Reasons to Book Cheap Casablanca Flights
Casablanca is the largest city of Morocco. It is situated along the Atlantic Ocean and is the chief port of the country, besides being the economic thumbprint of the African continent. The city has a distinct European ambiance with a traditional Islamic feel, but that shouldn’t trick you to draw parallels with Turkey. Casablanca’s history is a mixed bag of Roman, Portuguese, Spanish, French and Arabic rules, and the same is visible in the city’s profound art, architecture and cuisine.King Hassan II Mosque
King Hassan II Mosque is the largest mosque in the country. It is the first chapter of splendid contemporary craftsmanship in Morocco, both inside and outside. The 210 meter high minaret is the world’s tallest and is hallmarked by a laser whose lights are directed towards Mecca. This mosque is located on a cliff along Atlantic Ocean.Eglise Sacré-Cœur de Casablanca (Casablanca Cathedral)
The Casablanca Cathedral or the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a former Roman Catholic Church in Casablanca. It was built in 1930 but was turned into a cultural centre in 1956 after Morocco won independence.Place Mohammed V
Place Mohammed V
Place Mohammed V is a grand square known for its magnificent 20th century Art Deco architecture. it has many beautiful boulevards and some of its stellar highlights include a public garden, a statue of a noted French army general Marshal Lyautey and a musical fountain.
Eight Airlines Launching 40 New Routes to Morocco in Summer 2019
Here’s a happy news for tourists from France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Belgium, Austria, and Portugal. As now they will be able to travel to several destinations in Morocco as 8 airlines are launching 40 new routes to Morocco this summer (2019). These airlines include Ryanair, easyJet, Turkish Airlines, Air Arabia, Vueling Airlines, Transavia, Volotea Airlines, and Condor Airlines.