9 suggestions for your visit in Casablanca
Here a short list with few suggestions on where to eat, where to sleep and what to do when in Casablanca.
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Le Basmane
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Definitely have their Morrocan tea and their cous-cous. One of the best in Casablanca. During dinner time there is also a typical dance show.
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La Sqala
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I really had the kebab which was very delicious. Also the appetizer are very good. The patio with the fountains are very nice. It has also a nice spot for taking a photo with a classic Moroccan door behind.
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Hôtel Central
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The Hôtel Central in Casablanca is a historic hotel located in the heart of the city. It offers comfortable accommodations, modern amenities, and convenient access to popular attractions, making it an ideal choice for both business and leisure travelers. With its central location, guests can easily explore the vibrant culture, bustling markets, and iconic landmarks of Casablanca.
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Sofitel Casablanca Tour Blanche
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The Sofitel Casablanca is a luxurious hotel situated in the heart of Casablanca, offering impeccable service, elegant accommodations, and top-notch amenities. With its modern design and upscale atmosphere, the Sofitel provides a sophisticated retreat for travelers seeking comfort and style. Its prime location allows guests to enjoy stunning views of the city and easy access to nearby attractions, making it a premier destination for both business and leisure travelers alike.
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Hôtel particulier Le Doge - Relais & Châteaux
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Hôtel Particulier Le Doge is an exquisite boutique hotel nestled in the heart of Casablanca, Morocco. This historic property boasts elegant Belle Époque architecture, luxurious accommodations, and personalized service. Each room is uniquely designed with attention to detail, combining traditional Moroccan elements with modern amenities. Guests can indulge in gourmet cuisine at the hotel's restaurant, relax in the elegant lounge, or unwind in the tranquil courtyard garden. With its intimate ambiance and impeccable hospitality, Hôtel Particulier Le Doge offers a truly enchanting experience for discerning travelers.
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Hassan II Mosque
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Consider joining a guided tour of the mosque to learn about its history, architecture, and cultural significance. Knowledgeable guides provide insights into the construction process and share fascinating stories about the mosque’s design and symbolism.
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Old Medina | سوق وسط المدينة القديمة
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The Old Medina of Casablanca is a historic district characterized by narrow winding streets, bustling souks, and ancient architecture. Dating back centuries, it offers a glimpse into the city's past, with traditional Moroccan houses, ornate mosques, and vibrant markets selling everything from spices to handicrafts. Visitors can wander through the labyrinthine alleyways, admire the intricate details of the buildings, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere of this cultural hub. The Old Medina is a must-visit destination for those seeking to experience the authentic charm and heritage of Casablanca.
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Boulevard Mohamed V
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Boulevard Mohamed V is one of the main thoroughfares in Casablanca, known for its bustling energy, architectural landmarks, and vibrant atmosphere. Lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants, the boulevard offers a lively setting for both locals and visitors to enjoy. It serves as a popular spot for leisurely strolls, people-watching, and shopping, with a mix of modern and colonial-era buildings adding to its charm. Boulevard Mohamed V is also a hub for cultural events, parades, and celebrations, making it a dynamic and iconic street in the heart of Casablanca.
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Need a ride?

Getting around Casablanca with a taxi is very cheap.

The official taxis in Casablanca are red-coloured. Unfortunately the majority of taxis do not accept credit cards, so make sure you have enough Dirham.

As an alternative you can call a taxi using these two apps:

- Careem (you can register and pay with your card)

- InDrive (the difference to other similar app is that with inDrive you haggle the price with the driver. Unfortunately you can only pay in cash)

Do you want more?

Check my guide of Casablanca!

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Ciao a tutti! I'm Andrea and I am from Italy. I live in Latina, one hour away from Rome, but my origins are from Lecce province in south Italy. Whenever I have the opportunity I love to hop on a plane and explore the world. I usually travel solo, whether for pleasure or for business. I love to eat and everywhere I go I always try to eat like a local to savour better my travelling experience.
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9 suggestions for your visit in Casablanca
Here a short list with few suggestions on where to eat, where to sleep and what to do when in Casablanca.
9 Places • ago
Free

Feeling hungry?

