Casablanca is widely regarded as the most important city of Morocco, due to its key economic, commercial, industrial and shipping activities. The modernity lies in stark contrast to the narrow streets of the old town’s medina and the bustling souks that lie in the shadows of traditional and colonial-style buildings.
The Casablanca of today is a wonderful place to visit. Start exploring the city with a visit to the massive Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest in the world. With its glass floor, magnificent architecture and its view of the Atlantic, you will be left speechless. Let your curiosity get the better of you when you head over to Old Town, a labyrinth of tiny streets and tall, dusty buildings.
When it comes to dining, Casablanca offers an international array of cuisine. These include Asian, French, Mexican, Italian and American. Enjoy the Moroccan delights including fresh seafood at Marche Centrale, the famous central market place in Casablanca. Complete your dinner with the famous Moroccan ice cream.
Morocco is your paradise for traditional handmade crafts. The colourful patterned carpets of Morocco are popular with visitors. These are made by hand and sold in shops lining alleyways around the city. Ceramics and pottery and woven textiles are popular purchases too.
|Hotel||Room Type||Validity||Starting Price (ZAR)|
|From Cape Town||From Johannesburg|
|Single||Twin Share||Single||Twin Share|
|Park Suite Hotel & Spa (4*)||Junior Suite||01/11/13 - 30/04/14||13587||11318||12601||10333|
|Sheraton Casablanca Hotel and Tower (5*)||Standard||01/11/13 - 30/04/14||15034||12042||12886||10475|
|Golden Tulip Farah Casablanca (5*)||Standard||01/11/13 - 30/04/14||14076||11842||13090||10856|
|Hyatt Regency Casablanca (5*)||Standard||01/11/13 - 30/04/14||19184||14961||17150||13257|
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