A Great Port City!

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Did you know that “Casa” in Spanish means House and “Blanca” means White so Casablanca means White House?  This port city; one of the largest artificial ports in the world, with a population of over 3.1 million people, is located on the Atlantic Ocean, in the western part of Morocco, in North Africa.

Casablanca has a historic background that is quite interesting. In the 19th century Casablanca’s population increased rapidly as the city became a large supplier of wool to the textile industry in Great Britain, in 1930, Casablanca hosted the Grand Prix, and in 1943, during World War II, Casablanca hosted the “Casablanca Conference” where Churchill and Roosevelt met and discussed the war in great detail.

Casablanca’s climate is cool and refreshing with currents from the Atlantic Ocean creating Mediterranean temperatures; warm and pleasant in the summer, and mild and rainy in the winter, no wonder the 1942 movie “Casablanca,” was set in Casablanca and featured the famous piano song: “As Time Goes By.”

You too can now purchase cheap tickets to this historic city from any travel agent and receive a great value for your trip to Casablanca or any global destination of your choice. There are many online travel agencies with service that specializes in discounted international airfare and excellent customer service.

Book your trip and fly into Casablanca’s main airport: Mohammed V International Airport, also known to be Morocco’s busiest airport. Focus is on cheap international travel reservations and great discounts, and since many agents purchase from consolidator wholesalers, you can save and spend more money on your trip during your stay in historic Casablanca.

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