Morocco Transportation

  • Red petite taxis at the grande taxi station
    Red petite taxis at the grande taxi...
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    small and large taxi station
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Morocco Transportation

  • By Taxi / By Petit Taxi / By Grand Taxi

    Marrakesh Transportation

    The taxi driver will not use the meter so I'd forget all the tips that say get them to turn the meter on. I have never yet managed to get them to do this. Know how much to expect to pay before you get to the taxi and then fix a price before you get in the taxi. Don't expect to get the super low prices that locals pay but do not pay a rip off...

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  • Trains

    Casablanca Transportation

    The main long distance train station in Casablanca is a very simple station and small station.... on one side they have a ticket office and on the other side a small store that sells newspapers, snacks, and soda's and juices ..... we had no problem getting our tickets to Marrakech the night before ... and of course like in every train station...

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  • By Bus

    Marrakesh Transportation

    The airport is served between 8 am and 9 pm every half an hour by bus no. 19. A ticket on this line is 30 Dirham, return 50 Dirham (2015) which makes it around ten times more expensive than a ticket on any other bus line. Still, it is cheaper than a taxi (around 60 Dirham one way, depending if the meter is working or on your haggling skills) or a...

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  • Local Taxis

    Casablanca Transportation

    On Saturday evening I had to go from the Airport to the City. As I did not want to wait for the next train, I took a taxi The fare to my hotel was 250 Dirham. I thought thats too expensive, I think some guidlines at the airport stated 200 Dirham. But the driver refused to drive for this money. He fist wanted 300, my offer was 250. When we arrived...

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  • By Train

    Marrakesh Transportation

    Marrakech as got a modern and beautiful train station, opened in 2008. Even thought you're not going to travel by train it's worth to visit the station. It contains several shops and fast food restaurants. We passed by the station several times by taxi, but also you can see it from the tourist bus. There are direct rail link with Casablanca and...

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  • Ferries / Boats

    Casablanca Transportation

    We arrived in Casablanca on a cruise ship. The port is huuuuge and divided into 3 terminals. Our guide explained us how the port worked and how it was divided, but I didn't take note of everything he said and all I can remember now, as I write, is that there is a terminal for cereals and another for minerals. Casablanca's port is not only the main...

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  • By Horse-Cabs

    Marrakesh Transportation

    This was my favourite form of transport in Marrakech. It's not meant to be used as a taxi - they are slower and more expensive than taxis, but I ended up using them for short journeys because they are wonderful. After the chaos and commotion of Marrakech, stepping into a caleche is like entering a bubble. All of a sudden the world slows down, even...

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  • Planes

    Casablanca Transportation

    Mohammed V Airport is the largest airport in Morocco and very crowded and noisy, with signs only in Arabic and French. It's located about 30km south of Casablanca, so if your accommodation provided free transport to/from the airport, then its a good idea to use it! Getting to/from Casablanca:- Car - there is short and long term parking, numerous...

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  • By Car

    Marrakesh Transportation

    I have rented cars in Morocco on many occasions as I am a frequent traveller to Morocco. I have had many mixed experiences but have never been inspired to write a review until hiring through Oria Cars. Oria Cars is a small locally run rental company based in Marrakech, which was recommended to me by a friend. For those of you that have not...

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  • By Plane

    Marrakesh Transportation

    Marrakech Menara airport is the second busiest in the country, handling over 3 million passengers a year. It's a beautiful, modern airport. My two year old son looked up to the crosshatched ceiling of the arrivals hall and could say only "wow". It's pretty impressive. The airport is also really close to the city, making it very convenient. You can...

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  • On foot / Walking

    Marrakesh Transportation

    If you are in Marrakesh for the first time, chances are high that you will underestimate the task of navigating in the Medina. With a circumference of 16 kms and a dislike for straight lines in architecture that makes even Hundertwasser blush, you will get lost here easily. A very (I repeat: very) good map is the most important thing you need....

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  • Alternatives

    Marrakesh Transportation

    While traveling, I came by train service from Tangier to Marrakesh. It gave me the freedom to maneuver around by walking and provides adequate available leg room for relaxing while riding. I found this hard to get from their Bus services. My train stopped around Sidi Kacim late in the evening hours, I'll only say it was over 8hrs ride. However...

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  • Biking

    Marrakesh Transportation

    We saw quite a few locals on bicycles, but with the traffic going on in Marrakesh it did not seem like a good idea for us. Interesting enough, there was a "rent-a-bicycle" area right across the street from our hotel, so it seems as if this is not unusual at all. It was just our personal decision not to rent a bike!

