet at the same time historic and traditional… Morocco’s biggest city offers a combination of attractions that together make it a magical place.