In Casablanca, you’ll never get bored!

If you wish to discover the cultural diversity of the Moroccan Kingdom, Casablanca will be one of the destinations that would never cease to impress you throughout your stay. Labelled "the white city", Casablanca is known as the economic and financial capital of Morocco and is particularly distinguished by its architectural development. Casablanca is located in the northwest of the country and offers its visitors a gentle Mediterranean climate.

Because of its huge size, Casablanca is a city that is not always easy to get around if you do not have a car. For this reason, Firefly offers you cars well adapted to your needs to simplify your trips. And to help you fully explore this city, Firefly has designed this guide that can help you to plan your stay in Casablanca.

Places to visit

For your first time in Casablanca, we suggest you go to Mohammed V square and visit the Old Medina that will immerse you by its traditional universe. Then go to the Habous district, also called the new medina, where you will find narrow streets lined with shops and craftsmen's workshops allowing you to bring good souvenirs and beautiful gifts for your loved ones. Don't miss the symbol of Casablanca, the Hassan II mosque, which is a monument open to both Muslim and non-Muslim visitors. And if you admire art and museums, head to the Museum of Moroccan Judaism located in the Oasis district, which has a library containing numerous documents, videos and photographs, five exhibition rooms dedicated mainly to showcasing daily life artifacts used by Jewish populations in Morocco.

Shopping in Casablanca

Casablanca is the ideal city for shopping amateur because of the wide range of stores and malls that offers various items that will meet all your tastes and desires. For traditional shopping, go visit "Bab Marrakech" and discover the assortment of handicrafts offered, including the traditional Moroccan pottery "Fakhar". When it comes to modern shopping, we advise you to visit the most famous corners, namely: Morocco Mall, Marina Shopping Center, Tachfine Center, Anfa Place, Twin Center, Alpha 55 and Maârif district.

Dining in Casablanca

Either while shopping or after a long day of strolling, you will surely want to enjoy a local dish, so head to “Marché central” where you will find food booths, or to the restaurants Al-Mounia and La Sqala which will offer you a nice selection of Moroccan dishes at convenient prices. Casablanca doesn’t lack good places to try worldwide cuisines, in case you are a fan of seafood, head to the Corniche, a neighborhood that brings together some of the best restaurants in Casablanca.

Merging relaxation and fun

As a sunny seaside town, Casablanca has no shortage of beautiful beaches. Head to Ain-diab beach, ideal for surfers. To the south, you'll find Oued Merzeg Beach, Jack Beach and Tamaris Beach. And if you plan to spend the night at the seaside, go to the beach of Mohammedia, which has been urbanized with summer residences. On the other hand, if you do not feel like going to the beaches, a quick visit to the ISESCO, Arab League parks, the Hermitrage garden or the Bouskoura forest are good alternatives. These places are a haven of peace, freshness and serenity that will allow you to disconnect and be in communion with nature. To make your trip even more lively, consider trying paintball, bowling or quad biking in Dar Bouazza. Do not miss Sindibad park, a space that will give you an unforgettable experience and surprising emotions.

Where to sleep in Casablanca?

Once your day is over, it's time to decide where to stay, right? In Casablanca, a wide choice of hotels is provided. We suggest you ONOMO hotel, ZENITH and IBIS hotel located in ideal locations and close to pertinent locations.

Now that you have both the guide in your pocket and our vehicles which are waiting for you! All you have to do is go and enjoy the city and its unique spots.