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Morocco

Casablanca

About

For many, Casablanca summons up images of glamorous movie romance and intrigue, and this true-to-life Moroccan destination offers today's visitors an exotic mix of European and Arabic culture. From the Art Deco architecture to the impressive Hassan II mosque (complete with retractable roof), Casablanca attractions are a feast for the eyes. Casablanca tourism is also noteworthy for its spas and relaxation activities. From ultra-modern hotel resorts to traditional hammams that feature black soap scrubs, henna coatings, and oil massages, visitors will find many opportunities to pamper themselves. Flights to Casablanca land 19 miles south of the city at Mohammed V International Airport.

When To Go

Casablanca can be a year-round vacation destination. The most popular time to visit is during the warm months of July and August, when schools are on break. Winter is the least popular time to go due to the rainy weather. Visiting in the spring, early summer, and fall will offer pleasant weather and the fewest crowds.

high season: mid-July to August
low season: mid-September to January
shoulder season: February to mid--July, earlySeptember to mid--September, mid-July to August, mid-September to January, February to mid--July, earlySeptember to mid--September, mid-July to August, mid-September to January, February to mid--July, earlySeptember to mid--September

Weather Information

Even though Casablanca is located along the Atlantic Ocean, the city experiences a climate similiar to the Mediterranean, with mild weather throughout the year. Summers can be warm, with temperatures averaging in the upper 70s and mid-80s. Spring and fall can be pleasant and cool, with average highs in the mid-60s to mid-70s. Although temperatures remain in the 60s, winters can be wet, with the highest amount of rainfall occurring in December.

Crowd Information

With a population of more than three million people, Casablanca is busy throughout the year.

Closure Information

Most hotels, shops, and attractions remain open throughout the year. However, some restaurants and coffee houses will close during the day in the month of Ramadan.Information provided by the Moroccan National Tourist Office and Royal Air Maroc.