Most popular Apartments in Casablanca
Highlights in Casablanca
- A shopping paradise
- Splendid beaches
- Unique architecture
- Delicious cuisine
- An enchanting holiday destination
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Apartments in Casablanca
If this is your first time in Casablanca, Sour Jdid is the best area to look for an apartment to stay during your holidays. If you are on a tight budget, the Old Medina has plenty of accommodation options at reasonable prices. One of the coolest places is in Habous, but the spot for vibrant nightlife is definitely Racine. Also, Ain Diab is a great area for families as it is close to the beach and full of attractions.Affordable or luxury?
Are you looking for cheap apartments in Casablanca to enjoy a few days of all the charms of the city and immerse yourself fully in the essence of Arab culture? Do you prefer a luxury apartment in the centre with exclusive amenities? Now you have the chance to choose from a wide array of apartments. All of them are fully equipped to enjoy a stay as comfortable as possible and many decorated in Moroccan style, which gives them its unique charm. Most apartments in Casablanca also have parking and Internet, but you can also choose other features such as terrace, garden, BBQ, jacuzzi, swimming pool, fireplace, air conditioning. Enjoy a romantic weekend, a family holiday or a friends gathering.
Travellers and activities
If you love shopping, you just hit the jackpot! Casablanca is an ideal destination for shopping lovers. Many varied and unique artisan products can be purchased in the Medina, in the Maarif neighborhood, where you will also find a wide variety of luxurious fashion items and jewellery stores with international brands. It is precisely in this area of the city and in the Anfa neighborhood where young people from wealthy families in Morocco move to. Therefore, you will also find a wide range of upmarket restaurants and bars. In addition, at the end of the promenade, there is the Morocco Mall, the largest shopping center in Africa, with luxury brands such as Dior, Gucci and Louis Vuitton. And if you have time, do not hesitate to make an excursion to Fez, where you can also find many shops.Casablanca for beach lovers
The lovely beaches in Casablanca stretch up to the fashionable seaside resort of Mohammedia. This is where you can find fantastic swimming pools for a lazy day basking in the sun. Sport clubs are an option to practise some sports in a unique setting and the magnificent golf course is the opportunity to prove your skill on the tee. Further north, in the Bouznika area, you will find the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. Water sports, including surfing, are some of the options for those who wish to stay on their toes.
Casablanca is dubbed as the “White City” of Morocco and it has become one of Africa's largest cities with an important port and an economic hub.
Top 7 travel tips in Casablanca
The Medina of Casablanca was rebuilt in 1770, after the Lisbon earthquake. This is the best place in the city to breathe the typical life that unfolds in the traditional markets. Let yourself be carried along its narrow and winding streets and perceive each of the aromas that invade the place and contemplate how local artisans work.2. Discover Casablanca through its history
Casablanca has a great variety of places of great historical value that should not be missed by all those who enjoy cultural visits. Some of the most important are the Hassan II Mosque, the ancient Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, the Museum of the Villa des Arts, the Andalusian-inspired buildings of Mohammed Square, the old medina, the central market and the Jewish Museum of Casablanca. Let the past of the city tell you the story in a visual and cultural way.3. Fancy a cup of famous coffee?
The famous film, Casablanca, had a popular scene at Rick’s Café. Although it was shot in a studio, this set was recreated in Casablanca in 1942. Any film lover will be taken back in time to the 1940s with the unique décor and the soundtrack of the film. Each floor of the restaurant is designed and arranged individually.4. Visit the stunning King’s Palace
The King's Palace in Casablanca is said to be an architectural beauty. This building has become a popular tourist attraction, although there is a restricted access to it. Admire the details of the tiled and carved entrance gates and walk around the surrounding orange groves. If you can get to the open square at the front, you will get a good look at the palace.5. Visit the stunning Hassan II Mosque
The Mosque is the largest and tallest religious building in the Muslim world after Mecca. Its architecture showcases the perfect balance between tradition and modernity. With a height of 200 metres, its minaret is the tallest in the world. It can accommodate up to 100,000 faithful inside and 80,000 in the large esplanade that surrounds it. Contemplate its decorative elements, made by thousands of artisans over several years.6. Try some culinary delicacies
In Casablanca you need to try their delicious keftas and varied couscous. You will love the meslalla, tahini, pill and mechoui. And if you have a sweet tooth, indulge yourself with a bit of gazelle horns, honey and almond briouate. After a nice meal, help your digestion with some mint tea or their homemade fig liqueur called mahia.7. A day out in Safi
A couple of hours south of Casablanca, you can visit the coastal site of Safi. This port has been an important point since Roman times. It was surrounded by walls and Dar el Bahar Fortress is the most iconic recognisable monument. Safi is known for its ceramics and you can see a bit more at the National Ceramic Museum and the Pottery Souk.