Casablanca Market and Street Food Walking Tour
Embark on a culinary and cultural journey through the vibrant city of Casablanca. This tour will take you through the historic La Sqala fortification for a delicious breakfast tasting, and then through the charming Old City where you’ll witness the bustling street life and colonial architecture. You’ll also stop at the United Nations Square for fresh juices and Mohammed V Square, a hub of activity surrounded by historic buildings. The tour concludes with a visit to the Central Marketplace where you’ll get to sample local dishes for lunch and the Art Deco Ismail Zahraoui, where you’ll relax with a cup of coffee or tea while admiring the stunning architecture. This tour offers a unique glimpse into the history, culture, and cuisine of Casablanca, making it an unforgettable experience.
- Experience the finest Moroccan breakfast.
- Indulge in a variety of Moroccan sweets and select your preferred one.
- Stroll through the Old City of Casablanca and admire the historic architecture of the region.
- Professional local tour guide
- Traditional Morrocan Breakfast
- Morrocan Lunch
- Beverages and Drinks
- No alcohol or wine drinks are available or included
Route & Duration
A traditional Moroccan restaurant from where we will begin our journey.
Old City Casablanca
A charming neighborhood with a mix of traditional Moroccan architecture, such as the Hassan II Mosque, and colonial buildings like the Central Market.
United Nations Square
A bustling public square with a large fountain at its center, offering a hub for transportation and commerce, with local shops and street vendors.
Mohammed V Square
A central square named after Morocco's former king, surrounded by significant buildings, including the Royal Palace and the Parliament building.
A bustling commercial hub with a large indoor market, offering a wide range of goods, from fresh produce to handmade crafts.
Art Deco Ismail Zahraoui
A unique example of Casablanca's Art Deco architecture, featuring intricate designs and intricate details, symbolizing the city's golden era of the 1930s.
We will stop at the United Nations Square and have fresh juices. At the central marketplace, we will have lunch, the market is known for its food and serves the best authentic flavor of Casablanca.
We will meet at La Sqala, a Moroccan restaurant, which is the highest-rated restaurant for breakfast in Casablanca.
La Sqala, Bd des Almohades, Casablanca 20250, Morocco