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Casablanca Half-Day Sightseeing Tour
"Meet in the Racine area or opt for hotel pickup if you are staying in the center of Casablanca. Hop aboard a comfortable sedan minivan or coach depending on the size of your group and sit back as your guide takes you through the city. During your 3-hour tour you’ll discover the vast size of Casablanca which is the largest city in Morocco and the country’s major economic industrial and cultural center. Start with a visit to the United Nations Place
From EUR68.00
 
Casablanca Guided Sightseeing Tour
"Take this tour to see the most important sights of Casablanca or “White House” in Arabic Dar El Beida a name given due to the white houses facing the ocean at the Anfa district by the Spanish and Portuguese sailors who stopped there before the city was built. Today it is a modern city with boulevards and modern infrastructure. Stroll along Habbous distri a fine example of successful adaptation of modern town planning in style of a traditional Medina. You will be seeing the United Nations Place Mohammed V Square the Central Market the Royal Palace surrounding the Habbous Quarter
From EUR69.00
 
Private Guided Tour of Casablanca
"Your private tour begins with pick up from either the port airport or local hotel. Your air-conditioned chauffeured van and guide will provide a safe and comfortable experience as you start your journey exploring Morocco's largest city.Begin with a must see - Hassan II Mosque which was finished in 1993. Its minaret is the world's tallest at 689 ft (210 metres) and can hold up to 105000 worshipers including 25
From $375.00

More Local Customs in Casablanca

Haggle!!!

Well, i dont know where to put this; it goes under Local Customs and General Tips:If you are at the market, or just at a shopDo the following:1) Examine the product, you are to buy, have a look...
atifkazi
Aug 12, 2004

The Henna Ladies

"Henna ladies" (as I like to call them) are ubiquitous in Morocco. Often they will aggressively grab your hand in an effort to start the hennaing process before you can say "no" or strike a price. I...
Urban_Kitten
Jan 05, 2004

THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND<br/>How...

THINGS TO KEEP IN MINDHow much tipping?The currency of Morocco is the dirham (MAD), which is sub-divided into 100 centimes.Unless a service charge is added, tipping is expected and around 10-15% of...
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LysDor
Sep 12, 2002

Long live Soviet-Moroccan friendship!

The highlight of old Cliffie's social adventures in Casablanca was the night he gatecrashed a reception at the Soviet Consulate. When the outer ring of Moroccan police asked for his invitation, he...
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CliffClaven
Aug 24, 2002

Aïd el Kebir

Many of old Cliffie's glimpses of Moroccan life that few tourists experience were thanks to a Moroccan friend - Saad by name but not by nature - who introduced him to his family and friends. Invited...
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CliffClaven
Aug 24, 2002

I've written down some more...

I've written down some more tips which you may find interesting... If you can, try and carry a few colorful postcards/ photos from home and give your new found FRIENDS inMorocco a glimpse of where you...
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Krystynn
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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Drinking Water: <br/><br/>The water...

Drinking Water: The water is NOT SAFE TO DRINK here in Morocco. So... don't even DRINK the FRUIT JUICES here (because once something has been mixed with water, it's 'contaminated').... One of my...
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Krystynn
Aug 24, 2002

Finally, DO give some serious...

Finally, DO give some serious thought to how you dress. I apologize if I sound like some broken record... but I just want to get my point across, ya know? Very important. How you dress will either...
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Krystynn
Aug 24, 2002

If you run into someone like...

If you run into someone like this, you'll know that you spent too much time in the desert, have had your mint tea spiked or your whole trip to TANGIER was just a dream and you are now just sequencing...
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pjallittle
Aug 24, 2002

Watermen

You wil see them they are selling water,they will ask for money if you you wanna take a picture with them...You can always sneak and picture without they see you to avoid paying them in the end.
Robin020
Feb 13, 2012

Mint tea

Have a mint tea is very popular in the city,at afternoon you will see many locals go to caffee to drink te mint tea and chat.
Robin020
Feb 13, 2012

Top Hotels in Casablanca

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Place des Nations Unies, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco
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100 Avenue des F.A.R., Casablanca, 20000, Morocco
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Twin Center Angle, Blvd Zerktouni, Casablanca, 20 000, Morocco
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Angle Bd de l'Ocean Atlantique et Bd de la Corniche, Ain Diab, Casablanca, Morocco
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Rond Point Hassan II, (Formerly Crowne Plaza Hotel), Casablanca, 20000, Morocco
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27 Av de l'Armee Royale, Casablanca, 21000, Morocco
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Top Things to Do in Casablanca

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Hassan II Mosque

Since I was not allowed to go inside, I spent about half an hour outside of the mosques taking pictures. Its location is pretty, by the Atlantic Ocean. I read that about 25.000 people can be...
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Old Medina

The old part of Casablanca, within a set of city walls and known as the Medina, is surprisingly easy to miss. You could wander around the city centre for a few hours, then take a taxi out to the big...
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La Corniche

After leaving Fes my next destination was Marrakesh, rather a long six-hour train journey, so I decided to break it in Casablanca and as the weather was hot I could rest on the Corniche beach for a...
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Quartiers des Habous

Some distance south of the city centre, after blocks of drab apartments and offices, things suddenly perk up a little bit. A stone mosque with what looks like a village green out the front, narrow...
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Cathédrale de Sacré-Coeur

Just off the square, look out for two sparkling white towers and a spiky roof...this is the Cathedrale du Sacre Coeur, an odd yet beautiful Moroccan-colonial building. The first time I came to visit,...
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Modern City Life

I'm usually an old building fan, so in the Arab World, I generally get my kicks in the medinas where the oldest and most interesting quarters are found, and hardly visit the new modern parts of town....
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Top 5 Casablanca Writers

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matcrazy1

"Real Casablanca is not a Hollywood image"
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Doctor38

"C A S A B L A N C A, Toursit trap or not?"
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JLBG

"Modern town"
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call_me_rhia

"casablanca"
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LysDor

"TWO DAYS IN "CASA""
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