Taza Transportation

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    CTM bus to Oujda

    by earthflyer Written Mar 20, 2010

    CTM has 1 bus departing for Oujda.

    Journey time is 3 hours 30mins.

    Tickets are about 60 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

    Please you prices as a rough guide only.

    The small CTM bus office is on Place de Independance.

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    CTM bus to Tangier

    by earthflyer Written Mar 20, 2010

    CTM have 2 overnight buses departing for Tangier.

    Journey time is 8 hours.

    Tickets are about 130 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

    Please you prices as a rough guide only.

    The small CTM bus office is on Place de Independance.

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    CTM bus to Rabat

    by earthflyer Written Mar 20, 2010

    CTM has 1 bus departing for Rabat.

    Journey time is 6 hours 30mins.

    Tickets are about 95 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

    Please you prices as a rough guide only.

    The small CTM bus office is on Place de Independance.

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    CTM bus to Meknes

    by earthflyer Written Mar 20, 2010

    CTM has 1 bus departing for Meknes.

    Journey time is 2 hours 30mins.

    Tickets are about 55 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

    Please you prices as a rough guide only.

    The small CTM bus office is on Place de Independance.

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    CTM bus to Casablanca

    by earthflyer Updated Mar 20, 2010

    CTM has 1 bus departing for Casablanca.

    Journey time is 8 hours.

    Tickets are about 120 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

    Please you prices as a rough guide only.

    The small CTM bus office is on Place de Independance.

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    CTM bus to Fes

    by earthflyer Updated Mar 20, 2010

    CTM has 1 bus departing for Fes.

    Journey time is 2 hours.

    Tickets are about 40 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

    Please you prices as a rough guide only.

    The small CTM bus office is on Place de Independance but the bus to Fes does not arrival into Taza until 2.30pm in the afternoon.

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    1st Class Train

    by earthflyer Updated May 31, 2009

    Highly recommended why I have not used trains before in Morocco I don't know but this is a great way of getting fom A-B in comfort.

    Travelling 1st class was very cheap and excellent value and you sit in a closed compartment for 6 people very much like the old style trains back in the 1980's

    Train from Oudja to Taza was 108 dirhams = £10 (4 hours)

    HIGH RECCOMENDED.

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    Taza Train Station

    by Bernhadette Updated Jun 2, 2006

    An easy and comfortable way to get to Taza is by train.
    The trains are run by the "Office National des Chemins de Fer" (O.N.C.F.).
    The train station is situated in the north of the Ville Nouvelle (Taza-Bas), Avenue de la Gare.

    Timetables and train connections can be found at:
    www.oncf.ma/scripts/horaires1.asp
    (in French or Arabic)

    Information about the O.N.C.F. fares:
    www.oncf.ma/scripts/tarifs1.asp
    (in French or Arabic)

    For people who travel often or at certain times, there are special offers,
    for example the "week-end-ticket" ("billet week-end").
    For offers, conditions and prices look at:
    www.oncf.ma/voyages/produits.htm
    (in French or Arabic)

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    C.T.M. BUS CONNECTIONS

    by Bernhadette Updated Jun 2, 2006

    Amongst the various bus-companies the most reliable
    and comfortable way of travelling by bus to Taza might be with the C.T.M.
    ("Compagnie de Transport au Maroc").
    The busses have quite a high standard, but you should allow their arriving late sometimes.
    The C.T.M. busses stop at the Place de l'Indépendance.

    Information about C.T.M. bus connections can be found at:
    www.ctm.co.ma/francais.htm
    (in French or Arabic, an English and a Spanish version are still under construction)

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    GRANDS TAXIS

    by Bernhadette Updated May 19, 2006

    To get to nearby towns like Fes and Oujda you also can take the "grands taxis". They are faster and cheaper than busses or trains. These cabs are usually shared with other passengers, or -if you are willling to spend a little more money - you can negociate with the driver to get one by yourself. If you want to travel with children you should consider that the "grands taxis" often are without seat-belts.
    They arrive and depart near the train station in the Ville Nouvelle.

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    Taxi to the crazy mountain road to Bouleman region

    by johnsakura Written Nov 25, 2004

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    Taxi to the crazy mountain road to Bouleman region

    Ok, so this tip is for huge aventurous type of people. Theres a very impressive journey that starts near Taza. Its going from Taza south to Boulmane region. This area is very lost in time and many parts dont have even asfalt going up the mounatin at 2400m high. Very beautiful landscapes with river and waterfalls and little villages lots in the countryside. This should be the perfetc place to get some friends on a village and stay with them for a relaxing week helping people out on their farms and animal duties and work.
    So from Taza you can get a taxi to Merhaoua after Bad Al Arbaa, already deep in the Ceder forest of the Middle Atlas. From here and things get more difficult in terms of trasportation, maybe you can get or a cargo truck lift or some truck from road construction on the back part along eith workers. You should get to Taffert winter refugee house passing Tamtroucht passage at 1800m. here ou can stay in the house and bake bread with the local house taker. You can stay there for a very cheap price. You have to get a trasportaion to Bou Iblane, many buses pass everymorning to get you to the other side of the mountain passing 2400m in the Tizi Bou-Zabel passage. You can reach Ait Makhlouf and further ifkern and you off on the main road again on the Boulemane province.
    In the winter is even harder to travel here. and maybe youll have to stay in refugge taffert for a couple of days until the road might open again after some snow blasts. bring some can food and youll be ok. you have a water spring with pure water from the mountains and the guy that takes care of the house bakes bread everymorning.

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    Buses in and out of Taza

    by johnsakura Written Nov 25, 2004

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    Buses in and out of Taza morocco

    For the Riff mountains area you have to get up early as the buses leave deep in the morning. You have 2 buses to Nador from the Main bus ana taxi gare aside the train station at Ville Nouvelle Boulevard Bir Anzarane. So to Nador you have 2 morning buses one at 4:30am and another at 5am. You can also get buses to Alhoceima in the morning via Aknoul, from Aknoul you can connect to another transportation to the beautiful region of Taounate on the Route de l'Unite.
    Many ties when you get a trasportation either bby taxi or by bus people will try to induce you to join them, so maybe they will tell you they will stop at the old medina, but no, they all stop near the train station in the new part of town Nouvelle Ville.

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    Trains to and out of Taza

    by johnsakura Written Nov 25, 2004

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    Trains to and out of Taza morocco

    There is a train station on the north back part of Taza in the Boulevard Bir Anzarane, right in front of the Hotel de la Gare.

    To Fes you have 4 daily trains and you can get another one to Oudja passing the eastern steppes thru Guercif and Taourit.

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    Taxis in and out of Taza

    by johnsakura Written Nov 25, 2004

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    You shouldnt worry about not getting trasportation to and from Tza as it consists in a sring transportation connection between east and west of morocco. Taxis come from Fes on the West, from Oudja on the East and from the north from the city of Nador,

    From Fes you can take a grand taxi either shared or you can get one by yourself depending the money you want to spend on the trip.
    From Taza to Fes you can go to the train station on the north part of Taza and ask for a place on a shared taxi, this will arrive at Fes at Bab Ftouh.

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