Your guide to exploring Casablanca and Cartagena


Casablanca is the largest and the most stunning city in Morocco. It is famous for its happening nightlife, inspiring Hassan II Mosque, Mediterranean climate, Old Medina, palm-lined boulevards and Mahkama du Pacha (Hispanic-Moorish building).


Getting around 

Casablanca offers many ways to explore its fabulous attractions. You can explore it by bus or train whatever you like; however, both are convenient and safe. There are many ancient Moroccan architectures and colonial buildings that can entice you. You will notice French influence on the city.

The best time to visit Casablanca is between November and May.


Food and shopping

Being located near the Atlantic Ocean, it offers some of the most delicious seafood. You can savour a wide range of authentic cuisines in Casablanca. There are many European-style restaurants, cafes and hotels that serve the finest food. If you are a shopping enthusiast, you can move towards Medina. It is packed with markets and shops.


Where to stay in Casablanca

There are many pleasant boutique hotels in Casablanca. You can also stay in cultural hotel that will give you unique feel.



Cartagena is one of the most famous and well-preserved cities on Colombia’s Caribbean coast. It is known for walled Old Town, cobblestone streets, hued colonial buildings, and massive churches. All these elements manage to grab the attention of travellers.

Travellers stroll around the city to observe sensual atmosphere, city charm, preserved colonial buildings, and one of the most famous fortress – Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas. It is known for its powerful bastion and surrounding atmosphere. They also love to explore “Palacio de la Inquisición”, a popular museum in Cartagena. It is known for its historical charm and historical objects. The best way to explore and experience this area is by walking.


The best time to visit Cartagena is between December and April.



Cartagena offers a wide range of dishes; however, the ideal local meal is fresh seafood. It is the best place to enjoy shellfish, lobsters, etc.  Travellers also enjoy local and traditional wines as well as fresh fruit juices.


Where to stay in Cartagena

There are many family-friendly and budget hotels in Cartagena.

So, get ready to explore the best kept secrets of Cartagena and Casablanca.