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"We had to fly into Casablanca,..." Morocco Transportation Tip by Sheri_Z

Morocco Transportation: 187 reviews and 182 photos

We had to fly into Casablanca, and then transfer to Fez. Appears this is true for many other cities as well. Fez is a small airport, but flying seemed preferable to travel by train.
We took the train from the airport into Casblanca since I had about 5 hours of layover one day. We had to wait a long time for the train, and nearly had a heart attack getting back, since the schedule was NOT what I had been told in the airport.

The train was cheap, only about 30 dirhams for 2 of us as compared to a taxi ride to Casablanca of 200 dirhams. But once there, we found the area around the station a bit depressing, as was the casbah. Best to go straight to the Mosque of Hassan, unless you're staying over.

Within Fez and Casablanca, we took cabs, but they were sometimes hard to find. Ask your hotel to help.

Type: Train

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  • Written Aug 26, 2002
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