Morocco Day Trips
Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca is ideally situated for you to discover major Moroccan cities, especially the renowned Imperial cities of Rabat and Marrakech and their rich heritage. Our team would be happy to help you plan your Morocco day trip.
The political capital of Morocco was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012. Located 90 kilometres (56 miles) north of Casablanca, Rabat is an easy one-hour drive away. You can also take the train shuttle, which runs every 30 minutes from Casa-Port railway station. (The station is within a 10 minute-drive from the Hotel.)
Embark on a memorable journey in Rabat. Explore the peaceful archaeological Roman site of the Chellah, the beautiful Kasbah of the Udayas, Consul Street and the Hassan Tower, the city’s landmark, which adjoins the Mohammed V mausoleum.
The Museum Mohammed VI of Modern and Contemporary Art is the latest addition to the Moroccan cultural scene. The museum’s temporary exhibitions in partnership with other world-renowned museums are not to be missed.
Located 90 kilometres (56 miles) or a one-hour drive south of Casablanca on the Atlantic coast, El Jadida is also ideal for a day trip. The Portuguese Fortified City was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004, for an outstanding example of the interchange of influences between European and Moroccan cultures.
The Red City is home to Four Seasons Resort Marrakech. Accessble via a three-hour drive south of Casablanca, you'll arrive in time for lunch. Then, head out to explore the Jamaa El Fna plaza, the medina and the city’s most renowned sites, such as the Majorelle Garden, the Menara Gardens and the Koutoubia Mosque. While you’re enjoying the city’s ideal climate and sunshine, you’ll also delight in the panorama view of the snow-kissed Atlas Mountains.