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Tours in Casablanca

Visit Casablanca, Morocco's largest city, where traditional Moroccan charm meets cosmopolitan life. Situated along the picturesque shores of the Atlantic Ocean there is no shortage of things to do and see in this vibrant City.

Take a stroll through the city's neighbourhoods and marvel at the blend of French colonial influences and Moroccan craftsmanship that adorn its buildings. Get lost in the winding streets of the old Medina when the fragrance of traditional food and spices fill the air.

For those seeking relaxation, Casablanca offers stunning beaches where you can soak up the sun and unwind against the backdrop of the ocean waves. As the sun sets, Casablanca transforms into a bustling nightlife hub, with an array of trendy bars, clubs, and restaurants to suit every taste.

Whether you're drawn to its rich history, cultural diversity, or electrifying energy, Casablanca promises an unforgettable experience that you’ll never forget.

Tours to Casablanca

Take a tour through beautiful Morocco and stop off in Casablanca for a cultural experience like no other. Spend your time being guided through historic sites such as the Hassan II Mosque which boast the third largest minaret tower in the world. Then spend some time at your own leisure, sit by the ocean on Casablanca's sandy beaches or wander through the bustling town exploring the markets, shops and sampling the best of Moroccan cuisine.

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Why tour Casablanca

Casablanca is a must visit on your trip to Morocco. This economic hub of a city has a plethora of things for you to do and see. A city with ancient roots Casablanca’s development really sped up in the 19th century where its advantageous location made it the perfect spot for a trade town. There are plenty of landmarks and museums displaying the rich history of the city waiting for you to dive into.

The coastline has warm beaches and sapphire blue waters where you can't help but feel relaxed. The city is full of shopping spots, restaurants, bars, parks and gardens. Everything you could possibly want from a cosmopolitan city mixed with traditional Moroccan culture.

What to do in Casablanca

The Hassan II mosque
Hassan II Mosque

Hassan II Mosque

The Hassan II Mosque is a jewel of Islamic architecture. Nestled along the picturesque shores of Casablanca, this magnificent structure is a testament to Morocco's rich cultural heritage and is one of the most remarkable religious landmarks in the world. The craftsmanship of this mosque is truly breath-taking, it’s grand size and intricate detail make it a sight to not to be missed.

a collection of handmade Moroccan leather hats at a market stall
Leather works at a local market

Go Shopping

There are so many opportunities for retail therapy in Casablanca. Enter the Medina and find craftsmen creating stunning pieces for you to purchase. At the souks you can find everything from handcrafted teapots to stylish bags. Casablanca is also home to the largest shopping centre in Europe. The Morocco mall spans over a huge 750,000 square feet and around 600 stores shop till you drop in this modern retail wonderland.

the interior of the Hassan II Mosque
Inside the Hassan II Mosque

Visit Museums and Landmarks

Casablanca has no shortage of historical landmarks and museums. Visit the Musée Abderrahman Slaoui which houses a vast collection of Moroccan art, including ceramics, textiles, jewellery, and traditional costumes. The museum offers a fascinating glimpse into Morocco's cultural identity. Stroll over to the Royal Palace of Casablanca and marvel at the ornate ironwork and intricate gates, guarded by the royal guard in traditional dress. Whilst the palace is not open to the public it can still be admired from afar as it exudes an aura of grandeur. These sites and more can be found dotted around Casablanca's exciting city.

Frequently asked questionsFrequently asked questions

What are some of the must-visit landmarks in Casablanca?


There is so much to see in Casablanca. Here is a list of a few must-see landmarks: The Hassan II Mosque, The old Medina, Casablanca Cathedral, La Corniche, and the Royal Palace.

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When is the best time to visit Casablanca

The best time to visit Casablanca is in the summer months. Situated along the Atlantic gives Casablanca milder temperatures compared to other Moroccan cities, so the summer isn’t too hot. As well as the warm weather many of the city’s festivals take place during the summer months, making it a great time to visit.


Whether you're drawn to its architectural wonders, culinary delights, or simply the warm hospitality of its people, Casablanca promises a memorable and enriching experience for travellers seeking to immerse themselves in the unique tapestry of Moroccan life.

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