7 Days trip in Morocco

Budget: 250 USD - 1000 USD Cultural experiences Food exploration
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Morocco is a diverse and culturally rich country located in North Africa, with a fascinating history and stunning landscapes.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to MAD
MAD 10.15
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Hassan II Mosque

    120 minutes

    Visit the largest mosque in Morocco, the Hassan II Mosque, and explore its intricate details and beautiful architecture.

  2. Quartier Habous

    120 minutes

    Indulge in traditional Moroccan cuisine and explore the markets at Quartier Habous, which offer a mix of traditional and modern, with cafes, shops, and artisanal vendors.

  3. Rick's Cafe

    180 minutes

    Enjoy an evening at the legendary Rick's Cafe, inspired by the film Casablanca and featuring Middle Eastern and Moroccan dishes, live music and entertainment.

Day 2

  1. Old Medina

    120 minutes

    Step back in time in the Old Medina, a sprawling, maze-like neighborhood with narrow streets, colorful shops, and vendors selling everything from spices to fabrics.

  2. Corniche

    120 minutes

    Take a walk along the Corniche, a picturesque seaside promenade featuring stunning ocean views and lined with palm trees, luxurious hotels, and trendy cafes.

  3. La Sqala

    180 minutes

    Discover the exquisite blend of Moroccan and French cuisine at La Sqala, a charming restaurant nestled in the lush gardens of an old fortress.

Day 3

  1. Boulevard Mohammed V

    120 minutes

    Stroll down Boulevard Mohammed V, one of the main thoroughfares in Casablanca, featuring art deco architecture, historical landmarks, and trendy shops.

  2. Museum of Moroccan Judaism

    120 minutes

    Explore the rich history of Moroccan Judaism at the Museum of Moroccan Judaism, featuring exhibits of Jewish heritage, art, and artifacts.

  3. Le Cabestan

    180 minutes

    Savor the flavors of French-Moroccan fusion cuisine at Le Cabestan, a stylish and elegant restaurant set in a stunning seafront location.

Day 4

  1. Temple Beth-El

    120 minutes

    Visit the iconic Temple Beth-El, a beautiful and historic synagogue in Casablanca, with a storied past and a vibrant present-day community.

  2. Villa des Arts

    120 minutes

    Immerse yourself in the local art scene at Villa des Arts, a contemporary art museum showcasing the work of Moroccan and international artists.

  3. Al Mounia

    180 minutes

    Taste the authentic Moroccan cuisine at Al Mounia, a renowned and traditional restaurant that offers delicious and sophisticated Moroccan dishes.

Day 5

  1. Berrechid

    120 minutes

    Embark on a food tour in Berrechid, a city just outside of Casablanca, and savor the distinctive Moroccan cuisine, including tagine, couscous, and pastries.

  2. Dar el-Makhzen

    120 minutes

    Visit Dar el-Makhzen, a lavish and grand palace in Casablanca that showcases the sophisticated Moroccan architecture and design of the 19th century.

  3. La Maison Bleue

    180 minutes

    Dine in elegance at La Maison Bleue, a refined and graceful restaurant set in a stunning blue-and-white villa, whose menu offers delicious and innovative Moroccan cuisine.

Day 6

  1. Anfa Place Shopping Center

    120 minutes

    Indulge in some shopping at the Anfa Place Shopping Center, a chic and modern shopping complex featuring a mix of local and international brands and restaurants.

  2. Casa Voyageurs Station

    120 minutes

    Discover the grandeur of Casablanca's public transportation system at the Casa Voyageurs Station, an impressive and historic train station designed in the Moroccan art déco style.

  3. La Bavaroise

    180 minutes

    Taste the delicious and refined French patisserie at La Bavaroise, a chic and upscale bakery that offers a mouthwatering selection of cakes, tartlets, and sweets.

Day 7

  1. El Jadida

    300 minutes

    Escape to the charming seaside town of El Jadida, just a short drive from Casablanca, and explore its beautiful beaches, citadel walls, and underground cisterns.

  2. Bouskoura Forest

    180 minutes

    Take a relaxing nature walk and enjoy the fresh air of Bouskoura Forest, a unique and natural oasis located in the middle of the city, with many walking trails and picnic areas.

  3. Al Fassia

    180 minutes

    End your trip with a memorable dinner at Al Fassia, a renowned and traditional restaurant that offers an extensive and exquisite menu of authentic Moroccan cuisine.

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-30 USD per night
60-150 USD per night
30-100 USD per night


1-10 USD per trip
5-20 USD per trip
1-5 USD per trip


Street Food
1-5 USD per meal
Local Restaurant
5-15 USD per meal
Fine Dining
20-50 USD per meal


Visit Hassan II Mosque
16 USD entrance fee
Trip to Atlas Mountains
50-100 USD per trip
Food Tour
50-100 USD per tour

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