Casablanca is the biggest city in Morocco, the economic capital and has a lot to offer every visitor.

Most people skip it for no reason. In Casablanca you can spend a very special day exploring all the sites, cultural, historic or watch life as it is lived. The major attraction is the Hassan ll Mosque. There are guided tours until 2pm every day except Friday.

So for the must see things to explore and experience in Casablanca are : 

-Rick's Cafe (for a special meal)

-Corniche/Ain Diab

-Rialto Cinema

-Museum of Moroccan Judaism

-Marche Centrale

-Parc de la Ligue Arabe

-City Hall and Square Mohamed V

-Habous (New Medina)

-Old Medina

-Place Nations Unies (for a coffee at Cafe de France or Cafe Ramses to watch the old and the new Morocco go past)

 

For day trips from Casablanca:

- Rabat, the political capital to see the Hassan Tower, Kasbah De Oudayas, Chellah and the City Centre.

- El Jadida: Casablanca to El Jadida is a one hour drive down the motorway or 70 minutes by comfortable train. There's a big new AI resort there now a few miles outside town (yuk) as well as a golf course, the Portuguese City with its fabulous walls and ramparts and the Cistern. There are good beaches in El Jadida too.

- Azemmour, on the Oum Er-Rabia river. You really need a car for here as the station is a couple of km out of town. There is a fantastic view of the town by the river from the RN road bridge. There's a walled city to explore. There's a good beach too, but it's a couple of km from the centre.