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Casablanca’s special magic

Book flights to Casablanca and discover a destination that’s the driving force behind modern Morocco as well as a place for making memories that last a lifetime.

Blessed with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, state-of-the-art developments rub shoulders with neighbourhoods that reflect the city’s Arabic-Islamic heritage and colonial past.

aerial sunset view of casablanca morocco city centre

Explore the bustling port area or cast your eye over the city’s striking array of Mauresque and Art Deco architecture.

Downtown, you’ll see a perfect blend of Moroccan tradition and French-colonial style in neo-Moorish buildings such as the Banque al-Maghrib with its carved stone facade.

No trip to this part of Morocco would be complete without a visit to the Hassan II Mosque. One of the biggest mosques in the Arab world, its unforgettable interior is something you simply must experience.

Book plane tickets to Casablanca with Etihad Airways and experience the delights on offer in this vibrant, endlessly fascinating city.

What’s the weather like in Casablanca?

What’s the weather like in Casablanca?

Average TemperatureAverage Rainfall

Jan

13°C

7cm

Feb

14°C

5cm

Mar

16°C

4cm

Apr

17°C

4cm

May

20°C

1cm

Jun

22°C

0cm

Jul

23°C

0cm

Aug

24°C

0cm

Sep

23°C

3cm

Oct

21°C

5cm

Nov

17°C

9cm

Dec

15°C

5cm

The weather in Casablanca is mild all year round, and summers are dry, with average temperatures of around 23°C through June to August.

From October, there is more rainfall in the city. Typically the coldest month is January, with an average temperature of 13°C, which is still pleasant enough for sightseeing.

Reasons to visit Casablanca

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Head to the Hassan II Mosque

Sitting on a rocky platform reclaimed from the Atlantic Ocean, the Hassan II Mosque is perhaps Casablanca’s most famous landmark. One of the biggest mosques in the Muslim world, its painstakingly-crafted interior is a kaleidoscope of wood, marble and onyx.

At every turn there is a pillar, scroll or an embellished door to study and admire, while its 650-foot tall minaret is by far the tallest structure in Morocco. The mosque has space inside for 25,000 worshippers, with a courtyard that can accommodate a further 80,000. It’s open to non-Muslims on accompanied one hour visits. Remember to dress conservatively when you enter, covering your arms, chest, shoulders and legs.

surf boards on the sandy beach of casablanca 

Soak up the sun on beautiful beaches

Casablanca’s stunning selection of beaches provide the perfect opportunity to recharge your batteries while gazing out at the Atlantic Ocean. The Ain Diab Coast Road is home to a number of leisure complexes that offer everything from private sands to water parks and fitness centres.

Try your hand at jet skiing and windsurfing, or simply sit back and relax before heading to one of the coast road’s many restaurants for a delicious bite to eat. Seaside resort towns within easy reach of Casablanca include Dar Bouazza and Bouznika.

local tea jugs in souk markets within casablanca

The lure of the souk

A flight to Casablanca is perfect for anyone with a passion for shopping. From the Habous district’s souk – or marketplace – dedicated to the work of coppersmiths, to the brand names and stylish shopping centres of the city’s downtown area, there’s a shopping experience for everyone.

Many stalls sell Moroccan pastries, while others specialise in ornamental leather items such as babouche slippers, handbags and furniture. The Morocco Mall, meanwhile, is one of the biggest shopping complexes in Africa and comes complete with a musical fountain, aquarium and 3D cinema, as well as hundreds of renowned retail brands.

Things to know before you fly to Casablanca

plane Transfers from the airport

Casablanca’s Mohammed V International Airport (CMN) is around 15 miles (25km) from the city centre. For a smooth onward journey, pre-book your transfer with Etihad before you fly. Alternatively, trains run hourly to the Casa-Voyageurs Railway Station. Taxis are also available, while the Casa Tramway is a good way to explore the city.

currency Currency

The currency of Morocco is the Moroccan dirham (MAD). Banks, most of them with ATMs, can be found across Casablanca. Haggling over the price of goods and services is an intrinsic part of Moroccan culture, although many tourist shops do have fixed prices.

bus Getting around

Fly to Casablanca and you’ll be located on Morocco’s western coast, about an hour’s drive from the capital Rabat. Train journeys between Casablanca and Marrakech take about two-and-a-half hours. The easy-going southern resort of Essaouira is around four-and-a-half hours away from Casablanca by road.

accommodation Where to stay in Casablanca

Most of the prime spots to stay in Casablanca are situated on the avenues that lead off from the Place Mohammed V public square. This is a popular area so it’s advisable to book accommodation well in advance.

Flying to Casablanca: FAQs

How many days should I spend in Casablanca?

Casablanca has more than enough to keep any traveller entertained for one or two weeks. Add an extra day to your stay and visit El Jadida-Mazagan, a 16th-century city with an enticing blend of European and Moroccan cultural influences.

What should I see in Casablanca?

The Hassan II Mosque, along with the Royal Palace and the beachfront suburbs of Ain Diab and Anfa, are impressive sights to take in during your stay. Those with a passion for history should visit the Old Medina, which is still partially walled and made up the entirety of Casablanca until the early 1900s.

What food is Casablanca known for?

The local specialities are fresh fish and seafood, reflecting Casablanca’s enviable position on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. To grab a quick bite to eat, make your way to Rue Chaouia – near the Marché Central – and check out its mouth-watering mix of rotisseries, stalls and restaurants.

Why we love Casablanca

“Casablanca will win your heart the moment you step off the plane. The atmosphere, the hustle and bustle, the beautiful beaches, the history, the love for life... It’s a truly glorious place you’ll want to return to time and again.”

The best of Morocco

Casablanca is the gateway to magnificent Morocco – a country studded with sensational cities. Along with Casablanca, the likes of Rabat, Tangier and Marrakech have their own unique atmospheres.

Feast on tagines, haggle for goods in the souks and wander through museums that shine a light on forgotten or challenging forms of art. Morocco is a country that constantly surprises, with its mix of tradition and modernity, customs and energy.

Relax in a riad before climbing onto a camel and trekking into the desert – life is full of opportunity here. Find out what awaits you in Morocco with Atlas magazine.

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Kuwait City (KWI) to Casablanca (CMN)

Departure Thu 5 Mar 2020,
Return Wed 22 Apr 2020
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Weather in Casablanca

20 °C
Wednesday26 Feb 2020
19 °C
Thursday27 Feb 2020
23 °C
Friday28 Feb 2020
20 °C
Saturday29 Feb 2020
21 °C
Sunday1 Mar 2020
20 °C
Monday2 Mar 2020
19 °C
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