Getting There - International Travel
The national airline is Royal
Air Maroc (AT). There are frequent direct flights from all major
the European cities, from North America and from the Middle East.
Approximate flight times
• From Casablanca to London is 3 hours
Tangier to London is 2 hours 30 minutes.
• From Casablanca
to New York is 6 hours 30 minutes.
Located 30km (19 miles) south of the city with a travel time of
approximately 35 minutes.
Travel to and from the
Taxi services into Casablanca and train services available to Rabat.
Outgoing duty free shop, post office, banking and bureau de change,
restaurant, bar, tourist help desk and car hire facilities.
Tangier (TNG) (Boukhalef Souahel)
Located 11km (7 miles) from the city with a travel time of 20 minutes.
Travel to and from the Airport
Bus and taxi services into Tangier from the airport.
Outgoing duty free shop, banking and bureau de change, bar, tourist
help desk, car hire and restaurant.
• Fez (FEZ)
• Rabat-Salé (RBA)
Lines serving these ports are:
• Bland Line - from
Spain and Gibraltar
• Comanav - from France, Spain
• Compañía Trasmediterránea
• Limadet, Polish Ocean Lines - from Northern Europe
Ferry operators include:
There are regular and cheap car and passenger-ferry links between
southern Spain and Tangier and the Spanish enclaves on the north
Moroccan coast. Most links are roll-on, roll-off car ferries except
The routes are from:
• Algeciras to Ceuta (Sebta)
• Algeciras to Tangier (hydrofoil and car
• Tarifa to Tangier (hydrofoil)
to Tangier (hydrofoil and car ferry)
to Melilla (car ferry)
• Málaga to Melilla (car
• Almería to Nador (car ferry)
Gênes (Italy) to Tangier
• Alicante to Orán
• Almería to Al Hoceima
There are also car ferries between Sète
on the French coast (between Béziers and Montpellier) and
Tangier with Compagnie Marocaine de Navigation.
Rail links between Morocco and Algeria
are suspended currently.
The international routes are from Oujda to Algiers
or from Oran to Algiers.
Trains can be caught from London Victoria to Gare
du Nord in Paris, and then Gare d'Austerlitz
to Algerciras. From here ferries can be caught
to Morocco (see Sea section above).
The Inter-Rail Pass offers unlimited second-class
train travel in up to twenty-nine European countries (includes Morocco
and Turkey) split into 8 zones (A-H).
3 different tickets are available:
• ticket covering
1 zone (2 to 6 countries, 16 days’ validity)
covering 2 zones (6 to 10 countries, 22 days’ validity) and
• All Zone Pass (29 countries, 1 month’s validity).
Ferry services between Greece and Italy are included. Passengers
must be resident in Europe for at least 6 months before the pass
is used. Travel is not permitted in the passenger’s country
of residence. Travellers under 26 years receive a reduction of about
30%. Children’s tickets are reduced by about 50 %. Supplements
are required for some of the high-speed services, seat reservations
and couchettes. Discounts are offered on Eurostar and some ferry
routes and available from Inter
The best road link is from southern Spain or France via the passenger/car
ferries (see above section under Sea). The road link on the north
Algerian border is currently closed.
departing from Victoria
Coach Station in London, serves destinations in Morocco.