Gite Nadia

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Km 13,5 Route principale No 1, Casablanca, 20230, Morocco
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Costs 42% less and rated 19% higher than other 4 star hotels

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  • Couples58
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  • Business66

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Forum Posts

How To Go To Hassan II Mosque From Casablanca Airport?

by Freelancer1000000

Hi there..

1. is there only 1 casablanca airport in Morocco?

2. how to get a train to hassan II mosque from the airport and how much is the fare?

3. from hassan II mosque train station, can i straight away go to Marrakech? How much is the train fare

Re: How To Go To Hassan II Mosque From Casablanca Airport?

by angiebabe

Hi, yes there is only one airport for Casablanca, transport doesnt cost much really anywhere so train into the city from the airport is cheap enough and so are taxis that you can catch from the train station to the hassan mosque, walk along the beach to the cafe complexs north of the mosque and then catch a taxi back to the train station.

The mosque is certainly worth the effort of visiting but there are also interesting buildings around the city centre that are worth seeing too for their design - art deco mix.

Re: How To Go To Hassan II Mosque From Casablanca Airport?

by TheLongTone

Hate to have to orret you angie, but in point of pedanti fat there are attually two airports serving Casa: so so experiene of using air tiket search sites. However, in effet you are right sine all the flights go to one. Probably alled hassan II.

www.oncf.ma is the website for the moroccan rail network.

Re: How To Go To Hassan II Mosque From Casablanca Airport?

by TheLongTone

There is obviously something unspeakable lodged under the 'C' key on my omputer. I'll have to lean it.

Re: How To Go To Hassan II Mosque From Casablanca Airport?

by angiebabe

Hi Antony,how are you doing - a bit of a laugh about those missing c's! and as you are also one of our Morocco gurus please dont think i mind being corrected but as for one or two airports for Casa - if you mean international airport versus some private landing pad somewhere Im only aware of one international airport for Casablanca and its called Mohammed V. Not everything is called Hassan II. Its 30km south of Casablanca and with a google lookup the website available has a good range of info of its services.

I have flown from Casa and we had no problems with mistaken airports or having to check whether we had landed or were taking off again at the right one because the pilot was pretty sure there was only that one serving international flights for Casa.

Have an enjoyable visit to Casa - the Lonely Planet is a good guidebook to take along with you as is also the DK eyewitness guide, to give you some preparation on art deco buildings/interesting architecture to see eg. the downtown postoffice, while you can if you are into that as well.

Re: How To Go To Hassan II Mosque From Casablanca Airport?

by TheLongTone

All I know is that if you do a booking search for Casblanca you get asked which airport you want. So it's an airport with a three-letter code and all, not just an airfield. Whether you can actually get a flight there, who knows.

Travel Tips for Casablanca

Resting on the Steps

by jujub

and this is me, resting a bit on the cold marble (i think it's marble?), after walking in the scorching sun for awhile =)

this is still part of the mosque; did i mention the place is huge?? ;)

Water men

by micas_pt

In Morocco you probably won't see much women sitting at the cafes or open door cafes. There is a reason for this: they believe that only bad-reputation women will sit at cafes. As soon as the guide mentioned this I paid more attention when looking at cafes and esplanades and it was a fact that I couldn't almost find a woman. The only one I saw looked like it was a tourist.

For the reason mentioned, a new business opportunity was born: women needed to buy water elsewhere. So, men dressed in traditional colourful customs carried and sold water on the streets.

Nowadays, they no longer sell water. However, being so colourful and typical they make the delights of tourists. Hence a new business opportunity!! You have to pay for you photo with them.

Ugly shopkeepers

by ashafruddin

Casablanca a city of beauty and great food, but alas the shopkeepers of the alley. Their hecklings on tourists with absurd low prices merely to ridicule us. They should not prejudge as we may not be keen on their goods for whatever reason and not because we cannot afford them. (But not as bad as Cairo, to cheat you on currency - started calling out in Egyptian pound and once you were enticed they demanded British pound or US Dollar or else they intimidate by gathering around you!) To be treated this way, and the need for a visa to visit this country, I reserve my comment

Do you like pigeons?

by matcrazy1

You can feed numerous pigeons in Mohammed V Place. Just follow local kids - they feed them with bread. I noticed that pigeons of Casablanca rather don't trust people and don't want to eat bread from hands.
Hmm... maybe they don't like bread so much, what else do pigeons eat? Rather not chocolade, I suppose, although you can try :-).

By Train

by keeweechic

If you are travelling to Casablanca from Marrakesh, there is a train every couple of hours or so and will take around 3 ½ hours – Casa Voyaguers. From Rabat there is an express shuttle which runs every hour and will take around 1 ½ hrs. The main train station where the Casa Voyaguers comes into is in the city centre. Casa Port is the other train station which is close to the old part of the city and there is an interconnecting train between the two train stations which will take around 45 mins – quite a bit longer than taking a taxi.

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