Casablanca Forum

What recreational activities are available here?

Rebecca.Dillard

Posted by Rebecca.Dillard on May 12, 2009

Can anyone suggest what activities and recreational possibilities can be enjoyed most in Casablanca? Please share any ideas, suggestions and experiences for the place. Thanks.....

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Yaakoubi Hassan

Reply by Yaakoubi Hassan on February 13, 2011

Dear Rebecca
you are welcome to Morocco,
i will be so pleased to welcome you to my country, i don't advise you to stay in Casablanca because it is a big industrial city with alot of pollution, however, you can land there if that is more convenient and start from there. you will visit the imperial city of Fes, the Atlas mountains, the Sahara desert , the Todra and Dades Gorge and the road of the thousand Kasbahs before you get to Marrakech. it will be a cultural tour of Morocco that will reveals alot of Berber culture and the diversity of the Moroccan landscape.

Reply by shivam7 on April 26, 2011

Welcome to Casablanca, Morocco. It has a remarkable range of activities catering to almost all market segment. There are many of friendly activities in Casablanca, and one more important thing that children are never bored when holidaying anywhere in Morocco.
For young couples and singles, Casablanca provides an exciting and diverse nightlife, which is really awesome.

koshkha

Reply by koshkha on April 26, 2011

Though oddly I've never seen Casablanca included on any commercial holiday itinerary. Better to stick with Marrakech, Fes, Meknes, Essaouira and the like.

Weekech

Reply by Weekech on August 01, 2011

Hi Rebecca,

Casablanca, as many spots in morocco is a really exciting destination. There's several activities and places to visit.

You should start by visiting the Habouss and all the area around, the old City build by french and its architecture.

If you like Surf, Bodyboard, Yoga, Qi gong, Spa, Hammam, ... Casablanca offers many activities.

THe city is industrial but it's a beautiful place to visit, the Corniche is very nice with the Atlantic ocean view; coffees, restaurants, pools, bars...

It's also a nice destination for shopping with the Morocco Mall 4th biggest mall in the world, opening in October 2011.

Have a diner in the lovely place Rick s Cafe of Casablanca's Movie, a real authentic Riad transforming in a restaurant with a piano Bar; you would love that experience.
Try the Cabestan or A ma bretagne restaurants.

People are really nice.

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