Casablanca And Rabat Day Trip

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Duration: 6 hours

Departs: Casablanca, Casablanca

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

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Explore Casablanca and Rabat on a full-day tour where vibrant history meets modern-day Moroccan culture. Enjoy the day as you visit Rick’s Café, the Hassan II Mosque, Habous area, Rabat’s Royal landmarks, Chellah, and the Kasbah of the Oudayas-a 12th-century fortress and UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Private transportation

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Traveler Information

  • ADULT: Age: 0 - 99

Additional Info

  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Specialized infant seats are available

Cancellation Policy

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What To Expect

Hassan II Mosque
Hassan II Mosque (masjid al-Hassan ath-thani) is a mosque located in Casablanca (Morocco). Built partly on the sea, it is a religious and cultural complex, built on nine hectares and includes a prayer room, ablution room, baths, a Koranic school (madrasa), a library and a museum.
The prayer hall can accommodate 25,000 faithful with a total area of 20,000 m2. And the esplanade 80 000 faithful (the complete set can accommodate 105 000 people).
The Hassan II mosque is one of the largest mosques in the world, and has a minaret with a height of 200 to 210 m according to sources, the highest in the world. Craftsmen recruited in all the cities of the kingdom had carved 53,000 m2 of wood and assembled more than 10,000 m2 of zellige (ceramics) for the place of worship.

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

Take photos for the mythic restaurant of CASABLANCA: RICKS CAFE

10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Square of Mohammed V
This square, now the municipal administrative centre, consists of many buildings from the 20s, most of them with Hispanic-Muslim architecture and Art Deco influences. You should look carefully at its elegant arcades and white façades, adorned with gold coloured stone. One of its most striking buildings is the Prefecture (Wilaya), inaugurated in 1930 by Mohammed V who was then the Sultan. It houses a beautiful tropical garden, as well as paintings by Louis Majorelle, the French decorator. In 1976 he added a fountain that, from time to time, delights visitors with spectacular shows of music and water. You can see a spectacular view of Casablanca from a 50 meter high tower that stands just beside the Prefecture. Completing the area is the French Consulate, where we can see the equestrian statue of the French General Hubert Lyautey inside, and which was located in the centre of the square years ago.

10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Quartier Habous
Built in 1917 and in the 40s, Habous district is a kind of twentieth century medina, located in the south of the city of Casablanca. Originally designed to accommodate families of Moroccan merchants, this district is still very commercial today. You will find everything: carpets, furniture, babouches, olives, traditional clothes, honey, pottery, spices, books ... Cafes and restaurants also make up this pleasant place. It is besides in Habous district that one finds the best Moroccan pastry of Casablanca: Bennis Habous. Hidden in a small alley, this gourmet shop is extremely famous.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Kasbah des Oudaias
The Oudaya Kasbah is a haven of tranquility, with its flower-filled little streets, Andalusian garden and Moorish café. Referred to also as Kasbah of the Udayas, the Oudaya Kasbah is one of the most unique sites in Morocco and is the first milestone of the city of Rabat. It’s located at the mouth of the Bou Regreg River, opposite to the city of Salé, in Rabat, Morocco. UNESO recognized the significance of the Oudaya Kasbah and added it on the World Heritage Tentative List in 2006.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

The Phoenicians were the first to settle on this sloping site above the Bou Regreg river, and the Romans took control in about 40 CE, renaming the settlement Sala Colonia. Scattered stones from their city remain, but give little idea of its size or form. Abandoned in 1154, it lay deserted until the 14th century, when Merenid sultan Abou Al Hassan Ali built a necropolis on top of the Roman site and surrounded it with the defensive wall that stands today.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

Hassan Tower
One more time Almohad Caliphate impressing the Moroccan architectural heritage with a master-attraction in the capital, Rabat. The Minaret of the un-complete mosque during the reign of Abu Yusuf Yaqub al-Mansur, the 3rd caliph of the same family lineage in 1195.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Royal Palace of Rabat
Royal Palace of Rabat serves as the residence of Moroccan royalty. Constructed in 1864, the building provided the setting for many important events over the years, including a royal wedding. Designed by French architects inspired by traditional Arabic motifs, the interior of the palace remains closed for visitors--you can take pictures of the royal guards from a large square in front of the entrance

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

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