A coastal, port and commercial city of four million inhabitants through which more than half of the country's goods pass, Casablanca is a dynamic and modern metropolis looking to the future. As the economic capital and first Moroccan financial centre, it attracts investors from all over the world, so that the major hotel chains and other luxury brands continue to flourish in the city, almost supplanting its breathtaking architectural heritage. The Casablanca tourist guide honours the richness of the stones, from the Art Deco villas dating back to the time of the French protectorate to the alleys of the old medina - a real central market - which lives at a rate that is not urban. Under the arcades of the Habous or in the heart of the souk of the new medina, built 100 years ago, the visitor comes to hunt for some handicrafts from the Maghreb while trying the delicate art of negotiation, then he will head to the kissaria of Derb Sultan to take the pulse of the city before pushing the door of a few clubs in the Corniche, a waterfront district loved by night owls. If the city's experience is challenging, you will find yourself on the coast: the beaches of Dar Bouazza and their fish restaurants, or the ancient Portuguese cities of the Doukkala Country are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the fresh air. Welcome to the White City, a unique destination, with mint tea, palm groves, kasbah and Moroccan culture!

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When to go to Casablanca?

When to go to Casblanca? On the Atlantic coast, the high season is summer, from around mid-June to mid-September, when foreign tourists and Moroccans themselves come to enjoy the sea and the coolness of the coast. For economic and tranquility reasons, the best time to go to Casablanca is certainly the low season. During this period, hotels grant discounts of up to 50%. On the negative side, however, some services and animations can be deleted. Also pay attention to the Ramadan period, when the country is living in slow motion and eating becomes complicated. This sacred month for Muslims advances by about ten days each year. When to go to Casablanca? All year round, trying to avoid the months of July and August.

How to go to Casablanca? Our advice & tips

  • Organised trips
  • Going alone
  • Moving around

Morocco and Casablanca are on the menu of many tour operators and travel agencies. Whether you choose an all-inclusive stay (all-inclusive stay), a honeymoon, a family holiday, a autotour or a tailor-made holiday, you will very easily find a service provider who will make it easier to organise your holiday.

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The average price of a direct return flight from France to Casablanca airport (high season/low season) is around €150. It should be noted that the price variation, which can be very large here, depends on the company borrowed but, above all, on the reservation time. To obtain attractive rates, it is essential to do so well in advance. Remember to buy your tickets several months before departure!

To get around Casablanca, apart from the old centre, which can be visited very well on foot, you can use public transport (an efficient and inexpensive bus network, as well as the brand new tramway) or small taxis. It is possible to rent a car or scooter.

Prepare for your trip Casablanca

Transportation
  • Book a ferry
  • Car Rental
  • Taxi
Accommodations
  • Find a hotel
  • Holiday rental
Stays
  • Tailor-made trip
Services / On site
  • Book a table
  • Activities & visits

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When to travel?

When to go to Casblanca? On the Atlantic coast, the high season is summer, from around mid-June to mid-September, wh...
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Weather forecast

Thanks to a mild oceanic climate, the weather in Casablanca is very pleasant all year round, and the seasons are rela...
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Budget

The Moroccan currency is the Moroccan dirham (DH). Without being a expensive country, Casablanca and Morocco are not...
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Formalities

For French, Belgian, Swiss and canadiens  nationals: the valid passport is mandatory for any individual stay in Cas...
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Health

No specific vaccinations to be done before going to Casablanca. Malaria is almost non-existent in Morocco and at leas...
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How to travel by yourself?

The average price of a direct return flight from France to Casablanca airport (high season/low season) is around €1...
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How to get organized?

Morocco and Casablanca are on the menu of many tour operators and travel agencies. Whether you choose an all-inclu...
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Getting around

To get around Casablanca, apart from the old centre, which can be visited very well on foot, you can use public trans...
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