Go early in the morning as there is limited time to tour inside the mosque. Also the sky is blue and the fog hasn't rolled in yet. The structure is incredible, beautiful and huge. Just experiencing the interior vastness is incredible.
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The mosque was beautiful. Its architectural designs were unique. It is built partially on water, it seems like a separate island. We were able to undertake a guided tour which was very helpful. It allowed us to see the inside.
While this new mosque is impressive in size and architecture, it lacks a little of the flavour and patina of older mosques that are steeped in history. Nonetheless, it is worth the price of the guided tour to see the impressive interior that apparently has...More
You do not want to miss out on seeing this beautiful Mosque in Casablanca! The serene waters provide great views from all sides. If you want to enter the mosque then be sure you are fully cover, women should wear a head scarf, and check...More
This is one of the biggest mosques in the whole world. Really big. When I first entered the site It reminded me Taj Mahal, very similar atmosphere but completely different architecture. If you want to visit inside of the Mosque you should pay 120 MAD...More
Casa doesn't have a lot of REALLY COOL things to see, compared to other cities like Barcelona for example. So this is a must see, even though it's just a big mosque. But this is an important sight, culturally. To visit casa without seeing it...More
Hassan the second mosque is a must see in Morocco. We did a guided tour of the inside. It was amazing. The architecture was very nice. It also has a nice ocean view.
Yes, it's one of must see objects in Casablanca, because there are not a lot of must see things. Entrance cost 12 EUR per person, the time, when you can get in, attached in photo below, so plan your time. Remember to wear clothes that...More
The mosque was undoubtedly impressive and were only allowed to go around with a guided tour which cost 120 dhr. Our guide was pleasant except for the joke which sounded so repetitive in the lines of "your entrance fee pays for the cleaning, security and...More