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Casablanca Holidays

Famous for its romantic magnetism, fascinating architecture and colonial legacy, and made more famous by the Hollywood classic of the same name, Casablanca is Morocco’s most beautiful gem. Located on the coast of Atlantic Ocean, this former port city is home to some stunning, pristine beaches such as Ain Diab, Bouznika and Corniche. Casablanca Cathedral, Sindabad Park, Place des Nations Unies and Mahkama du Pacha are few of the other popular attractions of the city. Read more ...

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Casablanca travel guide

  • Boasting a romantic flair given by Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman's 1942 namesake film, Casablanca is the capital of Morocco in all but name. Rabat has the honour, but Casablanca is widely regarded as the most important city due to its key economic, commercial, industrial and shipping activities. Such activities have conveyed the city's cutting-edge 21st century feel, an attitude that is seen around Boulevard Brahim Roudaini where modern business centres have helped to create areas of fine-dining restaurants and cultural venues in stark contrast to the tiny streets of the Old Town and the bustling souks littered by dusty colonial-style buildings Also known as Casa and Dar el Baida (Arabic), Casablanca has a lively history. This was most notable during the 15th century Portuguese occupation thanks to the country's desire to curb piracy by using the port to launch attacks. The city was consequentially destroyed by an earthquake in 1755, an event that lessened the Portuguese interest in Casablanca, leading to the city's renaissance under the Moroccan leader Sidi Mohammed III.

  • Boasting a romantic flair given by Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman's 1942 namesake film, Casablanca is the capital of Morocco in all but name. Rabat has the honour, but Casablanca is widely regarded as the most important city due to its key economic, commercial, industrial and shipping activities.

    Such activities have conveyed the city's cutting-edge 21st century feel, an attitude that is seen around Boulevard Brahim Roudaini where modern business centres have helped to create areas of fine-dining restaurants and cultural venues in stark contrast to the tiny streets of the Old Town and the bustling souks littered by dusty colonial-style buildings

    Also known as Casa and Dar el Baida (Arabic), Casablanca has a lively history. This was most notable during the 15th century Portuguese occupation thanks to the country's desire to curb piracy by using the port to launch attacks. The city was consequentially destroyed by an earthquake in 1755, an event that lessened the Portuguese interest in Casablanca, leading to the city's renaissance under the Moroccan leader Sidi Mohammed III.

  • Today's Casablanca is a wonderful, cosmopolitan city that can be entirely enjoyed by venturing out on foot, discovering the stunning Hassan II Mosque with its impressive glass floor, the Old Medina in its many traditional Moroccan facets or the Art Deco new town (Ville Nouvelle). Sample traditional Moroccan cuisine, get lost through Casablanca's maze of streets or set out on a carpet hunt in one of the city's colourful markets - Casablanca is happy clash of old and new that gives away an insight into Moroccan culture and traditions.

  • Casablanca is a multi-cultural city, and while many of the restaurants serve a menu consisting of only Moroccan or French delicacies, it also features Oriental, Mexican, Italian, Indian and American-style eateries. You should look out for Mechoui, a dish made of paprika and cumin-seasoned roasted lamb, or Bisteeya, a chicken and eggs pastry wrapped up in a lemony and onion sauce, topped with crushed almonds, cinnamon and sugar. Note that there may be restrictions to menus and opening hours during Ramadan.

    Taverne Du Dauphin

    Taverne Du Dauphin is a popular restaurant near the coast that serves a varied selection of fresh catch fish dishes enriched by appetizing sauces. One of the restaurant most recommended specialties is their to-die-for grilled squids.

    ILOLI

    At the modern restaurant ILOLI you can have lunch or dinner in a warm atmosphere. This is the place to go to if you feel like trying traditional Japanese cuisine with a sophisticated, yet traditional, flair.

    Art Age Restaurant

    Inside the Art Palace & Spa you can find the stylish Art Age Restaurant. Here you can enjoy a great Moroccan, Mediterranean and European inspired dinner accompanied by an extensive wine list in a restaurant that, hosting live bands frequently, aims to be a gathering point for all music aficionados.

  • The versatile Casablanca does certainly not lack of a buzzing bar-scene, though it is considered fairly dangerous for single women to go bar hopping and most nightclubs would not allow them unless accompanied. That said, there are a few bars that welcome holidaying couples especially hotel bars, considered the most suitable option for the holidaymakers in need of a relaxing, and danger-free, evening.

    Ricka´s Cafe

    Want to feel like you are in the movie "Casablanca" Come to Ricka´s Cafe where the bar from the 1942 film has come to life. With an international menu specializing in Casablanca's fresh seafood, vegetables and fruit you can enjoy good food while listening to chill-out piano music.

    La Bodega

    La Bodega is a trendy tapas bar that offers live music almost every night. Here you can sit back and listen to reggae, samba and rock while trying some of their appetizing tapas from the comprehensive menu.

    Sky 28

    Located at Kenzi Tower Hotel's 28th level, Sky 28 is gifted by one of the most breath-taking views of Casablanca. The experience just enhances even more with the tasty cocktail menu and tongue-tickling tapas that is accompanied beautifully with live music and DJs.

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