Popular Lettings in Casablanca
Highlights in Casablanca
- Architectural mix of styles
- Beautiful beaches with all kinds of services
- The old Medina of Casablanca
- The Hassan II Mosque
- Ideal for shopping lovers Most popular holiday rentals in Casablanca
Most popular in Casablanca
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Holiday rentals in Casablanca
Are you looking for cheap rentals in Casablanca to enjoy a few days of all the charms of the city and fully immerse yourself in the essence of Arab culture? On Holidu we offer you the possibility of choosing between a great variety of accommodations. All of them are fully equipped for you to enjoy the most comfortable stay possible and many decorated in Moroccan style, which gives them a great charm. Most of our holiday rentals in Casablanca also have parking and Internet, but you can also choose other features such as terrace, garden, barbecue, jacuzzi, swimming pool, fireplace, air conditioning. Just set it in your search filters to enjoy a letting in Casablanca completely adapted to your needs.
Holidays in Casablanca
Located west of Morocco, only 80 km from Rabat, 243 km from Marrakech and 332 km from Tanger, Casablanca is the capital of the Casablanca-Settat region, as well as the largest city in the Maghreb region and the most important in the country. It has a population of almost 7 million inhabitants and is considered the economic and commercial centre of Morocco, as it houses the headquarters and main industrial facilities of the country, as well as international companies. Its port is one of the largest in the world and the most important in North Africa. So Casablanca is a modern and dynamic city that offers all kinds of services and a wide range of leisure, but if you have lost the Arab essence that we like so much. What are you waiting for to book your holiday rentals in Casablanca?Architectural ensemble marked by a great diversity of styles
Casablanca is bounded by the ocean, but is increasingly extending in all other directions. It is divided into eight districts which in turn are divided into 16 divisions of their own and one municipality. Its architecture is marked by different styles, which makes it a very special destination, being able to find from buildings of neo-morisco style to others of art deco. This has a lot to do with the fact that for many years it became the testing ground for great architects from all over the world. Due to this, the city possesses a great wealth of heritage, with such emblematic buildings as the Hassan II mosque, the Casablanca Marina and the Twin Centre. Places you should not miss if you decide to book a holiday rental in Casablanca.
Casablanca has a wide range of urbanized beaches that extend to Mohammedia, the fashionable seaside resort. In this area, the traveller can also find a multitude of swimming pools, sports clubs, a marina or a magnificent golf course. Further north, in the area of Bouznika, you will find what are probably the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. In any of them it is possible to practice a wide range of water sports, including surfing.Casablanca for shopping lovers
Casablanca is an ideal destination for shopping lovers, since in addition to the handcrafted products that can be purchased in the Medina, in the district of Maarif, you will find a wide variety of luxurious fashion stores and jewelry of international brands. It is precisely in this area of the city and in the Anfa neighbourhood that young people from wealthy Moroccan families move. That's why you'll also find a wide range of classy restaurants and bars. In addition, at the end of the promenade is the Morocco Mall, the largest shopping mall in Africa, where you can find shops of renowned brands such as Dior, Gucci and Luis Vuitton. More than 600 brands in 350 stores. And if you have the time, don't hesitate to take an excursion to Fez, where you can also find plenty of shops.
Although Rick's Cafe in the film Casablanca was a Hollywood studio, the success of the film led to the design of an identical place with pianist included in the old Medina to the delight of tourists.
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Casablanca has a wide 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 ancient medina, the central market and the Jewish Museum of Casablanca.2. Let yourself be carried away by the charms of the Medina
The Medina of Casablanca was rebuilt in 1770, after the Lisbon earthquake. The best place in the city to breathe the typical life that unfolds in the traditional Muslim markets. Let yourself be carried away by its narrow and winding streets and perceive each one of the aromas that invade the place and contemplate the way of working of the local artisans.3. Discover what a mosque looks like inside by visiting the Hassan II Mosque
It is the largest and tallest religious building in the Muslim world after Mecca. Its architecture presents the perfect balance between tradition and modernity. At 200 meters, its minaret is the highest in the world. It can accommodate up to 100,000 faithful, 25. Inside and 80,000 in the esplanade that surrounds it. But in addition to the dimensions of the building itself, it is worth visiting for being able to contemplate its decorative elements, made by thousands of artisans over several years.4. Try the exquisite keftas and couscous
The inhabitants of Casablanca love the small pleasures of life, and the kitchen becomes a real gift for the palate. Some of its most typical dishes are keftas, a kind of minced meatballs, and couscous which is made in very different ways. But you should also try meslalla, tajine, tablet and mechoui. And if you love sweets, try the horns of gazelle, the briouate of honey and almonds, the ghoriba and the ktefa. If you're not too greedy, order a delicious mint tea or a mahia, homemade fig alcohol made by the city's inhabitants.