Rooftop Bars Casablanca
The largest city in Morocco, located on the Atlantic coast, is probably most known as the setting of the movie Casablanca. But movie-nostalgia apart, there are plenty of other reasons to plan a visit here, including some fine Casablanca rooftop bars.
This complete guide will take you right through the streets filled with art deco buildings and straight to the best venues, packed with all info you need about every Casablanca rooftop: opening hours, dress codes, pics, maps and much more.
Blessed with a pleasant climate most parts of the year, Casablanca is pretty much made for alfresco dining and drinking, and there are several elevated venues well worth a visit. But which is the best rooftop bar Casablanca? Just scroll down and find the Casablanca rooftop bar best suited for you.
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Rooftop bar Casablanca
Prime season: March-Octopber
Residents: 3,5 millions
Climate: hot-summer Mediterranean
Casablanca, the largets city in Morocco, comes with a pleasant climate pretty much year round. So the Casablanca rooftop bars can offer alfresco dining and drinking no matter the season.
Which are the best rooftops in Casablanca? While not packed with elevated venues to enjoy drinks with a view, there are a few gems, most of them found in the central parts of town. These are great places to get a new perpective over the city. Here's a great website on how to get from Marrakesh to Casablanca.
Located on the Atlantic coast in the central-western part of Morocco, Casablanca is maybe not as famous as a traveling destinations as Marrakech, but it is well worth exploring. Mixing modern cosmopolitan buildings and old historic ones, as well as French colonial legacy and Arab culture, the city is diverse. Famous landmarks include the Hassan II Mosque and Place Mohammed V.