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How to get to Morocco

Upon your arrival to Morocco, you start looking for information about the local means of transport ? Whether you are travelling by air or by ferry, get top tips to make your journey easier and enjoyable. You'll find here all the information you need to get started.

Travelling by air

With 25 airports scattered all across Morocco, there are several airports in Morocco that are able to serve your needs, while providing you with banking services, foreign exchange agencies, shopping malls fitted out according to the new concept of "walkthrough", catering and relaxation areas. 

The airport of Marrakech-Menara, being considered as the most beautiful airport in the world according to the 2017 ranking by the Skyteam Alliance that unites 19 world airlines, has a cultural identity that brings together authenticity and modernity.

The National Airports Office (ONDA) is committed to providing you with the best service according to the highest international standards, serving you with the all existing airlines. 



For an optimal travel conditions, you need to arrive well before your flight - 2 to 3 hours - as there are some instructions that should be completed before boarding. Besides sparing you all the stressful rush that usually ends up missing the flight, arriving early will give you extra time for shopping !

In a couple of hours, you're already enjoying a sunny beach or hiking the High Atlas Mountains. While Casablanca is only 1h flight away from Madrid, 3h from Milan or Paris, and 3h20 from London, Marrakech is 2h away from Madrid, 3h from Paris, and 4h45 from London.

Ferry journey

If you come by boat, there are three main Moroccan ferry ports, namely: the port of Tangier city, the port of Agadir, and the port of Casablanca. Famous for being the door of Africa, these ports are connected to the ports of Europe, especially France, Spain and Italy, through a wide network of ferry lines.



Whatever means of transport you have chosen, there will always be a plane or a boat, to take you very quickly as close as possible to your Moroccan destination.