Stepping out from the famous movie, Casablanca has so far affirmed the attraction of the place known as the romantic city. Different from the romance in the movies in the style of the 40s of the last century, Casablanca has now transformed strongly, crowded, gathering all skin colors and nationalities. With a coastal location, Casablanca’s climate is pleasant all year round. Visitors to Casablanca will surely be satisfied by the warmth and freshness of the Mediterranean climate.

Casablanca stands out with white tones covering magnificent architecture. The wide boulevards lined with trees, the stone streets running around the corners, and the downtown area are designed with a unique aesthetic. The streets appear with maze-like lanes and mossy old houses attracting the curiosity of many visitors.

Traditional features are still preserved in Casablanca with street vendors, or street corners selling handicrafts. Even in the squares, one can find dancers and snake handlers, or storytellers who carry the breath of “One Thousand and One Nights”.

The pride of the city of Casablanca is the Hassan II mosque. This is an interesting destination that anyone traveling to Morocco must visit once. Hassan II is also the rare mosque that allows non-Muslims to enter. With its grand scale and architectural marvels, it is one of the largest mosques in the world.

Another popular spot is the Corniche, a beachfront neighborhood to the south of Casablanca. It is full of nightclubs and cafes with beautiful ocean views. Many visitors come to this neighborhood to enjoy a peaceful afternoon stroll, soak up the sun and relax.

For those who love the movie Casablanca, Rick’s Cafe is not to be missed. Like a time machine, Rick’s Cafe takes visitors back to the 40s of the last century and is immersed in the atmosphere of the classic movie.

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