Domestic Transportation in Morocco

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Means of Transport Recommended in Town

`Small taxis' of different colour according to the cities are a practical and relatively cheap option (they are equipped with taxometers).
Buses are not very reliable and dilapidated.
Maps of Urban Networks
UT Library on line
Urban Transport Agencies
Independent Agency of Urban Transports of Casablanca (RATC)
Independent Agency of Urban Transports of Rabat (RATR)
Find an Itinerary
Taxi Companies

Transportation From Airport to City Centre:






Car Rental
Rabat - Sale (RBA) 9 km / 6 miles private cars and shuttle vans - - Available
Casablanca - Mohammed V (CMN) 25 km / 16 miles MAD 200-300 / 30-40 min MAD 20 / 45 min MAD 35 / 30 min Available
Marrakech - Menara (RAK) 6 km / 4 miles MAD 60 / 10-15 min MAD 3 - Available

Means of Transport Recommended in the Rest of the Country

There is a railroad in the Tangier-Fes-Marrakech triangle. Though not very fast, it is a comfortable and relatively reliable option.
Apart from this route, there exists a rather dense bus network. Best maintained are those of CTM and Supratours.
To access more isolated areas, "big taxis" must be taken. Several seats can be bought if one is in a hurry.
Rail Companies
Railway National Office


Name Type Domestic Flights International Flights
Royal Air Maroc Major Yes Yes
Atlas-Blue Low-cost No Yes
Jet 4 You Low-cost No Yes
Regional Airlines Major Yes Yes

You Can Consult the List of Airlines Banned Within the EU. Look Also at the rating of the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).


Traveling By Yourself

Driving during night is not recommended.
Generally, prudence is required as Moroccan drivers are unpredictable and accidents are frequent.
Driver's License
Foreign driving licences are accepted, as well as international driving licences.
Conditions For Renting a Vehicle
Very easy and a good solution. Moroccan agencies charge good tariffs.
But, as everywhere else, be wary of being swindled.
Rental Agencies
Auto Escape
Maroc Carrentals
Tolls or Taxes
The owner must pay the 'annual special fees on the motor vehicles'.
Tolls are on the autoroutes of the country.
Road Maps
Morocco Weather
Map of the Ministry of Transports, for each region
7 dragons
Find an Itinerary
Morocco itinerary
Traffic Conditions Online
Parking Facilities
Numerous reserved carparks exist. Usually, some Dirhams are directly given to the carpark attendant.
Majority of the locations along the streets also have a regular carpark attendant.

Rules of the Road

Minimum Driving Age
18 years minimum
Side of the Road For Driving
Right-hand side driving
Speed Limits
100 km/h outside the built-up area and 60km/h up to the last house.
Safety Belts
Obligatory in the front as well as at back
Permitted Amount of Alcohol in the Blood
No tolerance
National Roads Organizations
Ministry of Equipment and Transport

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