Visit the famous place in Morocco, “Casablanca”.
Explore the historic places in this city.
Discover the big Mosque In Morocco.
Experience a tour of this magnificent architectural wonder is Morocco’s largest mosque and a must-see for every tourist to Casablanca.
Around 07:00 in the morning start your trip from your hotel or residence accommodation with our professional driver to take the road to the big city in Morocco.
Although Morocco is a Muslim-majority country, there are a few Christian churches in the country, including in Casablanca. One of the most notable churches in Casablanca is the Church of the Sacred Heart, also known as the Église du Sacré-Cœur in French. The Church of the Sacred Heart is located in the city center of Casablanca, near the bustling Place de Nations Unies. The church was built in the early 20th century during the French colonial period. The church is still in use today and holds regular Catholic Mass services in French and Arabic. Visitors are welcome to attend the services, but they are also free to visit the church outside of Mass hours to admire its beautiful architecture and take photos.
Visit the Hassan II Mosque which is one of the most iconic landmarks of Casablanca and is considered one of the largest mosques in the world. Its minaret is the tallest religious structure in the world, standing at 210 meters high. The mosque is open to non-Muslim visitors, but it’s recommended to check the visiting hours beforehand.
After visiting the mosque and at lunchtime, you can go to a local restaurant as there are many restaurants in Casablanca that serve traditional Moroccan cuisine. You can try dishes like tagine, couscous, and Harira, which are all staples of Moroccan cuisine.
Visit the Art Deco buildings: Casablanca is known for its Art Deco architecture, which was popular in the city during the 1920s and 1930s. Some of the most famous Art Deco buildings in Casablanca include the Villa des Arts, the Cinema Rialto, and the Hotel Guynemer.
Of course, after visiting all these places, you can take a stroll along the Corniche, a palm-lined boulevard that runs along the coastline. The Corniche offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and is lined with luxurious hotels, restaurants, and cafes.
Morocco Mall is the big Mall in Africa so you can just check with your friend/group if you want to visit it and the drive will take you to explore it.
Return to Marrakech: After a full day of exploring Casablanca.
Overall, a day trip from Marrakech to Casablanca is a great way to experience two of Morocco’s most fascinating cities in a short amount of time. However, keep in mind that Casablanca is a large city with many attractions, so it’s impossible to see everything in just one day.
The tour will be canceled if there is no group or due to inclement weather.
The entry fee for the Hassan II Mosque is €12 per person and payable in cash on-site.