Our private day tours and activities will allow you to enjoy the beauties of Casablanca which is the biggest city in Morocco. It is the principal economic capital, which represents Morocco on the move and shows a new face of the country.
Departure from your hotel in the morning after breakfast.
Visit the majestic Hassan II Mosque, the world's second largest mosque. It rises above the ocean on an outcrop just northwest of the Medina. It's a vast building that holds up to 25,000 worshipers, and a further 80,000 in the squares around. To see the interior, you must take a guided tour.
Visit the Corniche, which was developed in the 20s. It is home to beaches, swimming pools, cafes, and other entertainment venues.
Tour the United Nations, together with arches of golden stones, housed in the heart of the White City. It is a huge garden with avenues lined with tall palm trees, ficus, arcades, pergolas and flower beds that shows 70 years of chic architecture.
Visit the Medina on foot, including the central market & the Habbous district. See the wall of the Medina, a fortified 18th-century bastion, as you make your way through the labyrinth of narrow streets lined with jewelers, barbers and artisans.
Visit the bar at the Hyatt regency, famous scenery of the film starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.
Visit the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart : housed in the middle of the park of the Arab League, the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart has a structure of Gothic art and art deco mix. A massive white church that gracefully blends European style and traditional Moroccan influences. The cathedral was designed by Paul Tornon in 1930 and has been used as a school, theater and cultural center.
Casablanca is getting famous for fashion and shopping, therefore, it is host of one of the biggest malls in Africa. Morocco Mall is a temple of shopping and leisure. Besides from the Morocco Mall, there is Anfa Place Shopping Centre , The Twin Center and the whole area of Maarif for shopping addicts.
Visit the Museum of Moroccan Judaism, which opened its doors for the first time in 1977. This museum offers a historical and ethnographic display on Moroccan Jewish community, with more than 1500 historical artifacts including documents, traditional clothing, ceremonial items, and a vast collection of photographs.
Return to your place of residence.