Old Medina Of Casablanca, Casablanca
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Old Medina Of Casablanca, Casablanca - Address
Address: Boulevard Mohammed V, Casablanca, Morocco
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Old Town
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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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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
very crowd, very busy. It kind like remind me back to 18th century. Too many store, whatever you want to buy they have it. They sell everything from A to Z, shoe, leather jacket, food, morocco jewelry, carpet, cloth, hand bags, luggage. etc
Not as good as other Medinas (Marrakech for instance) but it is still lovely - the right kind of culture shock, so why not! We enjoyed our time there and we'd recommend it to anyone passing through. Go to La Sqala for some nice food close to the sea
Wonderful place, wonderful people and delicious food. Especially I recommend to try msmen and Moroccan tea.
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