Casablanca is located on Morocco's Atlantic coast, 87 kilometers south of Rabat and 244 kilometers north of Marrakech. It is the country's commercial center and largest city, with a population of over five million. Although it is known as a commercial city, fewer travelers have explored its fantastic attractions.
From the glamorous coastline to one of Morocco's most magnificent mosques, you will have a fantastic trip in Casablanca.
What to do in Casablanca? and How to explore this remarkable city? It is cushy; I will tell you all the city's highlights in this article.
Hassan II Mosque
The iconic Hassan II Mosque, completed in 1993, is on a platform overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It is Africa's second-largest mosque, and it is open to non-Muslim tourists.
It can accommodate up to 25,000 worshipers. In this incredible Mosque, Muslims pray on a glass floor directly over the sea, an extraordinary experience.
Here are the top beautiful museums to visit on your trip:
Musée de la Fondation Abderrahman Slaoui
Musée de la Fondation Abderrahman Slaoui is a beautiful museum that exhibits Moroccan art, including glamorous jewelry, pretty handmade ceramics, and furniture.
Dar El Ala Museum
The Dar El Ala Museum is unique for those who love Moroccan Andalusian music, including instruments, art, and performances.
How to get to Casablanca from Rabat?
Luckily, these cities are so close that you can take the train from Rabat to explore Casablanca.