Casablanca is the economic capital and the largest city in Morocco; It is also considered as one of the largest cities in Africa; with its 6 million inhabitants. This metropolis hosts the headquarters of the large international and national companies operating in Morocco. Casablanca is famous also for hosting the largest mosque in Africa (the Hassan II mosque) and in the city, you may find many religious monuments of different religions such as churches and cathedrals. If you are searching for an outstanding discovery of what Morocco has to offer, a private tour might be the right kind of tour for you. All our tours can be tailored just the way our clients wish. These quality tours are flexible; comfortable and secure. It does not matter if you want to experience the most known destinations of Morocco or if you are more excited to wander around the roads less traveled, our private tours are the perfect option.
• Mosquée of Hassan 2
• Musée of Hassan 2
• the corniche ain diab
• old medina
• morocco mall
• port of casablanca
• Rik's coffe
Departure from Marrakech to the economic capital of Morocco at 7:00 am, Casablanca which literally means "the white house", referring to the ruins of a whitewashed house that served as a landmark for Iberian sailors who sailed in the area. Casablanca is a stunning metropolis, varied in tradition and ultra-modernism; it has inherited a rich art-deco heritage.
Stage 1: Hassan II Mosque
First step of the discovery of the economic capital of Morocco, the majestic Hassan II mosque, the second largest mosque in the world open to non-Muslims, this mosque is absolutely extraordinary: the highest minaret in the Muslim world, the largest prayer space in Africa, and a true symbol of the city. A mixture of modern techniques and ancient Moroccan know-how. It will offer a superb visit!
Step 2: Old medina
Then the souk of the medina Bab Marrakech is the old medina surrounded by ramparts
Considered as the oldest district of the city, Bab Marrakech was created in the 20th century. There are also charming small hotels that date from the time of the protectorate, it is very pleasant and allows you to discover the daily life of the inhabitants
Stage 3: United Nations Square
Another curiosity: the Place des Nations Unis, makes the link, like a bridge between the past and the present, it is the meeting point of the main roads. You can find everything nearby: a streetcar station, the souk, luxury hotels, restaurants, cafes, stores but also banks, headquarters of major companies, travel agencies ... visit the bar of the Hyatt Regency, famous set of the film starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman for a final coffee break.
Stage 4: The Corniche and Morocco Mall
On the other hand, the Corniche, another flagship location of the city was accommodated in the 20s. It alternates beaches, swimming pools, cafes and other places of entertainment very popular by the Casablanca people on weekends.
Then the great Morocco Mall For some it is the best for last, Morocco Mall opened in 2011, the Morocco Mall is the 20th largest shopping mall in the world and the 2nd largest in Africa. A true national pride, it is a shopping paradise and one of the most important symbols of Casablanca's economic dynamism.
Step: 5 Rik’s Coffe
Rick's Café was developed by Kathy Kriger de (1946-2018), a former trade advisor at the American Consulate in Casablanca1 . Following the attacks of 11 September 2001, she decided to resign and embark on a project2 to recreate Rick's Café Américain, the fictional bar made famous in 1942 by Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in the film classic Casablanca.
She opened Rick's Café on 1 March 20043 in an old mansion built in 1930 against the walls of the old medina of Casablanca.
Inside you will find the most important international chains of stores but also many attractions such as an aquarium, an ice rink and an amusement park.
✓ Transportation with driver guide
✓ High quality and reliable service
✓ Transport insurance
✓ Liability insurance.
✓ All taxes
X Entrance fee to the Hassan II Mosque