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    Hassan II Mosque

    21 reviews

    This is the only mosque non-Muslims can visit in Morocco. (Phew--that lightens the sightseeing burden!) But it's a doozy. I've been in a lot of mosques, and this one is probably the most ridiculously glitzy and huge I've ever seen. You can enter only on a guided tour, where they point out all the vastly huge facilities and over-the-top decoration, ...

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    Mosque Hassan II

    13 reviews

    Mind boggling, spectacular, breathtaking. Built on man-made promontory over Atlantic. Guided tours Sat-Thur for non Muslims. Check schedule & dress code.

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    Art Deco Buildings

    3 reviews

    Along Rue Indriss Lahrizi, Rue Tahar Sebti and the south side of Blvd Mohammed V, are some impressive art deco buildings built in the Mauresque architectural style. If French colonial architecture and the traditional Moroccan aestetic AND art deco had a baby, you'd have Le Mauresque - lots of intricate wrought iron work, tiling and carved friezes - beautifully evocative ...

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    Villa Des Arts

    2 reviews

    the Villa des Arts in Casablanca is the first private museum in this city. This facility aims to promote the arts and contemporary Moroccan through exhibitions and cultural events held regularly.

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    Boulevard de la Corniche

    2 reviews

    This strip of clubs and cafes is an escape from the harried pace of the city, overlooking the Atlantic, with beaches sprinkled along the way. There's a Megarama cinema, and the Morocco Mall - claiming to be the 3rd largest in the world. In the evening, this is the place to go to see all the action and nightlife.

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    Morroco

    1 review

    morroco is awsome

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    Ancienne Medina

    1 review

    This bazaar is a seemingly unending maze of vendors and stalls, selling everything imaginable in Morocco. Don't miss the Jewish section, with all its sights and smells, or any one of the other areas. It might be worth it to get a local guide who can explain everything you see, smell, and if you're brave, taste. If you're interested in ...

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    Disques Gam

    1 review

    This was one of the all-time best music stores I have seen anywhere, oozing with character and style. The place has definitely been around a long time...his tape and record selection looks like it just never got upgraded. There are many, many albums hanging from the walls and ceiling, and he's got old equipment that might even still work. I'd ...

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    Morocco like a local

    1 review

    I used this travel agent when I went to Morocco and had a private tour for a week covering Casablanca, Rabat, Fes, Meknes and Marrakech (via Moulay Idris, Ifrane and Azrou). The travel agent can tailor make the tour and offers various options - places to visit, accommodation as well as self drive or driven - all with itinerary given, ...

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  • 11

    Ancienne Medina Hammam

    1 review

    There's nothing quite so invigorating nor fascinating as watching the dead skin being scrubbed from your body in a traditional Moroccan hammam. Leave your inhibitions at the door and your underwear on for this bath, scrub, massage combo that'll leave you all pink and shiny. Admission Price DH7.50; Hours 06:00-12:00 for men, 13:00-22:00 for women.

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    Place Mohammed V

    2 reviews

    This was the center of many goverment buildings in Casablanca. The highlight of my visit was the encounter with 'Watersellers' who are probably used to being photographed - you can't miss them with their sombrero like hats and colorful outfit

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    Sky bar

    1 review
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    Musée du Judaisme Marocain

    1 review

    It is the first museum of Judaism in the Arab World. This museum presents the history of Judaism in Morocco through various collections and national and international exhibitions.

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    Habous Market

    1 review

    Here you will find a tamed-down version of the Ancienne Medina. There are rows of shops and stalls filled with everything a tourist's heart could desire. Many, but not all, of the vendors speak some English, and they will pressure you to "see a magic box," try to get as high a price as you will fall for, and act ...

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  • 17

    Matéro

    1 review

    Best option for last minute high quality souvenirs at Casablanca airport. A good mix of fragrance, candle, gourmet, and handicraft items. Better than the typical kitsch you'll find elsewhere.

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    Taxis in Casablanca

    1 review

    Transportation is a huge challenge in Casablanca. Traffic is jam-packed and constant. The sound of honking horns is the soundtrack to this city. There are two types of taxis - red and white. White taxis are for larger groups of up to 6, supposed to be outside of city limits, but I saw pleny in the city. The red taxis ...

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    Salon VIP

    1 review

    No wi-fi and no caffeinated coffee during my visit -- they had ran out of pods. There is comfortable seating but this is a pretty hopeless little lounge. Still better than what you will find in the terminal.

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