5 Best Places to Shop in Casablanca, Rabat and Casablanca

Anfa Place Mall

This mall overlooks the sea opposite the Abdul-Aziz Saud Mosque, right before the Megarama cinema. There's a pretty good selection of shops—most containing clothing and accessories—as well as a supermarket and stores selling books and cosmetics. Right outside, you'll find a number of restaurants and cafés overlooking an accessible stretch of beach.

Coco Corner

This chic spot stocks all sorts of desirable home decor objects, furnishings, and accessories. The keyword here is design, and nothing is conceived without elegance.

Exposition Nationale d'Artisanat

If bargaining isn't your thing but you want to bring home some wonderful handicrafts, this multilevel government-run emporium is the perfect alternative. It's stocked with authentic crafts from all over Morocco.

3, av. Hassan II, Casablanca, Morocco

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Casablanca's main shopping area is the Maarif, just south of Boulevard Zerktouni. The maarif market is famous among Casablancans, stocking fruits, vegetables, fish, spices, and olives, as well as flowers and argan products. On the other side of Boulevard Massira al Khadra, you'll find a good number of European stores such as Zara, Pimkie, Mango, and Massimo Dutti. Maarif also hosts specialty shops devoted to everything from chocolate to porcelain. Built on a grid, you'll find that the lower part, nearer Boulevard Bir Anzarane, is more traditional, with lots of hole-in-the-wall places selling local products.

Morocco Mall

At the end of the Corniche, just after the Sidi Abderrahman islet, sits one of Africa’s largest malls. It features all kinds of stores and a sizeable food court. There’s also an IMAX theater, a large supermarket, and an adventure playground for kids that includes an ice rink.