Maroc Ceramic Fair is opening its doors in Casablanca, the dream city of the North Africa. The newly
launched project aims to bring together the leading companies from the 6 contents by attracting thousands of
automotive professionals with an exciting atmosphere.
The city has long been overshadowed as a destination by the literary bohemianism of Tangier, the medieval
splendors of Fez and the hip exoticism of Morocco. However, in contrast to the minarets and medieval street
patterns, Casablanca is totally modern. Stroll Mohammed V and cast your gaze upwards for tiers of
sensuously sweeping curved balconies, visit the towering Mosque of Hassan II, eat cakes at the stylish Villa
Zévaco and make sure you visit the bustling Marché Central
Visas : Most visitors won't need a visa. Travellers are usually issued with a 90-day stamp on arrival.
Good buys : The best place to find beautiful and bargainous items is at the souk. Look out for leather goods,
silver jewellery, copper and brassware, rugs and ceramics - and don't be too shy to barter.
Local dishes : Moroccan cuisine is as rich and varied as its culture. Favourites include tajines, dates, olives and
nuts, and kefta seasoned mince lamb)