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  • Mohammed V International Airport

    Casablanca's Mohammed V International Airport (CMN) is about 19 miles (31 kilometers) from the downtown area, so it is necessary to take a taxi into the city, unless transfers are included as part of a package tour. Airlines serving Mohammed V International Airport: Afriqiyah Airways, Air Algerie, Air Arabia Maroc, Air France, Air Mediterranee, Air...

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  • The trains of the week the Eid al-Adha...

    The man who contacted us on the street in Tangier told us that in the week that the Eid al-Adha takes place Saturday, October 4th would be a very busy travel week in Morocco. So we bought train tickets for Tuesday, September 30, two days before we were to use the tickets.Tickets to the Moroccan trains cannot be purchased outside the country.Seat...

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  • Booking trains and buses

    TRAINS AND BUSES:tRAINS:The government transport company for trains in Morocco is ONCF and have recently upgraded their website which is great to know and now great to use if you want to travel by public transport.Routes not covered by train transport have the international standard bus companies CTM and Supratours and have now been linked into the...

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  • Ferry transport to Morocco

    The main ferry port to Morocco is at Algeciras in the south of Spain - with many ferries heading over to Tangier throughout the day from early morning to about 10pm at night - I caught the last ferry over one night and it was late leaving and didnt leave until after 11pm!There are large 'slow' ferries that take around 2 and a half hours to reach...

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  • Flights and airlines to Morocco

    flights to various airports in and around Morocco from the UK and around Europe - a number of these airlines are particularly handy to know about because they can link flights around Europe and can be extremely well priced - Easyjet is a particular favourite as is British Airways,Royal Air Maroc (which has done away with its budget subsidiary...

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  • CTM bus - international quality bus...

    There are 2 main bus companies that operate around Morocco at international level - CTM and Supratours - this mean buses that go from A to B with quality buses, routes with scheduled stops for pick up and drop at set locations between major destinations versus stopping for every Tom, Dick and Harry that the local buses do when they are of course...

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  • Marrakech (Morkosh)

    Was in Marrakech a few weeks ago.Arranged for a Privet Transport from Airport to the Hotel.All so used the same Driver for the Excursions that I took.The Driver was Polite and spoke good English.The Stopped where ever we requested and was very knowledgeable about every thing that we asked about.I would advise any one going to Marrakech to use...

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  • Marrakech to Agadir

    To go from Mattakech to Agadir just use Supratour bus, which is new and very comfortable and costs 100 dirhams. You can use another local bus operator (forgot the name) but will pay the same price and have much worse conditions. To check the current timetable the best solution is to go to the bus station, as ONCF web page seems not to be...

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  • Taxi prices across Morocco - bargain is...

    Bargain in Morocco is unavoidable. You must to bargain when you were told the taxi price otherwise you'll pay too much. As an example, taxi from Marrakesh airport to the city centre can cost 100 dirhams instead of 150 (grand taxi)! Or, in Agadir, you can pay 10 dirhams instead of 80, when taking the taxi from the La Tivoli Hotel to the bus station...

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  • Don't underestimate the travel time

    We rented a car last April with Sixts at the Casablanca int. Airport and were very satisfied with their service. The trip across the mountains to Ouarazazate took about 8 hours. The road on the Marrakech side is very windy, but with very fine views. The road via Meknes took us through the valley of the Ziz, but was even longer. It even better,...

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  • Getting around Morocco via land modes

    Morocco is surprisingly quite European in their choice of land transport. I really had it easy as I relied on both trains and coaches to get around the country. Hardly broke into a sweat even though I hadn't booked tickets in advance.TRAINThe rail serves the major cities along the coast as well as a few major cities inland. The network is not as...

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  • Going to/Leaving Fes by Train

    It's just too simple and too sweet. The trains are generally clean, comfy, and if you go first class (which is practically no different in price) you are guaranteed the seat for the trip. (2nd means you could stand) It is safer than the buses (which have had a series of publicized accidents recently) and you get bathrooms, a little table to eat...

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  • ferry Tarifa-Tangier

    Tarifa to Tangier ferry with FRS: 8 crossings daily, sailing duration is from 35 minutes http://www.directferries.co.uk/frs.htm

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  • night train Tanger- Marrakech

    night train Tanger- Marrakech - 21:30-08:40. Don`t forget to order Couchette! :) http://www.oncf.ma/

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  • Petit taxis

    Petit taxis you can use in cities. Ask driver to put on the taxi-meter or agree on a price/currency BEFORE you get in the taxi! :)

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  • Grand taxis station

    Grand taxis near Marrakech bus station. http://airtravel.about.com/c/ht/02/05/How_Order_Taxi_Morocco1022835379.htm?terms=best+fares

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  • Casablanca-Marrakesh Train

    The Moroccan Rail is almost on time and Class I is enough comfortable for the way. You can buy train ticket in any station and change the train in Casa Voyageur Station for Marrakesh. It takes about 4 hrs. They sell sandwich and beverages in the train but you need to change money in the Mohammed V airport.

