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Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and the port, industrial and commercial centre of the country. This prosperous economic development has turned this city into the most open and international part of Morocco, hosting many fairs, congresses and events of great relevance.

The streets of the district of Maarif, where The Fourteen Luxury Boutique Hotel is located, are a reminiscent of the great western cities, with a large number of fashion shops and a varied gastronomic offer and nightlife.

This young and cosmopolitan atmosphere is complemented by the streets of the Old Medina, where there are many examples of Arab culture and art.
Hassan II Mosque
Undoubtedly, the emblem of Casablanca is the monumental Hassan II Mosque. Erected partially on an artificial peninsula over the Atlantic Ocean, it is a cultural and religious complex that hosts a Koranic school, a museum, a library, a hammam and many other chambers.

Its impressive minaret of more than 200 meters is the tallest in the world, and is covered with hand-carved wood and ceramics, composing an artistic masterpiece of more than 60 square meters.

The Hassan II Mosque is surprising for its combination of traditional decorations and modern equipment, such as heated floors, retractable roofs and a laser directed from the minaret towards Mecca with a range of 30 kilometres.
Medina of Casablanca
The Old Medina of Casablanca is located next to the port and is partially surrounded by walls of the sixteenth century. Despite being partially destroyed, some gates of the walls are still preserved, such as Bab Jédid, and Bab Marrakech, as well as a multitude of temples and sanctuaries.

Getting lost in the streets of the old Medina is quite an experience, and among them you will find many stalls selling food, spices, leather goods and other typical products of the area.
Habous Quarter
The new Medina or Habous Quarter is an area less frequented by tourists, but it is worth visiting to discover a quieter and calmer Casablanca. This district is also one of the most picturesque, in which the Moroccan tradition and modern urbanism are intermingled.

Here you will find more spacious streets and squares, parks and a multitude of government buildings, such as the Mahkama Pacha court, where you can visit its 60 rooms and beautiful courtyards reminiscent of Andalusian architecture.

This area is also a good place to buy crafts, antiquities, books, spices and other typical products.
La Corniche de Aïn-Diab
The seafront of Casablanca, known as La Corniche de Aïn-Diab, is a lively area full of restaurants, nightclubs and luxury hotels. This is the ideal place to watch the sunset and enjoy a pleasant walk or bike ride.

To the north, there is the old El Hank lighthouse, the highest in Morocco. Descending along the coast you can enjoy the two kilometres long beach of Aïn-Diab, and the multiple seawater pools that surround it.