Private Day Trip to Casablanca

Peterbringsyoueverywhere brings you to Casablanca in a car with driver
Casablanca Hassan II Mosque

Private day trip to Casablanca

Number of people is 1-4 per SUV car::

 175,= (per car; fuel and toll included but tip for the driver is not included)

Number of people is 1-8 per Van:

 185,= (per car; fuel and toll included but tip for the driver is not included)


At a Glance

Description

 

 

 - Always clear and fast communication

 - Only new, luxury and heavy cars

 - Always a clean car

 - A good working air-conditioning system

 - Always exactly on time

 - Reasonable prices and a high service level

 - European drivers speaking multiple languages

 - Nice and safe drivers

 - Recommended on TripAdvisor

 - No hidden costs

 - You pay the prices from our proposal 

 - You'll receive a clear proposal 

 - No other passengers in "your" car

 - Free WiFi in the car



What to Expect

Summary

 

 

We start our day trip in Marrakech. We'll pick you up from your hotel or from the airport.

You'll start your tour at 9 am in Marrakesh, with a pickup from your hotel. From there you'll travel about 3 hours to Casablanca.

 

Spend a day near the seaside and in the city of Casablanca and enjoy for example the  Art Deco buildings or discover the nice waterfront.

A lunch in one of the restaurant at the end of the Corniche is worth a visit; from Restaurant Le Petit Rocher you have a beautiful view of the Hassan II Mosque.

Make a boat-trip if you like. Or see the Art Deco buildings near the Hyatt Hotel or in Habous.

It's also possible for us to organise a local guide for €75 extra. She can tell you a lot more about the city of Casablanca in the 3 - 4 hours that she is with us.

You'll be able to explore the old town or enjoy the waterfront near the Hassan II Mosque.

You'll head back to Marrakesh around 4 pm and we'll bring you back to your hotel in Marrakesh.

We are open to other times and places, just let us know.

 


What's included

 ✅ A good working Air-conditioning 

 ✅ Toll road is paid

 ✅ Bottled water
 ✅ WiFi on board
 ❌ Alcoholic Drinks

 ❌ Coffee, Tea, Snacks

 ❌ Hotel
 ❌ Diner
 ❌ Gratuities
 ❌ Lunch
 ❌ Entrance tickets

 


Departure & Return

Pickup Details

 

We pickup from every Hotel or Riad in the center of Marrakech up to 10 km from the center

We also can pick you up from the airport of Marrakech

 

Return Details

 

We bring you back to the place where we picked you up, or to the airport of Marrakech

 

Departure time

 

9:00am

 

Drop-off time

 

Between 6:00pm and 7:00pm

 

Duration

 

About 9 hours

 

Which days

 

Daily

 

Languages

 

English, German, Dutch, Polish

 



Before you Book

 

The fine print

 

 

  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Infant seats available
  • Near public transportation
  • Stroller accessible
  • Not wheelchair accessible, but portable wheelchair available
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour will have a maximum of 8 travelers

 

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the trip
  • In case of a shared trip it requires a minimum number of travellers. If it's canceled because the minimum isn't with, you'll be offered a different date or to change it to a private day trip.

Regulations

Please read and accept the regulations of our company



Details about Casablanca

 

Summary

 

 

 

 

English

 

The population of Greater Casablanca is estimated at more than 4.2 million. The population of the city is about 12% of the total population of Morocco.

In 1515, the Portuguese rebuilt the city under the name "Casa Branca". The Portuguese remained until 1755 when they left the city after an earthquake. It was rebuilt by Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah as Dar el-Beida. The Spaniards were given the right to set up a trade center and gave it its current name.

Casablanca became the most important trading city in the country and the most important place for European establishment.

In January 1943 the Casablanca conference took place in Casablanca about the end of the Second World War.

 The Greater Casablanca region is seen as the locomotive of the development of the Moroccan economy; 30% of the Moroccan banking sector is located in Casablanca. For decades Casablanca has grown into a larger world city.

The activities of the ports of Casablanca and Mohammedia share 55% of Moroccan international trade. 48% of passenger traffic in Morocco is through Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport.

 

German

Die Bevölkerung von Groß-Casablanca wird auf mehr als 4,2 Millionen geschätzt. Die Bevölkerung der Stadt beträgt etwa 12% der Gesamtbevölkerung Marokkos.

1515 bauten die Portugiesen die Stadt unter dem Namen "Casa Branca" wieder auf. Die Portugiesen blieben bis 1755, als sie nach einem Erdbeben die Stadt verließen. Es wurde von Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah als Dar el-Beida wieder aufgebaut. Die Spanier erhielten das Recht, ein Handelszentrum zu errichten und gaben ihm seinen heutigen Namen.

Casablanca wurde zur wichtigsten Handelsstadt des Landes und zum wichtigsten europäischen Standort.

Im Januar 1943 fand in Casablanca die Casablanca-Konferenz über das Ende des Zweiten Weltkrieges statt.

 Die Großregion Casablanca gilt als Motor der Entwicklung der marokkanischen Wirtschaft; 30% des marokkanischen Bankensektors befinden sich in Casablanca. Seit Jahrzehnten ist Casablanca zu einer größeren Weltstadt gewachsen.

Die Aktivitäten der Häfen von Casablanca und Mohammedia teilen 55% des marokkanischen internationalen Handels. 48% des Passagierverkehrs in Marokko ist über Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport.

 

Nederlands

De bevolking van Groot-Casablanca wordt geschat op meer dan 4,2 miljoen. De bevolking van de stad is ongeveer 12% van de totale bevolking van Marokko.

In 1515 herbouwden de Portugezen de stad onder de naam "Casa Branca". De Portugezen bleven tot 1755 toen ze de stad verlieten na een aardbeving. Het werd herbouwd door Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah als Dar el-Beida. De Spanjaarden kregen het recht om een handelscentrum op te richten en gaven het zijn huidige naam.

Casablanca werd de belangrijkste handelsstad van het land en de belangrijkste plaats voor Europese vestiging.

In januari 1943 vond de Casablanca-conferentie plaats in Casablanca over het einde van de Tweede Wereldoorlog.

 De regio Groot-Casablanca wordt gezien als de locomotief van de ontwikkeling van de Marokkaanse economie; 30% van de Marokkaanse banksector bevindt zich zich in Casablanca. Al tientallen jaren is Casablanca uitgegroeid tot een grotere wereldstad.

De activiteiten van de havens van Casablanca en Mohammedia delen 55% van de Marokkaanse internationale handel. 48% van het passagiersverkeer in Marokko verloopt via Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport.



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