Place Mohammed V
La Princière Salon de Thé
Impressive facades line both sides of Rue Indriss Lahrizi. Check out the prize piece, La Princière Salon de Thé, easily recognised by...
Parc de la Ligue Arabe
Casa's biggest open space is the Parc de la Ligue Arabe. It's a good place for games and walks, has a choice of small cafés and the...
High ceilings, swish, modern furniture, subtle lighting and a hint of elegant colonial times mark this cafe out from the more...
Eat the best Moroccan food in Casablanca's centre at this delightful traditional restaurant where you can choose to sit in the Moroccan...
Place Mohammed V information
This is where the architect Henri Prost really went to town. The grand square is surrounded by public buildings whose designs were later copied in buildings throughout Morocco, including the law courts, the splendid wilaya (old police headquarters, now the governor’s office), the Bank al-Maghrib, the post office and the Ministry of Defence building. Many grand boulevards lined with wonderful architecture go off this square. To the south is the Parc de la Ligue Arabe , designed in 1918 with a majestic palm-tree-lined promenade.