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Discover a cultured coastal city by bike
Allow yourself to be captivated by the contemporary charm of Casablanca on the Classic City Bike Tour. You’ll enjoy a combination of the city’s best sightseeing and the knowledge of a local guide as you cruise through the streets, soaking up the colorful sounds, sights, and smells of this coastal city. Your bike tour will stop at Mohammed V Avenue, Central Market, United Nations Square, Old Medina, Sqala, Casablanca Marina, Hassan 2 Mosque, Corniche, El Hank Lighthouse, Anfa Place Mall, Ain Diab Corniche, Sidi Abderrahman Mausoleum, Morocco Mall, Anfa Hill, Twin Center, Villa des Arts, Arab League Park, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Nevada Skatepark, Mohammed V Square and Pigeon Fountain, and Prince Moulay Abdellah Street.
Your city tour will begin with a cruise down Mohammed V Avenue, a long, wide avenue that is lined with French colonial buildings and high-end shops and restaurants, epitomizing the city's dynamic mix of old and new. Then ride to the Central Market, a key part of Casablanca's economy since the early 20th century. Cycling on, you'll arrive at the refined splendor of United Nations Square. Proceed through the Old Medina, a maze-like neighborhood that is one of the oldest parts of the city. It is home to several historic landmarks, including the Bab Marrakech gate, the Moulay Youssef Mosque, and the Koubba of Sidi Belyout. From here, you'll pedal towards Sqala, an historic fortification that was built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. Cruising along Casablanca Marina, you'll pass luxury yachts and sailboats that glint in the sunshine before arriving at Hassan II Mosque. Stopping at this splendid feat of Islamic architecture, built in the 1990s, your guide will share its history as one of the largest mosques in the world.
The next destination on this guided tour is the Corniche, a long coastal road that offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the city skyline. You'll stop at El Hank Lighthouse, built in the 20th century and a key part of the history of this busy port city. Taking a modern turn, your day tour will continue to Anfa Place Mall before taking the Ain Diab Corniche, another popular coastal road to Sidi Abderrahman Island. Here, the eponymous hermit settled in the 18th century and performed miracles that ranged from walking on water to curing the sick.
Pass by the Morocco Mall before tackling the gentle incline of Anfa Hill, to be rewarded with panoramic views of the city and coast. From here, you'll stop at the Twin Center and the Villa des Arts. This bicycle tour continues through the Arab League Park, offering a leisurely route towards your next stop, the Sacred Heart Cathedral. This elegant building features impressive stained glass windows and your guide will take this opportunity to tell you more about the city's diverse religious heritage.
After passing the Nevada Skate Park you'll stop at the Mohammed V Square, a favorite gathering spot for Casablanca’s residents, before proceeding to Prince Moulay Abdellah Street. You'll round off the sightseeing on this day tour with a cycle down this bustling street, where your guide can recommend the best cafes and restaurants to dine like a local.
Days Start Finish Daily 9:00 am ~12:00 pm
This is only a recommended starting time for the tour. It can be booked upon request at different times as well.
Rate MAD Bike 450 E-Bike 600
Mohammed V Avenue, Central Market, United Nations Square, Old Medina, Sqala, Casablanca Marina, Hassan 2 Mosque, Corniche, El Hank Lighthouse, Anfa Place Mall, Ain Diab Corniche, Sidi Abderrahman Mausoleum, Morocco Mall, Anfa Hill, Twin Center, Villa des Arts, Arab League Park, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Nevada Skatepark, Mohammed V Square and Pigeon Fountain, Prince Moulay Abdellah Street
- Bike and helmet rental
- English-speaking guide
- Bottle of water
Meeting place & directions
Allo Velo - Quartier Benslimane, 60 Boulevard Mohamed Smiha, Casablanca 20110, Morocco, intersection of Bd Mohamed 5 and Bd Mohamed Smiha
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