|There are two main routes: one via Spain, and the other via the Rhone valley, which will take you to Morocco in three to four days depending on the time of the year. The shortest route from Paris goes through Bayonne and Madrid, a mere 2000 km. If you are coming from Geneva, take the Rhone valley down to Sète or Port-Vendres, or Barcelona to Malaga.
The following ferry crossings are available from Spain:
• Algeciras-Tangiers in 2 hours
• Algeciras-Ceuta in 1 hour 30 minutes
• Malaga-Melilla in 8 hours.
Depuis la France :
• Sète-Tangiers in 36 hours on the Marrakech.
• Port-Vendres-Nador via the Balearics
• Sète-Nador on the Rif.
|Marrakech is only a two-hour flight from Madrid, 3 hours from Paris, and 3 hours from London.
Menara – Marrakech airport is 10 minutes from the Medina in Marrakech.
Royal Air Maroc and European airlines operate regular flights.
The hotel will provide transport from the airport (100 dirhams per person per journey).
There is also a taxi rank. .
|The train is a fast and pleasant form of transport to take within Morocco. The railway network is reliable and punctual. The journey from Marrakech to Casablanca takes 3 hours 10 minutes (9 departures a day) and it takes one hour to reach Rabat.
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