What to do in Casablanca in one day

09:00 – Hotel & Spa Le Doge

09:30 – Visit Cathedral du Sacre Coeur and Square of Mohammed V

10:30 – Patisserie Bennis Habous

11:00 – Quartier Habous (New Medina)

12:30 – Lunch at Le Riad

14:00 – Shopping at Central Market

16:00 – La Bodega

17:00 – Exploring Old Medina

18:30 – Visiting Hassan II Mosque

19:30 – Rick’s cafe

21:00 – B Rock

22:30 – Sky 28

23:59 – V Club

 

We mapped out your day trip in Casablanca

Each highlight of your day trip is numbered, simply follow the guide

What you should absolutely know about Casablanca

City highlights, food & drinks, expressions, weather, how to get there and how to get around

Casablanca is the gateway city of western Morocco. This marvelous city brings together Europe and Africa at one central trading point. Casablanca serves as a major commercial center and reflects as a progressive city alongside as a cultural treasure of mixed cultures. During your Casablanca day trips, soak up the city’s rich history at the many museums or embark on a walking tour around the city. Enjoy the sunshine at an outdoor café. Visit the beautiful Hassan II Mosque or enjoy a great night out within the city. In one visit, you’ll definitely find yourself falling in love with this spectacular city

Visit the towering Casablanca Cathedral and the Casablanca Twin Center. Enjoy a sunny day at the Parc de la Ligue Arabe, with its many green spaces and quaint cafes. Explore the cutting-edge art scene and modern art at the Villa des Arts

Delve into bowls of B’ssara served with exotic cumin and some fresh bread and enjoy the tasty snack chebakkiya, which resembles a pretzel. A popular drink you may encounter is a mint tea. It is often served sweetened and is very refreshing

“Ssalamu lekum” means “Hello” and “Metserrfin” means “Pleased to meet you” and “Besseha” means “Cheers”.  To ask someone if they speak English, ask “Wash kat’ref negliziya?” “No” is “La”, “Yes” is “Wah”, and “Thank you” is “Choukran”

The summer season boasts highs of 80 degrees. Fall weather drops to the low-70s. In the winter months, temperatures reach an average of 64 degrees, but fall to the low-50s at night. Come springtime, the weather will warm to the mid-70s

The train station is a short walk from the airport and costs around 30 to 55 Moroccan dirham. Be wary: taking a taxi from the airport to the city center could cost up to 400 Moroccan dirham. The bus costs around 40 Moroccan dirham

The best way to get around Morocco is utilizing the train system, but the train tends to take longer than other forms of public transportation. Travel by taxi or bus to get around a little faster. Much of the city is walkable too

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