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Located in central-western Morocco on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, Casablanca is a large city with over three million people. It is an important trade hub as it has one of the largest manmade ports in the world. The city was inhabited as early as seventh century BC by the Berbers, taken by the Portuguese in the 15th century, who named it Casa Branca, which means “White House.” Spanish merchants took over in the late 1700s and named it Casablanca. In 1907, Casablanca was given up to the French, who called it Maison Blanche, which also means “White House.” However, the name Casablanca still stands true today.
Although it was a long time ago, you may recognize the name Casablanca from the film by the same name, with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman that came out in 1942. However, the movie was filmed in Los Angeles, not Casablanca. The iconic city was actually featured in several other films like A Night in Casablanca, Doubleshot, The Mysterious Caravan, Allied, and the video game Dreamfall.
Even with its history in Hollywood, the city is still not one of the tourism hotspots like others in the area, which is good because it remains pristine and less crowded. Being on the Atlantic, there are a plethora of beaches to enjoy. With beautiful temperatures of about 65 degrees all year long, outdoor activities are popular. You can swim, fish, go boating, or just enjoy the sunshine. If you are more of a land lover, check out Bouskoura Forest, which has almost 3,000 acres of lush vegetation. Explore trails and see native wildlife.
With such a beautiful city, you are going to want to go out and explore, right? And you don’t want to have to drag your luggage around with you. Fortunately, Bounce has locations in the area. We're a luggage storage company that knows traveling light is important. We've partnered with local businesses to keep your suitcases safe while you enjoy the city. We're also an option for locals coming from the gym or work who do not want to bring their gym bag or briefcase with them out on the town.
Top Things to Do
Casablanca is full of surprises. Looking for an out of the way restaurant with exceptional food? How about a museum that highlights the wonders of Morroco? And, of course, shopping – Casablanca has that, too.
Casablanca has a long and interesting history dating back to the 7th century BC. You'll find over a dozen museums and galleries within the city. These museums offer thousands of displays and artifacts on everything from Jewish history to Moroccan art.
Museum of Moroccan Judaism: As the only Jewish museum in the Arabic world, this experience has a lot to live up to, and it does. What was once an orphanage for Jewish children on Chasseur Road is now a historical tour back 2,000 years of Jewish history in Morocco. See ritual artifacts, tools, and ornate clothing as well as photographs and a reconstructed synagogue.
Villa des Arts: Located on Roudani Boulevard in a 1934 art deco villa, the small gallery has over 800 works of art celebrating the heritage and culture of Morocco and Casablanca. They also have special cultural events year-round that vary from modern art to historical items. Educational shows and workshops are also held at the museum. The fountains out front are a lovely addition as well.
Hassan II Mosque: This architectural wonder is one of the most important and largest mosques in Morocco. With marble floors, gilded ceilings, and hand-carved wood and stone, just looking at the workmanship of the building is amazing enough. The 688-foot tower is a famous landmark in Casablanca. They provide guided tours as well as a museum with artifacts and other historical items. To go inside, though, you have to be modestly dressed. This means your upper arms and knees must be covered. Located on Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah Boulevard, you should not have any trouble finding it with such a tall tower.
If you are looking for some souvenirs to take home to your friends and family, you can choose from street vendors, markets, small shops, department stores, and large malls. Whether you want something traditional or unique, just wander around the Quartier Habous area where the locals sell their wares. For a big selection, the shopping centers are your best bet.
Alpha 55: On Mers Sultan Avenue, find anything you want here from artwork to miniature Zen gardens. Similar to the large department stores in America, Alpha 55 has what you need and what you want. And, of course, some things you didn’t even know you wanted. Kids items, kitchenware, clothing, decorations, and yes, they have souvenirs as well.
Marche Central: Also known as Central Market, this indoor/outdoor market has been here since 1917 and has a plethora of items from handmade goods to fresh fish. The main entrance is on Muhammad V Street, which you can reach easily from the Casablanca Tramway on Line 1. They also have beautiful architectural charm and tables outside where you can eat after you shop.
Exposition Nationale d’Artisanat: For those who want a larger variety of Moroccan crafts, the Exposition Nationale d’Artisanat on Hassan II Avenue is perfect. They boast three floors of items handmade by locals. Find leather goods, wood carvings, ceramics, rugs, and artwork. Be sure to haggle with the vendors. They expect it, and you can always talk them down to a better price.
Looking for some Mediterranean or French food? Or maybe you would like to try some of the local Moroccan cuisine, which usually includes seafood of some type and couscous. Of course, you can also find burgers, pizza, and maybe even a taco if you look hard enough. We can help you out with that.
Cantina Mariachi: For some of the best tacos in Morocco, head to Ahmed Charci Velodrome Road. It's one of the Top 100 Restaurants in the country, and the locals swear by it for all their Mexican cravings. The casual and colorful dining room is brightly painted and cheery, and the workers are friendly. From shrimp tacos to Nachos Mariachi and many other Hispanic delights, you will love this place.
Route US 66: If you want some delicious burgers, Route US 66 has the best in the city, according to the locals and travelers alike. You can get many different types, including a veggie burger, Mexican burger, and Italian with mozzarella and onions. For dessert, try the cheesecake or marshmallow mango graham cake. You can find it on Restinga Road in western Casablanca. Just follow your nose.
Le Jasmine: Finally, if you want exquisite Moroccan cuisine in a nice upscale restaurant, try Le Jasmine at Hotel Le Doge on Dr. Veyre Road. One of the local favorites is the monkfish and spiced shrimp tajine with chocolate fondant for dessert.
How much does luggage storage cost in Casablanca?
The price for luggage storage in Casablanca is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Where are there luggage storage locations in Casablanca?
There are multiple locations all around Casablanca which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca Cathedral, Old Medina of Casablanca and many other areas.
Is it safe to store your bags in Casablanca?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Casablanca.
Are there storage lockers in Casablanca?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Casablanca. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Casablanca where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Casablanca?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Rick's Cafe, La Sqala, and Casa José. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Casablanca are Ibis Casablanca Nearshore, Hotel Prince de Paris, and Hotel.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Casablanca?
Casablanca offers several scenic parks including Parc de la Ligue Arabe, Zoo d'Aïn-Sebaâ, and Esplanade maritime Hassan 2.
Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Casablanca?
You can find local tourist information at Turism info and Aycodent.
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