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Casablanca almost universally referred to as 'Casa', may be the cosmopolitan, industrial and economic heart of Morocco, but it is one of the less endearing in the country.
Mohammed V International Airport (CMN) is the busiest gateway to the country and is well-connected to Europe. Royal Air Maroc flies to New York JFK,Canada, many cities in Europe, and has connecting flights to all northern and many other African countries such as Nigeria, Central African Republic, Senegal.
To get from the airport into Casablanca or vice versa, take the train to/from Casa Voyageurs station which is on the outskirts of the central city and then a fairly long walk or petit taxi (circa 10DH) into the centre.
What to see in Casablanca
The King Hassan II Mosque, Boulevard Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah. A relatively new mosque, it's the largest in Morocco and the third largest in the world--also consisting of the tallest minaret in the world.
Old Medina, North of of the Place des Nations Unies There is a small, traditional walled town in the north of Casablanca. If you are in town it's worth a visit, but it's nothing compared to the glories of Fes or Marrakech.
The Shrine of Sidi Abderrahman is built on a rock offshore, well past The Corniche, and is only accessible at low tide.
Mahkama du Pacha This is a Hispanic-Moorish building comprised of more than 60 ornate rooms with delicately carved wooden ceilings.
Central Post Office Come here to send your postcards in style! Built in 1918, the facade of this building is composed of both round and rectangular shapes. Once you approach you will get a good view of the excellent mosaics.
How to go in Casablanca
The most convenient way to reach major Moroccan cities is by train. The downtown station Casa Port only has a couple of trains, while all others pass through Casa Voyageurs station, which serves trains to Meknes/Fes/Oujda, Marrakech or Tangier with stops in between.
The trains are comfortable, the stations easy to navigate, and boards display the time of departure/arrival.