17 Days Morocco Tours start and end at Casablanca. we suggest this itinerary for the travelers who want to visit Morocco without a lot of hours driving and to take more time to visit each part of the itinerary. this program starts from Casablanca going through Rabat, Asilah, Tangier, Chefchaouen, Volubilis, Meknes, Fez, Midelt, Merzouga Sahara Desert, Boumalen Dades, Todra Gorges, Ouarzazate, Marrakech, Essaouira, and back to Casablanca.
Hassan II Mosque
The stunning Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca’s top tourist attractions, is one of the largest mosques worldwide and one of few religious sites in Morocco that allows visitors to see inside. Michel Pinseau, the French architect, created this elaborate mosque, constructed to celebrate the 60th birthday of King Hassan II. You’ll be impressed by Moorish and Islamic Arabic style, marbled-walls, a cedar hand-carved retractable roof, Italian Carrera marbled columns, and Venetian glass chandeliers inside the mosque. With a capacity of more than 100,000 worshipers, Hassan II Mosque has the second tallest minaret in the world at 210 m.
Old Medina of Casablanca
The Old Medina of Casablanca is situated in the north between the majestic seafront Hassan II Mosque and the port. It depicts the pre-20th century Casablanca surrounded by defense walls. The old Medina is a smaller space and a bit narrower and busier comparing the new Medina, where you can find everything from brass-work, leather goods, and linens to traditional food and spices, handicrafts, and jewelry.
Mohammed V Square
The Mohammed V Square, located near the United Nations Square to the north, is the center of new Casablanca, housing some of the city’s most stunning architecture. The square was built to honor the former Sultan in the early 20th century around a monumental fountain lit up in the evening. Mohammed V square, representing a mix of Art Deco and the Mauresque style architecture of the French colonial era, is home to many of Casablanca’s administrative buildings, including the Bank of Morocco, the Post Office, the Court of Justice, and the French Consulate designed by Architect Henri Prost.
The Ain Diab Corniche is one of the most fashionable quarters on the western seafront of Casablanca, where you can find beach resorts and classy, stylish hotels. The shrine and mausoleum Sidi Aberrahman is the district’s main attraction and a significant gathering spot for Muslim pilgrimage at the western tip of the Corniche. The Ain Diab Resort welcomes locals and tourists on summer days and nights when the Corniche turns to Casablanca’s nightlife’s central destination.
Quartier Habous (New Medina)
Habous Quarter or Casablanca’s New Medina is one of the most atmospheric areas featured with neat alleyways, small tree-lined squares, elegant arcades, lie in the southeast of the city. Meander around the Habous and soak up the fantastic mix of traditional Maghrebi architecture and French colonial structures. The Habous Quarter houses notable Hispano-Moorish design buildings of Mohammed V Mosque, Moulay Youssef Mosque, Royal Palace of Casablanca, and the Mahakma of the Pasha.
Eglise Notre Dame de Lourdes
The Notre Dame de Lourdes Cathedral is a magnificent symbol of modern architecture in Casablanca and a significant worship hub for Morocco’s Roman Catholic population. Architect Achille Dangleterre constructed the cathedral in 1954 with a white concrete facade resembling a warehouse than a church with a simple white cross. Take a stroll around the structure and soak up its artistry and the dazzling kaleidoscope 800 square meters of glass.
Casablanca Central Market
In the heart of Casablanca, the Marche Central de Casablanca welcomes you with a rainbow of spices, mounds of vegetables and fruit, an extensive array of shellfish and fish, and exotic smells and sights. The city’s primary market is a crammed daily market situated along the bustling shopping street of Muhammad V Boulevard. Take a stroll around the market and taste the local culture. After shopping at a bargain, take a seat in one of the abundant famous fish restaurants for lunch.
United Nations Square
United Nations Square is the boundary between the new town and the ancient Old Medina constructed during French rule in the 20th century. The busiest public square in Casablanca is a significant navigational landmark and a stunning example of urban planning surrounded by office blocks and bank headquarters.
Royal Palace of Casablanca
The Royal Palace is a magnificent masterpiece of Islamic architecture encircled by elaborate water features and orange groves. The King’s primary Casablancan residence is situated in the Habous district, New Medina hosting royal receptions and several important events.
Traveling with a small group of passengers, divides mutual costs such as tour guide cost, transportation, entry fees, etc. between few passengers and makes your tour more affordable. The members of small group tour could be your own family or friends, or other savvy travelers that you will meet and share a journey.
Your time is priceless and we don’t want you to spend your travel time on planning for your vacation day by day. Booking a multi-day tour to a specific destinations makes it easier for you to focus on what you love, instead of going through hundreds of different daily itineraries and plan for each day individually. Simply choose your tour based on the desired duration.
For many destinations, having a local tour guide is a necessity. A professional tour guide helps you to get the most of your travel experience, plan your tours, answers to your questions, teach you the basics of the language, and manage the timings for you and other travelers. All the tour guide fees are included in your tour package.
We carefully handpick all the tours to make sure we offer the most convenient ones that covers everything you need. This includes affordable hotels, local transports, meals, and entry ticket. We make sure to include all the main costs into our itineraries so that you pay for the whole package once, and enjoy your all inclusive tour.