Countries or Territories whose nationals are exempted from the entry visa for Morocco:
Participants whose nationality is not in this list and who need a Visa to enter Morocco will be assisted by CFC to obtain a Visa upon arrival at Mohamed V airport.
If this applies to you, send us a copy of your passport to the following e-mail address email@example.com before October 20th so that we can initiate the visa process with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.
Upon receipt of the Ministry’s response, we will send you the visa confirmation.
Cultural visits in Casablanca
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Hassan II Mosque
Cultural visits to Casablanca will begin with the Hassan II mosque, the tallest mosque in Morocco, with a minaret that reaches 200m.
The Hassan II mosque was built in 1989 by the French architect Pinseau. It offered the largest field of creation ever given to the talent of thousands of Moroccan artisans
The visit will include the prayer hall, the ablutions and the esplanade.
The Habous neighborhood
The Habous district offers one of the most picturesque faces of Casablanca. It is located in the southern part of the city, just behind the Royal Palace. This district is part of the new medina, born of the urbanism plan initiated by General Lyautey in the 1920s.
Beneath its large shopping arcades, the district has many bazaars offering customers a wide choice of flea markets and handicrafts from all over the Kingdom: pottery, leather goods, wooden furniture, carpets, ironwork, slippers and clothes traditional.
Morocco Mall’s Visit
The Morocco Mall is a true destination for nationals as well as for tourists or visitors of passage, this mall shelters a complete range of services: fashion, beauty, luxury, culture, technology, health, decoration, food, equipment, crafts, services , leisure, relaxation, restoration …
Spread over 10 hectares with 70,000 m2 of retail space on 3 levels and 350 sales areas, the Morocco Mall brings together more than 600 brands from various universes. So many reasons for visiting that make it a true place of life and a stopover impossible to circumvent.
Cultural visits in Rabat
The Hassan Tower, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and the Kasbah of the Oudayas
During the visit you will see the main attractions of Rabat, such as the Hassan Tower, the mausoleum of Mohammed V and the Kasbah of the Oudayas, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
The mausoleum of Mohammed V is the emblematic monument of the Moroccan capital. It is located on the esplanade of the Hassan mosque, and houses the tomb of Mohammed V.
Next to the mausoleum is the Hassan tower, which remains a famous monument in Rabat. Sultan Yacoub El Mansour (12th century) planned to build the largest mosque in the Muslim world, after that of Samarra in Iraq. The works were abandoned after his death in 1199.
This site was chosen to erect the Mausoleum Mohammed V where King Hassan II and his father rest. Its style, is a masterpiece of traditional Moroccan art.
The Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
The Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMVI) presents four hundred works by Moroccan artists. It is the first independent museum in Morocco devoted to national modern art.
Following the example of the world’s capitals, such as Paris, London or Madrid, the creation of such an institution in the political and administrative capital of the kingdom marks the national scope of the project and its vocation to spread beyond the territory of the city. shelters. The choice of Rabat also comes down to practical considerations.
The MMVI has been open since October 2014 after a decade of work. The project, launched by King Mohammed VI, is part of its vocation to present a showcase of Moroccan art and to make Rabat an artistic and cultural city par excellence.