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Casablanca is the biggest city in Morocco with over 3 million inhabitants. It is also the commercial and trade centre of the country, and the largest port in the country.

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  • THE RATES AND THE VEHICLE BRANDS IN CASABLANCA.
    We are three French girls who want to spend their summer vacation this year in Morocco. Being aware that renting is more comfortable than hiring a taxi, we want to have information about the rental prices in this country. We want to pick up our rental from Casablanca airport & we think that we should ...

  • train from Casablanca to Marrakesh
    Hello - My husband and I will be in Morocco next month. We fly into Casablanca at about 12:30 and have reservations at a riad in Marrakesh for the same night. Based on what I've read in guidebooks, we planned to take a commuter train from the airport to train station in Casablanca and then train ...

  • Casablanca and Marrakech - advice needed
    Hi there! I'm planning on a 3 day trip to Morocco, where I plan to visit Casablanca very quickly and spend most of my time in Marrakech.. I have some questions and any advice would be greatly appreciated! 1. Does anyone have recommendations for where to stay in Casablanca? I'm only going to be staying ...

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Casablanca Blog Entries

  • Casablanca
    into the Atlantic and on to Morocco. Casablanca turns out to be a grittier, more industrial city than Caroline ...
    Posted in A Family at Sea by JR-CR

  • Casablanca
    This is the last evening of our bus tour. We have travelled from Casablanca through Rabat, Meknes, Fez, Erfoud, Ouarzazate, Marrakesh & back to Casablanca. We also crossed the Rif mtns (after which the term reefer was named, as this area is the 2nd largest producer of hashish in the world) Ouarzazate ...
    Posted in AfricaEurope2007 by rxhead

  • Casablanca
    Originally a Berber village which was destroyed in 1468 all except for a single white house. The portuguese built a new town in 1515 and called it Casa Branca which means white house. Later the french took over and called it Maison Blanche which also means white house. Now it has become Casablanca ...
    Posted in Tony and Pennys Travels by Tony and Penny

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