Casablanca day tours
one day tour Casablanca
Casablanca day tours and excursions offer a comprehensive selection of best Casablanca day trips to suit all travelers. Select one of our various excursions in Casablanca or enjoy tours to Morocco`s famous cities like Rabat, Marrakech, Fez, El Jadida and more.
Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco with a population of almost 4 million inhabitants and also has the largest artificial port in the world, although it has no ferry service of any kind. Casablanca Morocco is also the most liberal and progressive city Young people flirt without any hesitation with light-skinned girls, designer brands are the norm in wealthy neighborhoods, …
It is home to two international airports, so many travelers will find that Casablanca is their first taste of Morocco. Explore the can’t-miss sites of the city, such as the impressive Hassan II mosque and the art deco architecture of New Town, and then consider visiting some other nearby attractions that make for an easy day trip from Casablanca Morocco. The Roman ruins of Volubilis, the medieval Portuguese fort at El Jadida, and the capital city of Rabat are all within an easy train ride, and the cities of Marrakesh, Fez, and Tangiers are accessible within a day’s travel from Casablanca. Even if your time in Morocco is limited to only a few days, Casablanca makes an excellent modern hub for day-trippers looking to whet their appetite for traditional Moroccan culture.
Casablanca was founded in the 7th century as an independent Berber kingdom. Later it was seized by the Arabs and subsequently by Almoravids and the Merenids, then finally by the Portuguese and the Spanish. These last two cultures gave the city its name. In the middle of the 18th century, the town was destroyed by an earthquake. It was later rebuilt by Moulay Ismael, the grandson of the second ruler of the Moroccan Alaouite dynasty. In 1907, the French took control of Casablanca; they remained in control until 1956 when Morocco gained independence.
Whether you are a tourist or a business traveler, Casablanca offers an interesting blend of modern urban life and cultural accents. It is common to see men and women garbed in the latest Western fashions mingling with those wearing conservative Islamic clothing, including the hooded djellaba. Similarly, if you walk through the city, you can see modern architecture in proximity to that which is traditional Islamic. If you want to sample the local cuisine there are plenty of fine cafes and sandwich shops.
what to do in Casablanca day trips :
- Casablanca to Marrakech
- Casablanca day trip to chefchaouen
- day trip from Casablanca to Rabat
- day trips from Casablanca to Marrakech
- one day trip from Casablanca Essaouira
- Marrakech sightseeing day from Casablanca
- tours from Casablanca to chefchaouen
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