Casablanca is one of the largest cities in Morocco. The location on the coast made it an important port for the country. Trade relations with other states affected the formation of the current Casablanca. The districts combine a traditional Islamic look and modern trends that came from Europe. The city has long held the position of a business, tourist and cultural center.
The construction of an international airport has brought new flows of travelers to the city. For their leisure there is everything you need: the amenities are no worse than in the resorts of the Old World, and the local flavor. Christian churches and synagogues are important attractions. It is unlikely to be possible to meet such a number of them in another Islamic city. And the Habus quarter and the Old Medina will allow you to understand other features of Casablanca.