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Flights to Casablanca

The name Casablanca is more likely to conjure up images of the iconic 1942 film than the Moroccan city itself. But, funnily enough, there were no flights to Casablanca for Humphrey Bogart and the rest of the cast and crew making this wartime classic; the movie was actually shot almost entirely in Hollywood.

With five million inhabitants, Casablanca is Morocco’s – as well as the Maghreb’s – largest city. Yet it is sometimes easy to overlook due to the preconceived idea it’s more of a business hub as opposed to a tourist destination. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

It’s best to book your trip to this Moroccan metropolis with an open mind, because the first thing that will strike you upon arrival is the distinct lack of tourists. Most visitors choose Marrakech or capital city Rabat as their first stop, with many coming to Casablanca just on a day trip. With the likes of the Hassan II Mosque and other stunning architecture to see, they’re missing out.

Casablanca – or Casa as its residents call it – offers the perfect mix of places to see and things to do. Ancient structures and older areas fuse with contemporary neighbourhoods. Moroccans work hard, but know how to relax and enjoy themselves, and the Corniche is where the city really comes to life at night. Locals frequent most of the restaurants and nightlife options here, and the service is always warm and friendly.

Casablanca is also a foodie haven, offering different types of delicious cuisine – ranging from local and fuss-free to French and fancy. Whatever it is that you decide to do in Casablanca, you’re guaranteed to have a good time.

What to do in Casablanca

Go shopping in the souks

Around Old Medina is a souk that sells traditional Moroccan pottery and leather goods. If you’re looking for a market popular with the locals, the Derb Ghallef neighbourhood’s shops and stalls offer everything from jewellery to smoothies.

Souk Derb Ghallef
Between Boulevard Anoual and Boulevard Raphael

Marvel at the Hassan II Mosque

The Hassan II Mosque alone is worth a trip to Casablanca. This exquisite place of worship is the largest mosque in Morocco and among the largest in the world. During low tide, take a trip to the Shrine of Sidi Abderrahman, which is built on a rock off shore, and surrounded by a tiny, medina-like neighbourhood.

Boulevard Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah

Shop at Morocco Mall

Casablanca is home to one of the largest shopping malls in Africa: Morocco Mall. So prepare to part with some serious cash if you’re looking for international high street or designer items. The centre also features a massive aquarium containing exotic fish and other sea creatures.

Boulevard de l’Océan Atlantique
+212 801 001 230

Where to eat in Casablanca

La Relais de Paris (French/Seafood)

For a slice of exquisite Parisian culinary heaven, look no further than La Relais de Paris. Focusing on high-quality gourmet fare, this brasserie excels in all things seafood, particularly salmon and swordfish dishes. Try and reserve a table on the terrace – the views are mesmerising.

Hôtel Villa Blanca
Boulevard de la Corniche
+212 522 39 25 10

La Sqala (Moroccan)

Looking for something more traditional? This quirky little al fresco spot is a nice escape from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Set in what looks like a yellow fort, La Sqala offers a range of Moroccan dishes, with a few European options thrown in for good measure.

Boulevard des Almohades
Old Medina
+212 522 260 960

Patisserie Bennis Habous (Bakery)

A trip to Casablanca wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the city’s iconic dessert shop. Patisserie Bennis Habous has been around since the 1930s and remains the go-to place for authentic pastries. Be sure to try the sublime kaab el hazal (gazelle’s horns), a flaky pastry filled with almond paste and infused with orange flower water and cinnamon.

2 Rue Fkih El Gabbas
Quartier Habous
20100
+212 22 303 025

Places to stay in Casablanca

Dar Diafa

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city by staying at this gorgeous bed and breakfast on the outskirts of Casablanca. Dar Diafa offers a traditional experience, with the few rooms elegantly designed and decorated in Moroccan textiles. Take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool or relax in the garden lounge.

45 Lot Lina
Sidi Maarouf
+212 661 324 824

Hôtel & Spa Le Doge

This little hotel has colourful rooms, modern and word art on the walls, and stained glass windows. Another lovely touch is the number of gadgets and gizmos. Le Doge serves a full breakfast every morning in the Art Deco dining room.

9 Rue Du Docteur Veyre
Boulevard Rachidi
+212 522 467 800

Hôtel Transatlantique

This hotel, which has been around since the 1920s, has some great history behind it – the legendary French singer Edith Piaf once stayed here. Having been carefully refurbished to preserve its nostalgic ambience, Hôtel Transatlantique is still very much a popular option in Casablanca.

79 Rue Chaouia
Fonciere
+212 22 294 551

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