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From the charisma of a quintessential ancient city to the liveliness of a metropolis; Casablanca in Morocco offers a variety of experiences to every traveler. Home to the largest African mosque-Hasan-II, Casablanca also boasts several vibrant districts such as Medina and Corniche to explore. Plus, the city enables the tourists to revel in countless festivals, activities, shopping sprees and breathtaking sights.Best Time to Visit Casablanca
Casablanca boasts a pleasant weather throughout the year and enables tourists to fly in enjoy their escape. Sun seekers can travel the city in the summer months (June to August). Likewise, those who love a little chilly weather can visit during springs (April and May). Most of the festivals, including International Festival of Video and Jazzblanca Festival, are hosted in summers.Casablanca Top Attractions Hassan II Mosque
A must visit location in Casablanca, Hassan II Mosque, is world’s fifth largest mosque and features the tallest minarets (210 meters). This architectural masterpiece was designed by a French architect Michel Pinseau to honor a former king. It can accommodate up to 25,000 worshippers. The visitors can take an hour long tour of the mosque with guides elaborating the surprising facts in English, French, Spanish and a few more languages.Clock Tower
Rebuilt in 1994, the Clock Tower in downtown Casablanca is one of the most frequented tourist attractions in the city. The tower is 20 meters tall and has four huge clocks facing every direction. The area is also one of the main entrance points to the old Medina and therefore remains packed almost all day.Villa des Arts de Casablanca
One of the most popular tourist attractions in Casablanca, Villa des Arts is located in an Art Deco villa. Operated by the nonprofit ONA Foundation; the Villa des Arts is home to cultural activities in the city. It’s known to host frequent exhibitions and shows of modern Moroccan and international art and promote the talents from across the world.Shopping in Casablanca Souq Habous
Among the limited shopping scene in the city, Souq Habous is a gem, offering some spectacular shopping experience. Though this traditional bazaar is a little pricey, the exquisite and quality products cover for that. Nestled in Quartier Habous, the souq offers some fantastic traditional clothes, spices, ceramics and leather slippers in Souq Habous.Ancienne Medina
Ancient Medina (the old city) has some nice shopping areas featuring arrays of shops that sell a variety of products. Remarkable beaded jewelries, antique coins, carved wooden toys and showpieces can be great picks for keepsakes. Also, you will feel the authentic Moroccan essence in this old part of the city.Morocco Mall
One of the snazziest malls in Casablanca, Morocco Mall, is a great shopping and entertainment complex. Along with brands like Aldo, Armani, Gant, Gucci and H&M, the mall houses over 300 shops. The mall also boasts a huge aquarium which has more than 40 species of fish and an IMAX theatre.Dining and Nightlife Scene in Casablanca Restaurant Brasserie La Bavaroise
This acclaimed restaurant in Casablanca has been frequented by the elite Moroccans and expats for years. It’s most famous for serving quality beef amidst a traditional setting. You can also relish several other dishes including decadent desserts, steaks, some French dishes, fresh salads and local oysters. La Bavaroise also serves a wide range of top-notch wines.Marny
This laid back café located in Ferme Bretonne is a nice place for a light meal with family and friends. The café’s specialty – pastries and gateaux are must try along with a lip-smacking coffee. The nearby Cour des Sports rugby club and the French Club complement the cafés location.VIP Club
This old club, located in Rue des Dunes, is still a thriving venue in the city’s nightlife scene. It has a loyal Moroccan crowd who visit here now and then, plus, the expats find this place equally appealing. You can sample some of the finest drinks in Casablanca at VIP Club and groove on its huge dance floor till you drop.Sky 28
Sky 28 is a restaurant, bar and club known for offering exclusive cocktails, playing trendy music and live DJs. Perched atop the Kenzi Tower Hotel, the club also offers breathtaking views of the city. Sky 28 also boasts a classy interior and state of the art lighting. Along with fine drinks, you can also devour sushi, oysters and succulent burgers.Day Trip Destinations from Casablanca Boulaouane Kasbah
More than three centuries old, Boulaouane Kasbah is a popular day trip destination from Casablanca. Located in the south of Casablanca, the magnificent fortress is known as a tranquil place. Along with the unique location of this fortress and architecture, tourists can also enjoy the beautiful sights of the Wadi Oum er-Rbia River. Also, the ten-meter tall towers offer a fantastic view of the landscape around the Kasbah.Fes
Another popular tourist destination in Morocco is Fes – an appealing city located about three hours of drive away from Casablanca. Fes is an amazing day trip destination (better if you stay at least a couple of days) for expats in Casablanca. You can devour some mouth-watering dishes and shop for hand-made souvenirs.How to Save on Casablanca Flights
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