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Private Day Trip to Casablanca from Fez

Private Day Trip to Casablanca from Fez
Fès
1

Day

Availability
  • Everyday.
Duration 1

Day

Language (s)
  • français,
  • english,
  • italia,
  • deutsch,
  • española.
Return Time 19:30,20:30

Availability

Duration

Language (s)

Return Time

  • Everyday.
1

Day

  • français,
  • english,
  • italia,
  • deutsch,
  • española.
19:30,20:30
Highlights

• The grand Hassan II mosque

• The "La corniche" the coastline

• The Anfa district

• Notre dame de lourde cathedral

• The old medina and the Jewish museum Jewish events. (The museum is closed on Saturday)

• The Hobous quarter

• Mohammed V square or pigeons square

• Central market

 

Description

Casablanca is the largest city in the Maghreb region and the eighth-largest in the Arab world. Casablanca is Morocco's chief port and one of the largest financial centers in Africa. 

Located on Morocco's Atlantic coast, Casablanca came to prominence as one of the most important cities of the Berber Barghawata kingdom in the mid-8th century. In the 14th century, it was used as a key port by the Merinids; and in the 15th century, it became known as a safe harbor for pirates. Casablanca came under Portuguese control shortly afterward. In 1755, the town was largely destroyed by an earthquake. It was rebuilt by Sultan Mohammed ben Abdallah and was colonized in the 20th century by the French.

While you’re in Casablanca, expand your horizons with a private day trip to Fes. 

Pick up at 07H30 in the morning from your hotel or residence accommodation by our professional bilingual driver.

When you reach Casablanca, you will meet your local guide for a 4-hour tour around the medina.

Discover the emblematic places of Casablanca on a guided walking tour. Casablanca, Dar El Baïda in Arabic, owes its name, "white city", to a group of Spanish and Portuguese navigators seduced by the white facades, facing the sea, of the houses of the Anfa district. Explore this dynamic city and admire its boulevards and modern infrastructure.

Stroll through the Habous district, renowned for its small squares and arcaded alleys: the marriage between a modern urban setting and the labyrinthine passages of the traditional medina. Continue the visit by the United Nations Square and the superb Mohammed V Square. Then join the central market to admire the royal palace of the city.

Visit the colorful Habous district and discover the Mehkma, the city's court. Visit the city's two religious epicenters with Notre-Dame Cathedral in Lourdes and the famous Hassan II mosque. End the ride in the residential area of Anfa and shop for souvenirs in the brand-new shopping center that faces the sea.

Meet your driver for the return journey late evening.

What's included
  •  
    Air-conditioned and comfortable round trip transportation
  •  
    Professional driver
  •  
    Local guide
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    Service Quality
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    Wifi
Not included?
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    Restoration
  •  
    Monuments fees
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    Drinks
Maps
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