Casablanca, a young and dynamic city, concentrates nearly 60% of the country’s economic activities. With nearly 4 million inhabitants, Casa is the largest city in the Maghreb and the 4th in Africa. It is totally business-oriented and evokes the great Western metropolises. Very little touristy (wrongly), the city center contains some wonders: buildings dating from the 1930s or the old medina and its narrow streets. The Hassan-II mosque is the largest in the Maghreb and one of the most beautiful due to the excess and luxury that characterize it.


Although Mohammed V International Airport receives most international flights into Morocco,[125] international tourism in Casablanca is not as developed as it is in cities  such as Fes and Marrakech.

The Hassan II Mosque, which is the second largest mosque in Africa and the seventh largest in the world, is the city’s main tourist attraction. Visitors also come to see the city’s rich architectural heritage.

Popular sites for national tourism include shopping centers such as Morocco MallAnfa Place, the Marina Shopping Center, and the Tachfine Center. Additional sites include the Corniche and the beach of Ain Diab, and parks such as the Arab League Park or the Sindibad theme park.

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