It is an economic, business, shopping, and party hub, full of restaurants.
Casablanca, the city that never sleeps
The city’s must-sees:
- Les Habous, a historic district where you can find many craft wonders.
- The Great Mosque Hassan II is the third largest mosque in the world, built on the sea, and displaying a 200-meter-high minaret.
- Ain Diab Corniche, 2 km-long beach, with cafés and terraces.
- Morocco Shopping Mall, where you will find more than 350 brands.
- Casa Del Arte, an arts centre that brings together a large panel of artists.
The culinary specialty of Casablanca is undoubtedly the "Rfissa" menu. Its preparation is quite simple and it involves the use of the famous puff pastry. The texture is fudgy and very fragrant, thanks to the spices mixed with the slowly cooked chicken meat. It is a hearty and friendly meal that can be discovered during the holidays.