Regarding the monumental side, the historical monuments existing in Casablanca are of great cultural and aesthetic value. Nevertheless, in Casablanca there is not just monuments that have cultural value but also neighborhoods. After the arrival of the Maarrifs or Maâroufis, they bought a land to install the kasbah of El Maârif, that is why this district of the city is currently known under the name of Maârif. The district is a fraction of the Mzab of the region of Ben Ahmed.
Bourgogne is a big district constituted, in a disorderly way, of middle class districts, small houses of the colonial period and districts of huts. A bizarre mix where poverty and wealth coexist in peace. It has also experienced during the last twenty years an accelerated construction of large residential buildings. Bourgogne is also a district mixing popular Moroccan culture and the Western atmosphere.
On the musical side, the city has produced a large number of musicians. However, it reached its musical peak only during the appearance of the famous group 'Nass-El-Ghiwane'. This group has contributed a great deal to the development of the musical spirit of Casablanca.
The incessant development of the city, on all levels, makes it a fertile space for the flourishing of what today is called modern cultures. With the presence of educational vestiges like the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Casablanca is the meeting of luxury between past, present and future.
Finally, to have the opportunity to enjoy the city, given that it is one of the largest cities in the country, choose a means of transport suitable to your desires and your budget. However, to complete your prestigious stay, you can choose luxury car rental in Casablanca and get more freedom to discover the city.