Built on the ancient ruins of the town of Anfa, Casablanca is the economic capital of Morocco. Located right in the Atlantic coast, it has also become a tourist destination. Tradition and modernity fuse making Casablanca an easy-going destination with a vibrant nightlife.
When in Casablanca, one must visit its many parks and gardens such as the Park of the Arab League and the Hermitage Park. Take a look at our information and advice about renting a car in Casablanca.
One point to make a note of when driving in Casablanca is "When in Morocco, do as the Moroccans do". Great care of other drivers must be taken when driving around as the rules are rarely followed! Ignoring a red light or two is common practice, as is to drive on the other side of the road!
Once a strategically well-placed port during the Second World War, 'Casa' as the locals call it, is a welcoming, lively and colourful city. The Medina represents the historical heart of the area, which is surrounded by an Art Deco area to the east, the Bourgogne area to the west and Sidi Ma‚rouf, the business area to the south. Renting a car is one of the easiest ways of getting around and in your own time. Feel transported through time with the European commodities at hand.
Explore Casablanca's authenticity corner to corner by searching for the perfect car with Easyvoyage's search engine. Compare car rental prices by searching for your preferred criteria such as rental duration or vehicle type and book with ease. Whatever your needs, there will be something to suit you. In Casablanca there is so much more to see than the city alone, so a car is a necessity. Don't miss out on visiting the Hassan II Mosque, the third largest in the world, located on the coast. Hit the road and drive along the magnificent Tamaris beach around 12 miles out of the main city. There is also a charming little seaside town, Mohammedia, not to miss out on.