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Casablanca is the largest city and the most cosmopolitan of Marocco. It is located on the Atlantic Ocean ath the mouth of the river Bou Regreg.
This city a lot of different things, beginning with luxury boutiques, a lot of nightclubs and different fast food chains you will find nearly everything.
Places to be:
Visit one of the typical steam bath in a traditional hammam, for example the “Solidarite Feminine).
Famous as Blackpool of Morocco are “the Corniche”. This is a boardwalk full of different restaurants and nightclubs, where you can spend time and enjoy the sea breeze.
The main square called Place Mohammed V, which has a large fountain with colorful lights at night.
Parking and Traffic:
Casablanca is a busy city, so as well the traffic. Since there are enough guarded parking you will have no trouble finding a parking if you rented a car. It isn't recommended to park your car in the street.
Casablanca supplies quite different accommodations from cheaper ones close the Medina and in the same streets around you will find luxury hotels. However there is a lot of ‘hotel delivery’ if you want to rent a car. This is the most comfortable way to receive your vehicle.
The international airport is called Mohammed V Aiport (CMN) and is 30 kilometers located to the south of Casablanca.
From the city center you take the highway to Settat; from the northeastern districts of Casablanca you take the highway to Marrakech. The exit to the airport is clearly indicated. So it is easy to find if you want to hire a car at the airport.
Cheaper airlines like GERMANWINGS and VUELING are having this destination.
The smaller airport Casablanca-Anfa (CAS) is mainly used for local flights.
Casablanca has good public bus transport, which in general includes trains, trams, buses and taxis. Ask the taxi driver before the trip about the price. Travelling with public transport is not easy. Visit the CTM and ONCF website for detailed information on this mode of transportation.
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