Upon arrival to the Casablanca airport, your first step will be a panoramic drive through the town of Casablanca to view the Royal Palace, the structure of Place Mohamed V, Anfa, the residential space and the Marabout of Sidi Abderrahman (a holy shrine constructed on a rocky outcropping within the Atlantic ocean to which ladies journey from all around Morocco seeking miracles) and discover the romantic beachfront with its world well-known retailers, eating places and nightclubs. We are going to go to the well-known Hassan II Mosque. Just lately constructed, it's the largest in the world outside of Mecca. Then we'll go to the Mellah (Jewish Quarter) with its temples and synagogues reminiscent of Beth-El, the biggest synagogue and an essential neighborhood building, The Jewish cemetery within the Mellah is open and quiet, with well-kept white stone markers in French, Hebrew and Spanish. Then we visit the Museum of Moroccan Judaism of Casablanca which is the primary Jewish Museum in any Arab nation. It presents religious, ethnographic and creative objects that reveal the historical past, faith, traditions and every day lifetime of Jews within the context of Moroccan civilization.