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Down Town Hotel by BLH

Casablanca has a great variety of tourist offering. It is the largest city in Morocco and it combines tradition and history with fun and leisure.

From the Hassan II Mosque to the beaches of the Corniche of Aïn Diab you can breathe and feel the essence of Morocco.
Hassan II Mosque
Its construction finished in 1993, it is located on an artificial peninsula and its minaret measures 172 m of height. It is the second largest mosque in the Islamic world, after Mecca in Saudi Arabia. The highest point of the tower has a laser light that marks the direction to Mecca, with a reach of 30 km.
It took 8 years to build the mosque and in it worked 2,500 workers and 10,000 craftsmen arrived from all over Morocco.
This mosque has a prayer hall with capacity for 25,000 worshipers and a wooden ceiling that opens to allow the visitors to see the sky.
The Corniche Aïn Diab
Here we find the promenade that is full of leisure options for tourists and Moroccans. There are numerous bars and restaurants in which visitors can enjoy the views of the beach and the sea.
In this area you can see the lighthouse of El Hank and the Marabout of Sidi Bou Abderrahmane, a village that is located on an islet that can only be accessed at low tide or crossing a bridge of recent construction. In this islet you can visit prehistoric sites and an archaeological site.
Colonial City
In this part of the city of Casablanca, on Boulevard Mohammed V, you will find the oldest and most beautiful buildings in the city. Among them are the buildings of the Rialto cinema, Glaoui building and Hotel Lincon. Furthermore, in this street you will find numerous shops in which you can buy typical products and crafts from Morocco.
You can not miss the United Nations Square in which stands the Clock Tower and the Wall of the Medina.