Although far removed from Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman’s classic depiction of the city, modern-day Casablanca is indeed well-suited for romance, adventure, and nightlife. Thanks largely to an Atlantic port that attracts global businesses to its shores, Casablanca is known as one of the largest and most economically important cities in Africa. However, the city’s charms are found not in its skyscrapers, but in its distinct blend of cultures. Get oriented on a half-day sightseeing tour around this alluring city. You’ll stop by its most popular attractions, such as Mohammed V Square, Hassan II Mosque, the Ain Diab Corniche, and Notre Dame de Lourdes Cathedral. After your tour, revisit your favorite sites, then take some time to relax in a café with a thick coffee or mint tea. Guided tours mean day trips to Morocco's nearby imperial cities are feasible as well. The capital city of Rabat, known for its blend of French and Islamic heritage, is just an hour’s drive down the coast. Or join a tour heading 2.5-hours inland to the exotic city of Marrakech (aka the Rose City), where your guide will lead you through maze-like streets in search of mosques, palaces, and musicians; or the historic walled city of Fez, three hours from Casablanca, where you you'll find the religious and architectural heart of Morocco.