Old Medina Of Casablanca, Casablanca
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Address: Boulevard Mohammed V, Casablanca, Morocco
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Old Medina Of Casablanca, Casablanca
If you’re not looking for this landmark, it’s easy to miss. The Old Medina is a walled town located within the city and can make for a nice outing of you’re interested in what a true blue Muslim city looked like in the olden days. It’s often said the Old Medina and the modern day Casablanca, offer some beautiful contrasting vistas. Although if you’ve seen the Medinas in Fez and Marrakech the one in Casablanca, might just disappoint you.
Old Medina Of Casablanca Information
- Avoid the area at night or any unwarranted and unpleasant encounters.
Restaurants Near Old Medina Of Casablanca
- El Barocco Time (Italian cuisine).
- La Bavaroise (International cuisine).
- La Bodega de Casablanca (Spanish cuisine).
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Old Medina Of Casablanca, Casablanca Reviews
Very nice place to spend some hours. You can find some nice stuff here mostly souvenirs. But if you would like to by some fake branded some than this is the place go ahead.
This the place where you can buy suviners and ordinary moroccanian clothes for men and women's (3abaya and Gelbab) and you will find places to sell organic Argan oil juiced in front of you and its cosmetics like skin cream , soap, organic Olive oil and leather shops opens from 10 am till 10 pm You can reach there by tram from anywhere in Casablanca or you can have a ride with small red taxi (Petit taxi) with metered Fare Lovely places at night around this place to have hot and cold drinks
If you want the experience of the "old marocco" you are on the right address. Don't expect a nice relaxed shopping experience, it is very crowded and dirty. You can get vegetables, fruits and bread very cheap. At the crossing to the place national there are many food booths with snacks like grilled fisch and small sandwiches.
Authentic traditional Morocco style bazaar. You feel the real atmosphere of local people. There no souvenir shops and posh cafes.
Crowded and dirty. Worth seeing to get a sense of where locals shop, but probably not worth actually coming to buy anything from. Not very many stalls, and generally feels like you're taken back in time