Things to Do In Casablanca in 48 Hours
Casablanca is one of the most important and largest cities in Morocco. It is the center of business and economy, while at the same time offers tourist spots to both domestic and foreign tourists. If you only have 48 hours to enjoy the city of Casablanca, then here is a playlist of what to do on your 2 days and 1 night travel visit.
Above Photo Credit: Christophe Libert
So, 48 hours in Casablanca. Well in order to maximize your time, you gotta figure out your bearings; Where are you now, where is your accommodation, where are the things you want to see, do, eat and drink and what is the fastest way to move in between it all.
So we created a custom guide and map that highlights where all the places we visited can be found. FYI while exploring things to do in Casablanca keep in mind there are 2 types of taxi cabs. The Petit taxis are all red and very small (mostly Fiat Uno, Peugot or other similar types) with a roof rack for luggage. The Grand taxis are larger cars, beige/cream coloured (often a Mercedes) and don’t use the taximeter. Find out about Taxicab Fares
Luigi’s brand new apartment is on the sixth floor (with elevator) It is about 400m from the ocean and 600m from the Mosque Hassan II. The room is all you need and the kitchen is a great bonus with grocery store up the street.
If you’re thinking of using Airbnb for the first time, we have a $40.00 credit from us to use towards your first booking 🙂
Designed to recreate the bar made famous by Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in the movie classic Casablanca, Rick’s Cafe is one of the best places to stop by while or after a long stroll through the busy Old Medina. It offers the best Moroccan food and is conveniently situated just outside the busy Old Medina, away from the hustle and bustle.
After recharging, another a must to visit when in Casablanca Africa is La Corniche. Recharge some more, take a stroll along the coast or stay in one of the exclusive seaside clubs. This is one place you wouldn’t wanted to miss for its array of restaurants, all serving tasty Casablanca Food.
Habous & Old Mosque.
After seeing the Old Medina yesterday, it is important to visit the New Medina – Habous Market with the Old Mosque (Mohammadi Mosque) looking over the market. This is where most traditional items of Casablanca can be found and sold at relatively fair prices. You will surely get a lot of best buys for you to take home.
Eating Corn from a grill, getting Henna tattoos outside of Hassan II Mosque. “when you are in Rome, do what the Romans do”, so in Casablanca, it is just fit to eat grilled corn while getting a Henna tattoo outside the city’s most important mosque.
Chez El Kabbaj
Aside from the good Moroccan food that is being served in Chez El Kabbaj, which is by far among the best and always packed, you will also love the fresh foie gras. This is definitely a good place to end your 2 days travel in Casablanca Morocco.
Indeed, there is so much to do in Casablanca in two days but with a little planning ahead of time, you will surely experience the best attractions and destinations of the city. If you are an art buff check out our post Exploring the Stunning Art Deco Architecture of Casablanca or if you love beer as much as we do try Morocco’s Speciale Flag!
The average person doesn’t need to think twice about getting out of town for a 48 hour travel adventure or a long weekend. The only thing stopping you dead in your tracks is finding cheap flights. Please visit our helpful posts on Booking Flights. Personally, I’m all about simplicity so I recommend Skyscanner, the the best way to search the best rates in flights.
Finding accommodations is an absolute chore…yawn. So we’ve put together some helpful tips on Booking Accommodations. My personal favorite is Airbnb. If Airbnb was a contact in my little black book, the page would be worn out with dog eared page corners. Letters and numbers a bit smudged because of beer spills and coffee stains, Travel on Airbnb and get a $26 travel credit from me. Cheers!
Using the latest travel apps, technology and gear, I take a city; see the sights, taste the food, smell the roses, hear the stories and feel the love. All in 48 hours. Then, using videography & editing, photography and writing I retell and share those stories with my readers and viewers. I'm Christopher Rudder and welcome to Rudderless Travel.
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