Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city and industrial center. Its renaissance came with the French protectorate under its first resident general, Lyautey. It was largely his ideas on public works and the layout of the new city which gave Casablanca its wide boulevards, public parks and fountains, and imposing Moresque civic buildings.
THINGS TO KNOW
Port Name & Location
Ship will dock at the Port of Casablanca.
Make the time to visit The Corniche, the “South Beach of Morocco.” This fun-filled boardwalk is lined with restaurants and lively nightclubs.
Currency & Shopping
Moroccan Dirham (MAD)
Moroccan carpets, pottery and jewelry.
MAY Average Temparatures
69º F high / 58º F low
WET (Western European Time)
UTC/GMT +1 hour
The local language are Arabic and Berber. Say “hello” in Arabic: “marhaba.”
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