3 million people live in Casablanca and traffic can be chaotic. But there are also some oases of calm. This is a coastal city, with popular beaches in the area of La Corniche, as well as bars and restaurants. Not to mention the port, with modern infrastructures, where the view is inspiring especially when night falls.
Like other Moroccan cities, Casablanca has an old town (Medina) where you can buy typical local products. But the hearts of the city are the Mohamed V square and the Hassan II mosque — the minaret is about 650 feet high. Another spot not to miss: the Museum of Judaism in the historic Jewish quarter.