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  • Morocco by train

    Most of our travel around Morocco was by train. The trains are cheap and fairly reliable though a little slower than European trains. We usually travelled first class as there wasn't too big a difference in price between first and second. The rail network is not comprehensive. It covers most of the big cities but many popular smaller towns such as...

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  • Moroccan Train links the whole country

    The train is the second cheapest form of transportation (bus is the cheapest) in Morocco. El tren es la segunda forma mas barata de transportacion en Morocco, el bus es el mas economico.It is also the most reliable, because it departs and arrives on time and its schedulle is very convenient.Es tambien el mas confiable ya que sale y llega a tiempo y...

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  • Train Travel in Morocco

    Morocco has a good railway system that I ultimately enjoyed more than the bus. Train travel is only slightly more expensive than bus travel. I also found that times of the train schedules more convenient than the buses. The trains themselves are reasonably modern and clean. My only beef is that the locations where the trains travel are limited to...

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  • Marrakech Airport Bus

    Come out of Terminal 1 at Marrakech Airport, to the left down the sidewalk past the taxis is the airport bus. It's it's not there, it will return. Catch it into town - very inexpensive and easy.

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  • Using driver guides and rental car to...

    wow someone just rated my post here as helpful and i see these posts are from 4 years ago! well the original poster for this question never signed back in to see our answers since 26 july 4 years ago anyway - but again i even more so say that to get a rental car and then maximise your time by having a driver or guide with you is still an excellent...

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  • New freeway between Marrakech and Agadir

    The new freeway between Marrakech and Agadir, and actually now connecting all the way up to Casablanca, opened a few months ago and what an improvement!Though the road between Marrakech and Agadir, via Chichoua, is rather scenic, and as the only major access route the road itself has been well maintained but heavily traffficked with all matters of...

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  • Taxi from the airport

    Taxi from the airport to the city centre costs around 150 DRH and to the Riad Dar Souihla it costs 220 DRH. We tried to haggle but all the taxi drivers were saying 300 DRH to the riad, we eventually got them down to 220 but it took a long time. Pretty hard to haggle when everyone says the same as they know you can't just go and get it cheaper with...

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  • CTM v the rest.

    When travelling about Morocco by bus you'll generallly have the choice between CTM, which is a state run bus company and the multitude of private operators.CTM seems to be favoured by tourists but I realy don't understand why in particular. It is true that their services are generally a smidge faster and their buses a bit newer-looking. On the...

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  • Cycling in Morocco.

    The best way to get around is in my opinion by bicycle.Sure it's a little tough, but you get away from the tourist crowd and find out that moroccans are real nice people.In tourist places you tend to think that all moroccans wants to sell you hotel rooms,hash and useless junk and because of that it´s nice to get away from the tourist scene and...

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  • ONCF Train around Morocco

    So easy to get around by ONCF, the train system. We purchased our tickets the day of travel, and since we were not travelling at a peak time, it was no problem.You can check the timetable online, or get a small pocket schedule at the station. We did have one problem, the train from Rabat to Meknes broke down and was 4 hours late, but this is not...

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  • Transport in Morocco

    Mike,Trains are great in Morocco. Be aware that you will be there during the hottest period. Act like a native and go slowly. In addition to traing, look into the bus system also run by the train company - SupraTours. BIG comfortable airconditioned busses-http://www.supratours.ma/.Also consider "Grande Taxis". These are usually mercedes that go...

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  • "All a board" on the train to Marrakech

    There are a few daily trains from the new Casablanca train station - Gare de Casa Oasis. This is the only way you don't need to change trains if want to travel to/from casablanca to Marrakech.

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  • Direct flights from Lisboa to Casablanca

    It is possible to fly directly from Portugal (Lisboa) to Morocco (Casablanca), with TAP. They operate 5 flights per week. Very nice, panoramic and quick flight (around 1hour and a half).

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  • THINGS TO LOOK OUT FOR when driving

    THINGS TO LOOK OUT FOR when driving in Morocco include, dogs, goats, cows and camels in the road. Also look out for traffic police, keep within the speed limit at all times or the cops will appear from nowhere and issue you with an on the spot fine. Sometimes they will stop you for a chat because you have foreign number plates. Driving at night can...

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  • Transport tips

    I can only give you my opinion of your Cassa-Essa leg.A Grand taxi is a large car, normally a Mercedes that fills up with passengers on the way, You could take one to your first place of interest, and then pick up another to go further on your way. Generally they go between Cassablanca and Marrakech and Marrakech and Essaouira. For the latter leg...

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