Casablanca – Things To Do in Casablanca

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Casablanca is today the economic capital of Morocco and its largest city, located on the Atlantic coast bordered by magnificent beaches which make it a seaside destination that is still in competition. It is approximately 80 km south of Rabat, with a population of 3,594,352 inhabitants in 2021, it is the most populous city in the Maghreb. Casablanca is the third tourist city in Morocco and people go there mainly Wfor business.

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Twin  Center

The Twin Center is the new landmark of the Casablanca business district.

At more than 100 meters high, the twin towers dominate the horizon and form the most coordinated and dynamic professional environment possible, as evidenced by their particularly carefully designed design in terms of technology, efficiency and comfort, located in the golden triangle.

The Twin Center towers express the modernity of Casablanca well.

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Sacré-Cœur Cathedral

The French architect Paul Tournon, who also designed several churches in France, represents an interesting experiment in the decorative use of cast concrete, in Morocco with the Sacré-Cœur Cathedral in Casablanca.

This imposing cathedral is built in a neo-Gothic style with Art Deco and Moroccan Muslim influences.

The windows which pierce the upper parts of the cathedral are reminiscent of a decoration for mosques. The exterior buttresses along the roof feature sharp right angles instead of the usual curves.

Mohamed V Square

In addition, Place Mohamed V is the heart of the administrative district of Casablanca: there we find the buildings of the French Consulate, the Palace of Justice, the Prefecture, the Post Office and the Bank. Its particularity lies in its modern architecture and its surprising monuments such as the statue of General Lyautey erected after the First World War.

A modern city located by the sea, Casablanca has it all.

Ain Diab Corniche

Stretching over several kilometers, the Boulevard de la Corniche is a long, very pleasant avenue where you can walk and jog from the lighthouse to the end of the pier, enjoying a beautiful panorama of the Atlantic Ocean.

Many activities are on the program: cafes, restaurants, ice cream sellers, luxury hotels, playgrounds, leisure centers (Sindibad), shows, clubs, cinemas, all at affordable prices.

An essential place for tourists coming to enjoy the sea air and stroll on the beach…

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Morocco Mall Shopping Center

Also, Morocco Mall is a shopping center where one can find stores that reflect the mall’s mission as a “local and global” destination. On the third floor, a real “souk” has been recreated. It brings together 48 artisans who celebrate the cultural variety of the country as well as traditional Moroccan crafts. Without forgetting the multinationals present there such as McDonald’s, Burger King, and H&M…

You can find here a video shared in our channel about Casablanca.

Comments (2)

  • April 11, 2024

    GETTING TO KNOW MOROCCO - CASABLANCA - Maroc Maker | Morocco Travel Guide - Moroccan Blog

    […] there are more skyscrapers in Casablanca than minarets, the city is known for its impressive and largest mosque, the Hassan II Mosque, which […]

  • April 27, 2024


    Casablanca a beautiful city and It is like New York. It’s the economic city in Morocco, all big companies have their office their.

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