The first day of our tour is quite hectic. In Casablanca we will be visiting the central market, Habous Quarter souq, Mohammed V square, Hassan II mosque followed by lunch at Ain Diab, dubbed as the croniche of Casablanca.
After lunch, we’ll take a 100km drive to Rabat, the capital of Morocco. There, we’ll visit the King’s palace, Mohamed V Mausoleum, Kasbah of Udayas and the mouth of river Bou Regreg. In almost all the major cities in Morocco, the King has a palace.
First in the itinerary is a visit to the central market. In the 60’s, this central market is frequented by celebrities, royalties, dignitaries and of-course the local. Rubbing shoulders with them was common. All-in-all the central market now is just like any other market in a big city. You’ll find vendors selling vegetables, fruits, flowers, spice power, kitchen essentials and the like.