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Updated, Jun 2023


The largest city in Morocco, Casablanca, is a bustling, international attraction on the Atlantic coast.

The city offers an intriguing fusion of Moroccan customs and European influences and is well known for its modern architecture and energetic atmosphere.

Explore the Hassan II Mosque, a stunning example of modern architecture with a view of the ocean, or take a stroll through the beautiful Old Medina with its winding lanes and lively souks.

Enjoy breath-taking vistas from the Corniche promenade, delectable Moroccan food in neighbourhood eateries, or a buzzing nightlife at hip pubs and clubs. A mesmerising city, Casablanca elegantly blends the old and the new.

Best time to visit: The spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the finest seasons to visit Casablanca because of the mild and pleasant weather. These times of year offer pleasant weather, making them perfect for taking advantage of the city’s attractions and participating in outdoor activities. Avoid the humid summer months and the occasionally chilly and rainy winter.

Getting In & Around

Getting in

Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport:
approximately 30 km south from casablanca city centre, address: Route de Nouasseur, Casablanca, Morocco, visit website, phone: +212 5225 39040, Train: 50 MAD – book here, Taxi: 300 MAD, Bus: 20 MAD

Piazza Duomo

See & Do

There are many interesting things to see and do in Casablanca. Start by going to the Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world and a work of beauty from an architectural standpoint.

Discover the ancient souks and historical landmarks like the Mahkama du Pacha in the Old Medina to fully experience the colourful local culture. Walk down the Corniche to take in the breathtaking ocean views and unwind in beach clubs.

To appreciate the city’s distinctive architecture, go to the Art Deco neighbourhood. Enjoy delectable Moroccan food in neighbourhood eateries, and don’t miss the chance to take part in the vibrant nightlife at hip bars and clubs.

Piazza Duomo