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Casablanca Old Town - Review of the old medina of Casablanca, Casablanca, Morocco
This old town is where all the shops and cafés are, its very large and when you go back from the mosque (see my seperate review), it is very possible to get lost in all the alleys and small avenues. Are there places to dine (but be cautious to be selected, otherwise you may have abdominal problems), there are many things to buy, if so prone, its generally tidy and the folks are all very kind, although most French and Arabian speakers than English and Arabian.
When you want to buy, it has a lot to offers, I have only searched and bought in other places in other citys. Be careful of those who want to take you shopping, especially if it will take you off the well-trodden paths. Overnight at the Hotel Central in the old Medina, right at the other end of the square, near Casa Port station.
We' ve just gone to the fair, nothing out of the ordinary. A lot of folks sell almost everything, mostly denounced, but not sure if it's original. The night we stayed at the Cafe Paris in front of the old Medina Markt. Many fastfoods are available outside the store. Beautiful part of Casablanca to spend, folks are very kind on the old town.
Medina. Were you in the old medina of Casablanca?
Casablanca Old Town - Review of Habous Quarter, Casablanca, Morocco
it is a beautiful place, the stores that sell typical artefacts and clothes are all over the place, but the best thing is not the old souque itself, but the old farm next to it, an old chateau that used to be the highest courthouse in Casablanca, constructed by the locals in terms of regional architectural style, it is a place not to be overlooked.
Casablanca's new Medina or Habous quarter (Habous quarter) was created by the locals in the 1920s in the south-eastern part of the town. It is still one of the most attractive quarters. With its small tree-lined plazas, cultivated alleys and stylish arches, the walk through the Habous offers a strange mixture of quaint Frenchspeaking monuments and authentic Maghreb architectural styles with small boutiques that sell handcrafted Moroccans and leathers.
And when I got there, it wasn't too full. In any case it' definitely noteworth a look. Have you been to Habous?