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Casablanca at a Glance

Casablanca is a coastal city, and towards the sea there’s a strip of excellent hotels and some of Casa’s best restaurants. This is also where Casablanca’s greatest landmark stands; set on a man-made promontory, the king has recently built the largest Mosque outside of Mecca and described as the eighth wonder of the world. It’s tower stands 200 meters high and is topped by a laser pointing to Mecca.
Casablanca has a French soul. With so many pavement cafés, there’s a distinctly gallic flavour, yet you can’t forget this is Morocco. Bargains to be had in Casablanca include leather bags and briefcases.

Area 386 Square Kilometers

Population 3.36 Million

Winter Temperature 13 C

Summer Temperature 23 C

Best Time To Visit There are events that take place in Casablanca all year long, but the two best, the Festival de Casablanca and the Feast of the Throne, occur in July. The best time to visit Casablanca is between November and May.



Mohammed V International Airport is the busiest gateway to the country and is well-connected to Europe. Royal Air Maroc flies to New York JFK,Canada, many cities in Europe, and has connecting flightsto all northern and many other African countries such as Nigeria, Central African Republic, Senegal.



Many bus companies run through the city, the bus routes are the same for a given number, although the route remains completely unclear. Going by bus is the cheapest way to get around but some companies such as Hana Bus have vehicles in a disastrous state.

Mosque Hassan II


In July 1993, present King Mohammed VI's father, King Hassan II, inaugurated his namesake mosque, second only in size to the one in the Holy City of Mecca. A source of great national pride, the towering edifice is built over the water, and is large enough to accommodate over 100,000 worshippers. Most of the country contributed to its construction, and many people exhibit certificates to that effect in their homes or in their place of business.

Parc de la Ligue Arabe


The beautifully landscaped gardens that stretch through the heart of downtown shelter a decommissioned cathedral, a busy playground, a gymnastics compound, and cafés nestled among giant fig trees. It is the largest park in the city, laid out in the European fashion. The Sacré Coeur Cathedral here is a focus of attention but has fallen into disuse since being built by the French in the years between the two world wars. However, in its Art Deco lines you can see the Parisian cathedral it is named after.

The Old Medina


The Old Medina, hidden behind thick stone walls, houses a maze of alleyways, as well as the Portuguese bastion called La Skala and 18th-century cannons. Most stalls crowd around the restored 1920s clock tower. Buyers beware, for the medina is a haven for pickpockets, but it is also great to wander round browsing the sights, sounds and smells.

El Jadida


Located 60 miles south of Casablanca, El Jadida is famous for its Portuguese "Cistern" an antique water tower. It was a Portuguese fortified town for a couple of centuries before being besieged and falling in 1769. You can still walk the old city walls and bastions, although there hasn't been much done to preserve them and in parts they appear rather shabby and dirty .

Anfaplace Shopping Center


Shopping mall
Address: 20000, Boulevard de la Corniche, Casablanca, Morocco

Blend Gourmet Burger


Address: 9 rue Theophile Gauthier, Casablanca, Morocco

Rick's Caf Casablanca


Continental Restaurant
Address: 248 BLVD SOUR JDID، Casablanca 20250, Morocco


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