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Unique Full-day Experience Casablanca City Tour

Introduction of the Casablanca City Tour

Meeting Location


Starting time

Around 08:00 am

Tour’s Duration

1 Day

Ending Location


Visiting Morocco is incomplete without experiencing the Casablanca City Tour.

A Casablanca City Tour is a worthwhile experience to explore Morocco’s largest city and discover its unique characteristics. You can marvel at the grandeur of the Hassan II Mosque, one of the world’s largest mosques, with its stunning architecture and oceanfront location. The city’s modern and cosmopolitan ambiance offers a different perspective on Morocco, providing opportunities to indulge in contemporary dining, shopping, and nightlife. Casablanca’s central location and well-connected transportation make it convenient for a day trip, allowing you to experience the city’s highlights and potentially serve as a gateway to other destinations in Morocco.

The Best Program for the Casablanca City Tour

  • Morning:

    • Start the day with a visit to the iconic Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. Marvel at its stunning architecture, intricate details, and picturesque setting by the Atlantic Ocean.
    • Explore the nearby Parc de La Ligue Arabe, a beautiful green space perfect for a leisurely stroll. Enjoy the tranquility and admire the outdoor artwork.
  • Mid-morning:

    • Head to the Old Medina, the historic heart of Casablanca. Wander through its narrow streets, filled with traditional shops and local vendors. Experience the vibrant atmosphere and browse for unique souvenirs.
    • Visit the United Nations Square, a bustling plaza that serves as a central hub for transportation and features significant landmarks such as the Clock Tower and the Porte de la Marine.
  • Lunch:

    • Take a break and enjoy a traditional Moroccan lunch at a local restaurant. Sample delicious dishes such as tagines, couscous, and freshly baked bread.
  • Afternoon:

    • Explore the modern side of Casablanca with a visit to the bustling Maarif neighborhood. Stroll along the lively Boulevard Mohammed V, lined with shops, cafes, and boutiques.
    • Visit the Morocco Mall, one of Africa’s largest shopping centers. Enjoy shopping for international brands, take a stroll along the boardwalk, or visit the mall’s attractions, such as the large aquarium.
  • Late Afternoon/Evening:

    • Take a walk along the Corniche, a picturesque coastal promenade. Enjoy the views of the ocean, visit beach clubs, or simply relax by the waterfront.
    • End the day with a visit to Rick’s Café, a famous establishment inspired by the movie “Casablanca.” Experience its nostalgic atmosphere, enjoy a drink or a meal, and soak in the ambiance.

Note: This plan can be customized based on individual preferences and the duration of the guided tour. It’s advisable to book with us to help you deep into Casablanca’s history, and culture, and ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience. Additionally, consider visiting other notable attractions in Casablanca, such as the Villa des Arts, the Habous Quarter, or the Museum of Moroccan Judaism, depending on your interests.

    Tour Include :

    • Casablanca Guided Tour
    • English-speaking driver
    • Private 4×4 with AC

    Not included :

    • Flight ticket
    • Drinks
    • Lunches
    • What is not mentioned in the itinerary
    • Entrance to the monument

    All the above-mentioned are not included in the price.

    FAQ About the Casablanca City Tour

    Is there hop on hop off in Casablanca?

    Casablanca has a well-developed public transportation system, including buses, taxis, and tramways, and (TGV), which can be used to navigate the city and reach various attractions. Additionally, guided tours and private transportation options are available for visitors who prefer a structured itinerary or personalized experience.

    Is Casablanca a walking city?

    Casablanca is a relatively spread-out city with wide avenues and large distances between attractions, so it is not generally considered a highly walkable city compared to some smaller Moroccan cities or the medinas (old towns) found in places like Marrakech or Fes. However, within certain areas, such as the city center or along the coastline, walking can be a viable option.

    Is Casablanca a Tourism City?

    Casablanca is a significant city in Morocco, known for its economic importance and business opportunities, rather than being primarily a tourism-focused city. It serves as the country’s largest commercial and industrial center, housing major companies and serving as a hub for international trade.

    Casablanca does offer some tourist attractions and experiences. Visitors can explore the historic Medina, visit the stunning Hassan II Mosque, explore contemporary art and culture at institutions like the Villa des Arts, and enjoy the city’s vibrant dining and nightlife scenes. The Corniche area also provides a beautiful waterfront location for relaxation and leisure activities.

    Casablanca City Tour Map