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Must See in Casablanca

Hassan II Mosque: You can't miss the Hassan II Mosque – it's massive, right on the waterfront, and the minaret seems to touch the sky. Take a guided tour to appreciate its intricate details and the fact that part of the floor is glass, letting you see the waves underneath.

Corniche Ain Diab: For a taste of the coastal lifestyle, head to Corniche Ain Diab. It's a long seaside promenade with cafes, restaurants, and a lively atmosphere. Perfect for a leisurely stroll or grabbing a bite with an ocean view.

Old Medina: Dive into the history of Casablanca at the Old Medina. While it's not as ancient as some other medinas in Morocco, it has its own charm with narrow streets, local markets, and a more relaxed vibe.

Rick's Café: If you're a fan of the classic movie "Casablanca," you'll appreciate Rick's Café. It's a recreation of the iconic bar from the film, complete with a piano and a classy atmosphere. Discover more on Rick's Café Here.

Museum of Moroccan Judaism: For a unique cultural experience, check out the Museum of Moroccan Judaism. It provides insights into the rich Jewish history in Morocco.

Mohammed V Square: A central hub with a mix of modern and traditional architecture. It's a great spot to start your exploration of Casablanca.

Casablanca Cathedral: A symbol of Casablanca's diverse history, the Casablanca Cathedral is a stunning piece of architecture, and its art deco design is captivating.

Central Market (Marché Central): Immerse yourself in the daily life of Casablanca at the Central Market. It's a vibrant place to shop for fresh produce, spices, and more.

Villa des Arts: If you're into art, Villa des Arts is a contemporary art museum showcasing Moroccan and international artists. The exhibits are always changing, so there's something new to discover.

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