Luna Maya and Maxime Bouttier Vacation to Morocco, Here are 5 Tourist Destinations in Casablanca

Based on the vlog on Luna Maya’s YouTube, Luna Maya shared moments from her holiday together with her lover in Casablanca, Morocco. Even though she is 10 years older than Maxime, Luna Maya really enjoyed her holiday in one of the cities of the Maghreb. Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and is considered the economic and business heart of Morocco. With a beautiful coastline plus a classic romantic feel, there are many tourist destinations that would be a shame to miss in this city. The following are five tourist destinations that must be visited in Casablanca, Morocco, namely:

1. Hassan II Mosque

This large and striking mosque took 6 years to build, ending in 1993.This mosque also has an open courtyard which is suitable for a relaxing place to spend the afternoon.  This mosque accommodates 105,000 worshipers making it one of the largest mosques in the world. This mosque is located on the seashore so it is often used as a tourist destination for tourists because it offers beautiful views as well as for worship.

2. Rick’s Cafe

The filming location for the film Casablanca, starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, is a must visit when in Casablanca. Referring to wanderingwheatleys, this restaurant is within the walls of the Old Medina. The architecture of this restaurant is in the form of a large house with a very classic feel. Classical songs are always played in this restaurant to accompany visitors while eating their dishes.

3. Museum of Moroccan Judaism

Referring to, in the late 1990s, the Moroccan Jewish Cultural Heritage Foundation established the Museum of Moroccan Judaism in Casablanca to increase awareness of Jewish identity in Moroccan national public discourse. This museum exists to build a contemporary narrative about a pluralistic, multi-ethnic and multi-religious society in Morocco that shows that Jews can once again become part of Moroccan society.

4. L’église du Sacré-Coeur

According to, this place is an architectural epitome that adorns Morocco’s economic center and has history and stunning beauty. This place built by a French architect Paul Tournan as a cultural replacement service for the rich people living in Morocco. Located around a hill, the Sacré-Cœur is a site that adds to the beautiful views of Casablanca. This place is also use as a symbol of religious tolerance for Muslims and non-Muslims in Morocco.

5. Old Medina of Casablanca

Old Medina is a place worth visiting if you want to see the feel of Casablanca before French rule. Tourists can explore these streets on foot to get a stronger feel for traditional Casablanca life. Apart from enjoying the atmosphere, tourists can also shop on either side of the street which offers a variety of souvenirs. Old Medina is located between the iconic Hassan II Mosque and downtown Casablanca, Morocco, as written in theculturetrip.

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