Habous Quarter

Habous Quarter

Planning to visit the Habous Quarter? Check out our information below!


The Habous Quarter is perhaps the most traditional district of Casablanca, resembling a small souk, such as you often encounter in Morocco.

Most of the city is fairly modern, but the Habous district has best preserved its authentic character. There are numerous traditional shops where you can buy shoes, teapots and colorful mosaic tiles. It is much quieter in the Habous Quarter than around Mohammed V Square or near the Grand Mosque. You can not only buy nice souvenirs, but also admire the royal palace. From the outside, because you can’t go inside.

Opening hours:

The Habous Quarter is open Monday through Friday from 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM.

Photographer: Lars Meijer

Tips and Tricks!

Here are some tips you should know before visiting the Habous Quarter!

  • In the Habous Quarter, you will find the tastiest patisserie in all of Morocco. Namely: Pâtisserie Bennis Habous. Here you can buy delicious cookies. Nice to know, you can eat the cookies at the coffee house (Cafe Malakiya) on the corner.
Photographer: Lars Meijer

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