Welcome to Casablanca

Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city with an estimated population of 4.75 million. Considered as the economic and commercial capital of the Kingdom, the city is located in west-central Morocco on the Atlantic coast. True prosperous city, it reflects the modernity of the country as much by its dynamism, its innovative projects, its universities, as by its architecture of art nouveau. Among the tourist places to visit, you will find the Hassan II mosque, the Habous district, boulevard Mohamed V, the Church of the Sacred Heart and the Corniche. In Casablanca, the economy is liberal and industry is predominant. Today almost 60% of the industrial workforce is based in Casablanca. Dominant figures by the importance of the productions. Casablanca Airport, voted the best African airport, is the hub of the national airline, serving 51% of passengers. The port of Casablanca, with that of Mohammedia, provides 55% of foreign trade. To discover all the nuances, stroll through the medina, join the Habous, cross the city center and its impressive Art Deco buildings, then join the Hassan II mosque, an architectural marvel built on water. Then join the Corniche, bordered by private beaches with large seawater pools, trendy restaurants and nightclubs. Casa lives until the wee hours of the morning. It even happens that night owls come across joggers and surfers who come to greet the rising sun over the Atlantic