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Casablanca
Morocco

The port of Casablanca, located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, is the most important in Morocco. Casablanca is the economic center of Morocco. The capital of Morocco, Rabat, is located about 90 km further east.

Useful Information

Language

Arabic (and French)

Currency

MAD
Moroccan dirham

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Time difference

UTC: 1

from New York: +6h

from San Francisco: +8h

from London: +1h

Tips

10% to 15% will be appreciated in restaurants.

Weather
°C °F

MonthTemperature (Celsius)Temperature (Fahrenheit)Precipitations
Minimum
Average
Maximum
(mminch)
January
8 47
13 55
17 63
622.50
February
9 48
14 57
18 64
592.25
March
10 50
15 60
19 67
512.00
April
12 53
17 62
21 69
401.50
May
14 58
19 65
22 72
190.75
June
17 63
21 70
24 75
60.25
July
20 67
23 73
26 79
10.00
August
20 68
23 74
26 79
00.00
September
18 65
22 72
26 78
50.25
October
15 59
20 68
24 75
311.25
November
12 54
17 62
21 69
743.00
December
10 49
14 58
18 65
783.00

Where is locate the Port of Casablanca

Cruise ships dock at the commercial port of Casablanca. A shuttle is usually available to take you to the entrance of the port.

Travelling around the port of Casablanca

Taxis are available at the port. Red taxis use taximeters only. White taxis can be shared and hired by the hour or by the day.

Activities in Casablanca

Neighborhoods

Old Medina

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This historic district gives you a glimpse of pre-20th century Casablanca. Its souk runs along the ancient walls of the city.

Landmarks

Hassan II Mosque

Erected by the sea, this mosque was built between 1986 and 1993. It is named after King Hassan II who is at the origin of the project. The quality of the work of the craftsmen is remarkable. You can visit the mosque outside of prayer hours and a small museum showcases the work of the craftsmen. The tour lasts 45 minutes. You have to be dressed properly to visit this place.

Royal Palace of Casablanca

The palace was built in the 1920s in an Arab-Muslim style. The palace is not open to visitors.

Mohammed V Square

This square now bears the name of the former King Mohammed V. It was built at the beginning of the Period of French colonization in 1916.

United Nation Square

A very lively square in the center of the city characterized by the richness of the architecture of the buildings that surround it and a dome built in the center of the square.

Église Notre-Dame de Lourdes

Catholic church with modern architecture built in 1954. Its stained glass windows are spectacular.

The Mahkama of the Pasha

This Hispano-Moorish style building served as a Muslim court and residence of the Pasha (the governor of the city). A guided tour allows you to discover the sumptuous building.

Nature

Isesco Park

This pretty park offers flowerbeds and pools of water. A quiet place to take a break.

Activities

Central Market

At the Central Market, you can find seafood, fruits and vegetables, flowers and some handicrafts. It is a popular place for lunch.

Nearby

Rabat

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An excursion to Rabat, the capital of Morocco, will allow you to see the Mosque of Hassan, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, the Kasbah of the Oudayas and pass in front of the Royal Palace of Mechouar.

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