Though Casablanca is located on the Atlantic Ocean it has a Mediterranean climate which makes for mild temperatures. The average temperature for most of the year is 20 ° C (68 ° F) but depending on the season you may find higher or lower ones.. Winters are mild with temperatures of about 10 ° C (50 ° F) and summer is quite humid and dry with about 25 ° C (77 ° F) on average during the hottest months.
Dirham (MAD or DHS). The dirham is the official coin, though according to the business or service they can also accept euros. Euros and dollars are the easiest currencies to change and the fastest way to get money is through ATM's but you will probably pay a commission. Some locals and more internationalized restaurants normally accept credit cards but it’s best to always carry some cash to cover the first expenses, to pay when your credit card’s not accepted or for an emergency. Be carefull with street exchanging, they tend to be a scam.
2 days. Is the necessary time to explore Casablanca, have a first contact with the country and then take your bags and discover more places around Morocco. A good choice after traveling through other parts of the country is to go back to Casablanca, usually one of the main connections with other countries.
The schedules in Casablanca and Morocco in general vary from day to day and whether or not they coincide with Ramadan. Shopping centers open at about 10am in the morning and close around 21h though this may change. Shops and souks have a very extended timetable and they usually close later than 21pm.