HASSAN II MOSQUE
On the shoreline, just past the northern tip of Casablanca's medina (old city), the Hassan II mosque overwhelms the whole city. Completed in 1993, it is the second biggest mosque on the planet, covering two hectares in estimate with the world's tallest minaret (200 meters high). The petition lobby can suit 25,000 admirers, while the yard (which flaunts a retractable rooftop) can fit another 80,000.
Casablanca's Corniche (beachfront region) in the Ain Diab suburb is the city's vortex for the individuals who need to see-and-be-seen. A significant part of the shoreline is currently home to lavish lodgings and eateries. Amid the day, the many shoreline clubs here complete a thundering exchange with sun admirers drinking up the beams and sprinkling in the club swimming pools.
Casablanca's clamoring focal market is an absolute necessity for sightseers who need to devote themselves completely to the middle of city life. Right in the downtown area, the market is the place local people come to purchase and offer - be it housewives bargaining for vegetables, or food merchants shouting out their unique arrangements. It's an incredible open door for picture takers and a good time for every other person.
For a residential community, El Jadida is pressed loaded with intriguing activities and is encompassed by wonderful portions of sand, flawless to slump onto when you've dosed up on history. In the Citadel region, worked by the Portuguese, you can scramble up onto the dividers for incredible ocean perspectives and after that visit the old jail, which additionally once worked as the town's synagogue.