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Departure Sat, 05 Jan Return Sat, 12 Jan
STN London
RBA Rabat
return from £67
Departure Sun, 16 Dec Return Fri, 21 Dec
SAW Istanbul
CMN Casablanca
return from £343
Departure Mon, 17 Dec Return Wed, 19 Dec
BVA Paris
RBA Rabat
return from £102
Departure Thu, 20 Dec Return Fri, 28 Dec
LOS Lagos
CMN Casablanca
return from £872
Popular flight routes to Casablanca
London - Rabat
return from £40
Manchester - Casablanca
return from £189
Istanbul - Casablanca
return from £360
Bristol - Casablanca
return from £253
Oslo - Casablanca
return from £183
Edinburgh - Casablanca
return from £219

Trips to Casablanca

Casablanca travel

A carefree vibe, Art Nouveau architecture and spellbinding ocean views sets Casablanca apart from other Moroccan cities. While its style was inaccurately portrayed in the 1940s film of the same name, Casablanca, nonetheless, exudes an alluring energy. It has been the industrial centre of Morocco since the French chose it as their capital in 1912 and those who explore Casablanca will discover a cosmopolitan and progressive city with a charm all of its own. Trendy bars and restaurants and a collection of enchanting and diverse sights offer visitors the opportunity to sample both the new and old traditions of Morocco. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Casablanca!

Things to do and places to see in Casablanca

Most sights can be found huddled around the port, including the Medina and the Hassan II Mosque. Within the old Medina district, the narrow interconnecting alleyways are crammed with shops and workshops selling pungent spices, traditional handicrafts, jewellery and food; while each morning the Marche Central (Central Market) offers a dazzling array of local Moroccan produce, hand-woven rugs and handicrafts. Art deco buildings characterise the Ville Nouvelle (or new town), while the tree-lined Place Mohamed V forms the central core of the city, home to many of the city's official buildings including the Palace of Justice.

When visiting Casablanca, be sure to:

  • Take a guided tour of the remarkable Hassan II Mosque, the second largest mosque in the world
  • Get to grips with haggling for traditional handicrafts in the Medina
  • Take a stroll through Place Mohamed V, home to the Palace of Justice, French Consulate and the Bank of Morocco
  • Kick-back and soak up the sun at La Corniche with beach clubs and luxury hotels aplenty
  • Visit the impressive Cathedral du Sacre Coeur, which fuses European and Moroccan styles
  • Spend a morning browsing the stalls at the Central Market (Marche Central)
  • Sample a tagine of lamb and prunes
  • Sip a cocktail at Rick's Café, modelled on the setting for the 1942 cinema classic
  • People-watch at a cafe along the busy Boulevard Muhammad V
  • Take a day trip to the sleepy seaside town of Mohammedia
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Casablanca airports

Flights to Casablanca land at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport. Also referred to as Nouasseur, it is the city's main airport and the busiest and largest airport in Morocco. It has three terminals with the majority of the international flights currently operating from Terminal 2.

  • Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport

    Top airlines

    A number of major airlines operate cheap flights to Casablanca including: Royal Air Maroc, Jetairfly and Air Arabia Maroc.

    Location

    Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport is situated in Nouasseur, about 19 miles southeast of the city centre.

    Transport options

    Access between the airport and Casablanca city centre is possible via the highway to Marrakesh. If coming from Rabat you can also take the highway to Marrakesh. If coming from Marrakesh, take the highway to Casablanca-Rabat. The airport exit is signposted and parking is available at both terminals. Passengers can take the train from the station below Terminal 1, which runs via Ain Sebaa, Casa port, Casa Voyageurs and Oasis stations. If you wish to take a taxi, there is a taxi rank outside Terminal 1. There are also several car rental agencies in the arrivals hall.

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