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The Best Day Trips From Casablanca

Casablanca is filled with fascinating attractions, like Mosque Hassan II, but is also within easy reach of many more
Casablanca is filled with fascinating attractions, like Mosque Hassan II, but is also within easy reach of many more | © lupengyu / Getty Images
The port city of Casablanca is known for its modern atmosphere. Home to Moorish and Art Deco buildings, the Moroccan city is also a commercial hub with a range of exciting things to do. But Casablanca’s location is also great for spontaneous day trips to other cities. See another side of Morocco with Culture Trip’s list of day trips from Casablanca.

Casablanca is within easy reach of several Moroccan cities, among them vibrant Marrakech and historic Fes. Explore this North African country by going on one of these culture-packed day trips.

ToursMarrakech Day Trip including Lunch, Camel Ride from Casablanca
From £107 per person
12 hours
5 (21)
Visit Marrakech while you're in Casablanca, and discover the historic sights and glittering ancient landmarks, explore the main hidden wonders among the winding alleys of Marrakech’s Medina. Perceive Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Djemâa El Fna square UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy seeing the craftsmen working before exploring the souks. Discover one of the famous Morocco's imperial city and immerse yourself in the thriving culture and impressive history of Marrakech. providing a typical Moroccan lunch and Free Camel Ride Experience. 

 Start this wonderful day-trip with long-lasting memories! 
ToursCasablanca and Rabat Day Tour including Lunch
From £87 per person
8 hours
4.5 (44)
This 8-Hour tour, pick-up and drop-off from at Casablanca hotels, or accommodations by an air-conditioned and comfortable Car. Take a tour of Rabat and Casablanca on a journey with fascinating history and modern Moroccan culture. Enjoy the day by visiting ,the Royal palace of Rabat, Oudaya and Chellah fortresses the 12th-century UNESCO World Heritage Sites. After having lunch in the Corniche Casablanca that takes about 1 hour, Explore the Mosque Hassan the Second, one of the iconic religious monument.
ToursFez Guided Tour with lunch from Casablanca
From £136 per person
12 hours
5 (5)
Visit FEZ while you’re in Casablanca, and discover the historic sights and glittering ancient and modern landmarks of Fes City.Take a step back to the Middle Ages in the city, engage your imagination, soak up the extravagant sights and  the hidden delights.

Feast your senses on the sights and sounds that the intellectual and artistic Moroccan metropolis has to offer. Winding alleys that can hardly be unraveled, movement, noise, shouting, smell of tanned leather, delicate aroma of oriental perfumes, barbecues, sweet pastry - all this is the imperial city of Fez. Visit the old medieval Medina with its narrow streets: the Bouanania and the Attarine medersas, the Nejjarine fountain. see the world’s oldest continuously functioning university.
ToursCasablanca to Tangier Day Trip by High-Speed Train
From £141 per person
10 hours
4.5 (5)
You will be touring the city of Tangier and its surroundings in the northern part of Morocco. Visit Kasbah district next to the port, old Medina with its craftsmanship shops, magnificent Minaret, cape Spartel and Hercules caves.
ToursDay Tour of Casablanca with Lunch and Wine Tasting in Benslimane Vineyard
From £139 per person
6 to 8 hours
5 (1)
Discover the exotic Casablanca, understand the local culture and history through food and Moroccan wine. (Yes, Morocco is not a dry land!!)
A guide will be with you to answer all your questions and make your day perfect.
Tours2 Days Chefchaouen and Rabat Tour from Casablanca
From £216 per person
2 days
4 (3)
Sightseeing tours to Chefchaouen, a picturesque town in the Rif mountain range, have flourished for decades due to its picturesque surroundings and buildings painted in a striking blue hue. The spectacular location of the city, surrounded by valleys and gorges, makes it a relaxing starting point for a variety of nature walks and excursions in the area. The craft and souvenir shops remain a popular pastime for tourists on holiday in Chefchaouen. Markets and street shops are teeming with colorful spices, jewelry, leather goods and wool products.