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Located within 2 km of Anfa Place Living Resort and 2 km of Hassan II Mosq in Casablanca, #10 Racine triangle d or near aindiab provides accommodation with a flat-screen TV. Each unit comes with air-conditioned bedrooms and a kitchen with a minibar. Popular points of interest near the apartment include Twin Center Shopping Center, Casablanca Cathedral and Arab League Park. The nearest airport is Mohammed V International Airport, 25 km from #10 Racine triangle d or near aindiab.
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Appartement très moderne situé en plein triangle d’or pres du twin centre. Doté de tous les moyens de conforts nécessaires. Tv satellite. Wifi (fibre optique) Climatisation . Machine à laver Un très beau coin salle à manger. Un séjour large et confortable. Appartement neuf avec ascenseur et parking
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Your guide to Casablanca
Welcome to Casablanca
Casablanca has grown to become Morocco’s largest, most modern city. The hotspots of Fez and Marrakech might be more of a tourist destination, but this is what makes Casablanca all the more intriguing. It’s not trying to impress and cater to visitors; it’s a working city with an authentic personality of its own.
Casablanca is studded with gorgeous Art Deco buildings, boulevards lined with French patisseries, and genuinely breathtaking sights, such as the Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest in Africa and staggering in scale. There are excellent beaches and delicious seafood around the Corniche region, haggling practice to be undertaken at the Medina market, ancient treasures at the Abderrahman Slaoui Museum, and excellent people-watching possibilities in the Arab League Park. Casablanca is an exciting, vibrant city to explore.
How do I get around Casablanca?
Casablanca’s airport is Mohammed V International (CMN), located to the south of the city. There’s a train that can transport you from the airport into town (Casa Port being the main city centre stop) in around 45 minutes. Taxis are also plentiful at the airport and a great way to get around the city, though cabs tend to be more expensive at night, and it's always wise to negotiate the price in advance if your cab doesn’t have a meter. There’s an extensive bus system that serves the city, but the tramway is slightly less busy and more visitor friendly, with the T1 line travelling north and south and the T2 heading west to east, with routes out to the beach.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Casablanca?
There really isn’t a bad time to come and stay in a Casablanca apartment. It’s warm and welcoming throughout the year. Sitting on the Atlantic coast, it’s not quite as steamy as other Moroccan cities. The summer months heat up and it can get crowded on the beach, but the chances of rain are slim. Things are still pleasantly warm during the winter months, with greater chances for rain showers, but this is the ideal time to explore all those winding Medina streets and delightful souks. The large Casa Arts Festival, with music, dance acts, and films celebrating the city, takes place in July. This is also when the excellently named Jazzablanca jazz festival occurs. September sees the popular L’Boulevard music festival, featuring a popular “battle of the bands” competition where local acts hope to gain national recognition.
What are the top things to do in Casablanca?
Hassan II Mosque
You can’t miss it. The 210-metre-tall minaret on the top of this vast, opulent mosque will prove to be a handy landmark when exploring Casablanca. But a trip to this incredible building is essential for every visitor. Built to a massive scale on a rocky outcrop on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, it is truly a wonder of the world. Open to Muslims and non-Muslims alike, there’s a daily English-language tour, but make sure you give yourself enough time to explore the incredible craftsmanship and intricate carving.
Abderrahman Slaoui Museum
This museum contains a fascinating collection of artworks, antiques, jewellery, and various curiosities, all possessed by ardent collector Abderrahman Slaoui during the last century. It’s an eclectic mix featuring ancient cosmetic bottles rubbing shoulders with Victorian-era travel posters and wondrous fish sculptures. The cafe is also a great place to grab a mint tea.
Want to bag yourself a bargain? The Derb Ghallef Flea Market is one of the biggest permanent secondhand spots in the whole country. Antiques, books, jewellery, furniture: You’ll see everything and more on offer at low, low prices. The nearby souk is also an excellent spot for a delicious tagine and other local delicacies.