The Quartier Habous, or nouvelle medina, is Morocco-lite - a romanticized, just about toy-town, form of a customary medina with perfect little lines of avenues and shop stalls. The locale was constructed by the French in the 1930s as an endeavored answer for the progressing lodging lack. It weds the best of customary Moroccan structural planning with advanced offices and French beliefs - even the mosque fronts onto a piece of lush garden much the same as a town church.
See also : Take a bath in the traditional Hammam
For enthusiasts of the clamor and turmoil of customary markets, it may feel excessively sterilized to be legitimate, yet in the event that you favor some Moroccan character without the related smells and bother, it’s got an average choice of bazaars, art shops, pastry kitchens and bistros.
Address: Route D'EL Jadida, Casablanca, Morocco
How to Reach: The nearest station is Mers Sultan which is just a 15 minute walk away from Habous."