Place Des Nations Unies

  • Address: Casablanca 20250, Morocco
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Square, Family And Kids

The Place Des Nations Unies is a large open city square in the heart of the Calablanca city and is surrounded by an array of shops and restaurants. Lined with beautiful palm trees, the Place Des Nations Unies is such a space where the confluence of the Old Town and the new town is evident. It is one of the largest squares having convenient access to the light rail stations, luxury accommodations, shops, offices, banks, food joints, a traditional souk and a movie theatre. The square was built in the year 1970 with the name of Kora Ardia meaning the Planet Earth Square. Beneath the metal globe-like structure and the clock tower, you can sit back and enjoy the city life moving fast.

How to Reach Place Des Nations Unies

  • Light Rails to stop : United Nations Square
  • Buses 006, 007, 019, 022, 035, 059 to stop :

  • Place Des Nations Unies Address: Casablanca 20250, Morocco
  • Place Des Nations Unies Price: Free
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  • 8.9% of people who visit Casablanca include Place Des Nations Unies in their plan

  • 70.59% of people start their Place Des Nations Unies visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Place Des Nations Unies

Monday, Tuesday and Sunday

82.35% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Place Des Nations Unies

People normally club together Marche Central and Old Medina Of Casablanca while planning their visit to Place Des Nations Unies.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Place Des Nations Unies Reviews & Ratings

  • Casablanca is having unwind area in Place des National Unies Tram tracks run through this area. Shopping , restaurants, eating joints on both sides. If you want to shop then right from clothes to jewellery everything is available. Due to proximity to sea this place has amazing breeze. Restaurants with outside sitting is ideal place to sip Moroccon Tea.

  • I don’t see why this is marked as a tourist attraction. It’s true that there are a lot of food, cafe and other tourist attractions surrounding. But in fact this point is nothing. And to be frank there is not too many things to see in Casablanca

  • It's something to see in Casablanca, but not much to do.

  • Casablanca City centre with cafe, park & play area. Good place to relax in the evening. They have park benches

  • Place des Nations-Unies is a best place to meet and interact with people

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