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A valid passport is required to enter Morocco. There are no visa requirements for citizens of many countries, such as United States, many European countries and some others. For your particular country of citizenship, please check with the nearest Moroccan Embassy/Consulate for details.


In a few years Casablanca has grown from a small city to one of the largest in the world thanks to its new forms of modern architectural construction and has become a major industrial and commercial centre more open to the Western way of life than other cities in Morocco.

Casablanca is now the economic capital of Morocco and its largest city, situated on the Atlantic coast and bordered by beautiful beaches that make it an ever-rivalled seaside destination. It is about 80 km south of Rabat, and with a population of 3,594,352 in 2021 it is the most populous city in the Maghreb. Casablanca is the third most popular tourist city in Morocco and is mainly visited for business.

The discoveries and revelations that excursions in the city and the exploration of nature will bring you are breathtaking: spectacular landscapes, ways of life, architecture, crafts, encounters…

Casablanca has one of the largest and most beautiful mosques in the world, the Hassan II Mosque, a true symbol of the city, the largest minaret (210 m) in Africa, and the fifth largest mosque in the world, it is one of the only mosques open to non-Muslims in the entire Arab world.

This city, which combines Moroccan architectural tradition with modern urban planning and comfort standards, quickly seduces all visitors to Casablanca. There is also the Morocco Mall, the largest shopping centre in Africa and one of the largest in the world, with the third largest musical fountain in the world.