Is a contrasting destination combining culture and relaxation, traditions and modernity.
The old medina (Bab Marrakech), the central market and the Derb Ghallef (a large flea market) are some of the most picturesque sites in the white city.
The Habbous district or “new medina” is known for its craft shops.
In sharp contrast, the city is also home to the largest shopping center in Morocco and the Maghreb: the Twin Center Casablanca. These two 115-meter-high twin towers bring together some 130 shops on 3 levels.
Do not miss to visit the great Hassan II Mosque which is the jewel of the city and the Place Mohammed V: you will see the wilaya of Casablanca and its Tuscan-inspired campanile as well as the Palace of Justice of Arab-Andalusian inspiration.
Lovers of art and architecture will be able to admire numerous Art Deco style facades along Avenue Mohammed-V and Boulevard 11-janvier and visit the Museum of the Villa des Arts. The city also has some renowned art galleries, including the Espace Actua, the Galerie Venise Cadre and the Amphitrium.