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About Casablanca

Morocco Tours

From Casablanca

Immerse yourself in the magic of Morocco with tours departing from Casablanca. Discover breathtaking landscapes, ancient cities, and vibrant cultures. Explore majestic mosques, and bustling markets, and enjoy authentic Moroccan cuisine. Adventure awaits!

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from Casablanca

Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco, is a vibrant city with a rich history and culture. From Casablanca, you can take several exciting day tours to explore the nearby cities. Here are a few options:


As Morocco's political capital, Rabat is just a little over an hour's drive from Casablanca. A day trip could include visits to landmarks like the Hassan Tower, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, the Royal Palace, the Kasbah of the Udayas, and the ancient ruins of Chellah.



About 2.5 to 3 hours away by car, Marrakech is famous for its medina, the Majorelle Garden, Bahia Palace, the Koutoubia Mosque, and the lively Jemaa el-Fnaa square. It could be a long day trip, but it's certainly possible.

Tangier, Morocco, Chefchaouen


Known as the Blue Pearl, this city is famous for its blue-painted streets. It's a longer trip (about 4 hours drive), but its unique charm might be worth the journey.

Fes/Fez Morocco,


A bit farther away (about 3 hours drive), Fez is known for its stunning Medina, the oldest university in the world (University of Al Quaraouiyine), and the Royal Palace. This could be a more intense day trip due to the distance.

el jadida

El Jadida

This coastal city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its Portuguese fortified city of Mazagan. It's a shorter trip from Casablanca, so it's perfect for a more relaxed day out.


Please note that travel times might vary depending on the traffic and the exact location of your starting point in Casablanca. Make sure to verify all the details with us before the excursion.

Did you Know?

About Casablanca

Economic Hub: Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city and its economic and business capital. It’s home to the country’s major financial institutions, industrial centers, and the largest port.

Modern Architecture: Unlike many Moroccan cities with a strong historical and traditional feel, Casablanca is known for its modern architecture. The Hassan II Mosque, with its towering minaret, is a prime example of contemporary Moroccan architecture.

Cinematic Fame: Casablanca gained international fame due to the classic 1942 film “Casablanca,” starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. While much of the film was shot on Hollywood sets, the city’s name became synonymous with romance and intrigue.

Diverse Population: Casablanca is one of Morocco’s most cosmopolitan cities, with a diverse population that includes people from various regions of Morocco and expatriates from around the world. This diversity is reflected in the city’s culture, cuisine, and lifestyle.

What to do/see in Casablanca

Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and a vibrant cultural and economic hub. Here are some things you can do and see in Casablanca:

Hassan II mosque


Visit Hassan II Mosque:
This is the third-largest mosque in the world and is one of the most important landmarks in Casablanca. The mosque is located right on the Atlantic Ocean, and its minaret is the tallest in the world.
Casablanca, Morocco


Visit the Old Medina:
The Old Medina is the historic heart of Casablanca, where you can wander through narrow alleys and see traditional Moroccan architecture. The marketplaces here are also great places to shop for souvenirs and try local street food.
Try the traditional Moroccan food:


Try the traditional Moroccan food:
Casablanca is known for its delicious Moroccan cuisine, so be sure to try some of the local dishes like couscous, tajine, and pastilla. You can find great restaurants and street vendors throughout the city.
Walk along the Corniche:


Walk along the Corniche:
The Corniche is a beautiful oceanfront promenade that offers stunning views of the sea and the city. You can take a leisurely walk, jog, or bike ride along the Corniche and enjoy the fresh sea breeze.
Visit the Dar Batha Museum


Explore the Art Deco architecture:
Casablanca has a unique blend of modern and traditional architecture, and you can see some of the best examples of Art Deco buildings in the city. The most famous of these is the Casablanca Cathedral, which has been converted into a cultural center.
Visit the Museum of Moroccan Judaism:


Visit the Museum of Moroccan Judaism:
This museum is dedicated to the history and culture of the Jewish community in Morocco and is one of the few Jewish museums in the Arab world.
These are just a few of the many things to do and see in Casablanca. There are also many parks, beaches, and other cultural attractions to explore.