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How to get there? and what should I ride? One of the primary concerns I have when arranging a trip to a new place is transportation. Fortunately, figuring out how to get around Morocco wasn't too tough!

Surely there are essential tips to move around Morocco's destinations readily without getting lost or tired. Morocco has various types of transportation, for instance, you might ride a camel in the Sahara desert as a tour.

Getting around Morocco

Planning to visit Marrakech souks or taking a tour of the Atlas mountains, whatever you desire, is pretty simple, according to the good public transportation system in Morocco. 

By Train


Fes, Meknes, Tangier, Rabat, Casablanca, and Marrakech are all connected by a safe and convenient rail network west of the Atlas Mountains. A first-class ticket on the network's longest journey costs 420dh and takes 15 hours and 825 kilometers (513 miles) from Oujda to Marrakech. When compared to Europe,  Moroccan rail travel is fairly affordable.

In the first-class compartments, there are six seats however the second-class compartments have eight seats. Couchettes and sleeper cars must be reserved earlier, but a couchette costs an additional 90dh on top of your ticket, and sleeper carriages cost no more than 350dh, depending on the length of the voyage. If you want to reserve couchettes, you have to book them two months in advance, compared with first-class tickets that must be reserved one month in advance. Be careful that your tickets are proper for 5 days only and they will be delivered at the arrival station.

By bus


Buses are one of the most common and popular transportation around Morocco. Buses run on a set schedule with numbered seats. CTM, SATAS, Trans Ghazala, and Supratours are the main transport companies in Morocco.

CTM offers overnight services on long-distance routes such Fes-Marrakech, Casablanca-Tangier, and Casablanca-Er Rachidia.  If you want to take a bus from Fes to Meknes, almost one hour, the ticket price will cost almost 40dh while the long roads cost 300dh.

By Grand Taxi


Taxi in Morocco is a little bit different, known as Grand Taxi, operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is connecting all the cities and towns. The car's brand is an old Mercedes sedan with six passengers, two in front and four in the back. Many taxis in Morocco are located in the bus station, train stations, or getting around the streets.

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