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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Mohammed V International Airport (CMN), which is just over half an hour's drive from the centre (about 35km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Casablanca are AirCar, Europcar, Locationauto, Budget and Hertz.
Moroccan Dirham (MAD)
Warmest month: July (23°C)
Coldest month: January (13°C)
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Hire a car in Casablanca
Morocco’s commercial capital, Casablanca is a hub of cosmopolitan energy and local fortune.
Though often overlooked in favour of more tourist centred Moroccan cities, travellers who peer below Casablanca’s surface will see the country in a natural light. Casablanca might not be the romantic escape the famous film Casablanca suggests, but it does maintain its own fascinating style.
Taking your time in the city and not rushing through will reap plenty of rewards. Find the best Casablanca car hire with easyCar, and indulge your curiosity further with a drive to the surrounding deserts and coastal towns.
Sights to see
One of the most modern and commercial cities in Morocco, Casablanca is a far cry from the shady backwater made famous by Bergman and Bogart. Morocco’s biggest city, it’s also the place furthest from the classic images of Moorish culture, with huge glass-sided office blocks and designer boutiques.
Things to do in Casablanca
Morocco’s big, brash metropolis, Casablanca is nonetheless an attractive destination for travellers and offers a respite from the old-world atmosphere of Fes and Casablanca. Here you can visit the trendy shops and designer retailers, heading out to the funky clubs in the evening. Even here though, the essence of Morocco is never too far away. Casablanca has an interesting ancient medina and some wonderful Moorish architecture. The Hassan II Mosque is one of the largest found anywhere in the world, while the impressive old fortress Boj sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah was built in the 18th century to repel raids from the Portuguese.
Casablanca: Discover more
The wide boulevards and well-planned civic centre make Casablanca a refreshingly easy place to drive around, particularly after the winding chaos of Marrakech! Renting a car makes it simpler for you to explore the city at your own pace, and even tour further into the surrounding countryside. Morocco is large, but with a week or two to spare you can easily reach Fes, Tangier, Rabat, Marrakech or even the fringes of the Sahara desert.