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Cosmopolitan Casablanca is Morocco's largest city, as well as the economical and cultural capital of the country. Casablanca lacks the exotic allure of Morocco's other cities, causing many travelers to merely pass through on their way to other destinations. More Western attitudes prevail, with men and women socializing together in restaurants and bars, and veils are a rare sight. Looking more like Southern Europe than Africa, Morocco's typically relaxed pace is tossed aside in this wealthy, bustling city. The city draws in hopefuls from rural Morocco, looking for a better life. Many succeed, while others, sadly, end up in Casablanca's impoverished shanty-town suburbs.
Casablanca's red petit taxis are a cheap, easy way to get around, although the city also offers tram and bus service. Modern King Hassan II Mosque is the third largest mosque in the world, and in contrast to typical Moroccan tradition, it allows entrance to non-Muslims. There's also the Museum of Moroccan Judaism, the only one of its kind found in the Islamic world. The traditional walled town of Old Medina is worth a stop, as is Mahkama du Pacha, a Hispanic-Moorish building with more than 60 lavish rooms.
Another enjoyable attraction is Casablanca's beach suburb, Aïn Diab. There's a pleasant beachside promenade, and plenty of opportunities to people-watch, join soccer games, or take a horse or camel ride. This strip, along with rue Allal ben Abdellah, form the center of Casablanca's nightlife. Rue Allal ben Abdellah is also a good place for dining, with many restaurants specializing in seafood, including crevettes (prawns), friture de poisson (fried fish and octopus), calamar (squid), and various kinds of fish. For a cheap meal, try a snak restaurant, where you can get rotisserie chicken, chawarmas and sandwiches. Casablanca also offers plenty of international cuisine, from Italian and French, to Asian and American.
With no souks or quarters where artisans practice their traditional crafts, Casablanca can be an expensive place to shop, because souvenirs are imported from other parts of the country. However, you'll find a nice collection of craft shops on boulevard Felix Houphouet Boigny, as well as in the Exposition Nationale d'Artisanat.
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