Le Basmane
@andrearizzo
Definitely have their Morrocan tea and their cous-cous. One of the best in Casablanca. During dinner time there is also a typical dance show.
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Details
La Sqala
@andrearizzo
I really had the kebab which was very delicious. Also the appetizer are very good. The patio with the fountains are very nice. It has also a nice spot for taking a photo with a classic Moroccan door behind.
Add to
Details
Oliveri Maârif
@andrearizzo
Add to
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Feeling tired?

Hôtel Central
@andrearizzo
The Hôtel Central in Casablanca is a historic hotel located in the heart of the city. It offers comfortable accommodations, modern amenities, and convenient access to popular attractions, making it an ideal choice for both business and leisure travelers. With its central location, guests can easily explore the vibrant culture, bustling markets, and iconic landmarks of Casablanca.
Add to
Details
Sofitel Casablanca Tour Blanche
@andrearizzo
The Sofitel Casablanca is a luxurious hotel situated in the heart of Casablanca, offering impeccable service, elegant accommodations, and top-notch amenities. With its modern design and upscale atmosphere, the Sofitel provides a sophisticated retreat for travelers seeking comfort and style. Its prime location allows guests to enjoy stunning views of the city and easy access to nearby attractions, making it a premier destination for both business and leisure travelers alike.
Add to
Details
Hôtel particulier Le Doge - Relais & Châteaux
@andrearizzo
Hôtel Particulier Le Doge is an exquisite boutique hotel nestled in the heart of Casablanca, Morocco. This historic property boasts elegant Belle Époque architecture, luxurious accommodations, and personalized service. Each room is uniquely designed with attention to detail, combining traditional Moroccan elements with modern amenities. Guests can indulge in gourmet cuisine at the hotel's restaurant, relax in the elegant lounge, or unwind in the tranquil courtyard garden. With its intimate ambiance and impeccable hospitality, Hôtel Particulier Le Doge offers a truly enchanting experience for discerning travelers.
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Feeling bored?

Hassan II Mosque
@andrearizzo
Consider joining a guided tour of the mosque to learn about its history, architecture, and cultural significance. Knowledgeable guides provide insights into the construction process and share fascinating stories about the mosque’s design and symbolism.
Add to
Details
Old Medina | سوق وسط المدينة القديمة
@andrearizzo
The Old Medina of Casablanca is a historic district characterized by narrow winding streets, bustling souks, and ancient architecture. Dating back centuries, it offers a glimpse into the city's past, with traditional Moroccan houses, ornate mosques, and vibrant markets selling everything from spices to handicrafts. Visitors can wander through the labyrinthine alleyways, admire the intricate details of the buildings, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere of this cultural hub. The Old Medina is a must-visit destination for those seeking to experience the authentic charm and heritage of Casablanca.
Add to
Details
Boulevard Mohamed V
@andrearizzo
Boulevard Mohamed V is one of the main thoroughfares in Casablanca, known for its bustling energy, architectural landmarks, and vibrant atmosphere. Lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants, the boulevard offers a lively setting for both locals and visitors to enjoy. It serves as a popular spot for leisurely strolls, people-watching, and shopping, with a mix of modern and colonial-era buildings adding to its charm. Boulevard Mohamed V is also a hub for cultural events, parades, and celebrations, making it a dynamic and iconic street in the heart of Casablanca.
Add to
Details

Need a ride?

Getting around Casablanca with a taxi is very cheap.

The official taxis in Casablanca are red-coloured. Unfortunately the majority of taxis do not accept credit cards, so make sure you have enough Dirham.

As an alternative you can call a taxi using these two apps:

- Careem (you can register and pay with your card)

- InDrive (the difference to other similar app is that with inDrive you haggle the price with the driver. Unfortunately you can only pay in cash)

Do you want more?

Check my guide of Casablanca!

* * *
CURATED BY
Ciao a tutti! I'm Andrea and I am from Italy. I live in Latina, one hour away from Rome, but my origins are from Lecce province in south Italy. Whenever I have the opportunity I love to hop on a plane and explore the world. I usually travel solo, whether for pleasure or for business. I love to eat and everywhere I go I always try to eat like a local to savour better my travelling experience.
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