Casablanca, the capital of the economy:
The first city we will explore with our 2-week in Morocco itinerary is Casablanca. It was settled since the 7th century and founded by the Berbers. Now, it’s the largest city in Morocco with a population of 3.36 million in 2014. Morocco was colonized by France. Therefore, most of the cities, including Casablanca are constructed as the Moorish style. Not to mention, Casablanca is in the region of Casablanca Settat with an area of 220 km².
There are many things to visit and see here. Firstly, you can’t travel to Casablanca without visiting the mosque of Hassan II. It is the second-largest in Africa, and 7th in the world with a minaret of 210 metres=690 ft. Also, it was Architected by the French Michel Pinseau and built by Bouygues. Moreover, it’s the only mosque in Morocco that allows tourists to visit inside of it.
The second thing to visit in Casablanca is the cornish of Ain Diab, it is also the most touristic place in Casablanca because of its cafes, restaurant, and luxurious hotels.