Casablanca, the “white” city of Morocco, is the city where culture and economy meet; the modern infrastructures blend with Arab-Muslim heritage and legacies of the colonial period, creating a fascinating bridge between Morocco’s past and present.
Start exploring the city from the medina, which is one of latest medinas built in Morocco, stroll through the centre and its art-deco buildings, have coffee in traditional cafes, and enjoy your lunch in mouthwatering restaurants. Don’t forget to visit the Hassan II mosque, with splendid architecture, built on the water.
Casablanca is a city nearby the Atlantic ocean. Beautiful palm trees create paths leading to well-equipped beaches, where you can enjoy fun activities such as diving, jet-skiing, and boating.
Let yourself be carried away from the festivity of the city; visit its famous clubs and well-known festivals like Casablanca Festival, Jazzablanca, or Tremplin L’Boulevard.
The White City will amaze you. Casablanca is the city, where culture, economy, peacefulness, and festivity blend seamlessly.