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Travel and Distances

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Morocco is an fascinating country for a holiday - a relatively short flight from the UK and with various ways to get around to explore the country and to enjoy the diverse culture and temperate climate. 

Getting There

Flying is the most popular way to get to Morocco, it is only 3.5 hours from the UK and is served by several airlines and routes.

Naturally Morocco offers ATOL protected holidays (if flights are included in the itinerary).

Morocco can also be accessed by train or by car via ferry from Spain into Tangier, across the Straits of Gibraltar. A leisurely route into the north of Morocco - but a relatively slow and expensive option from the UK.

Internal Travel

Moroccan road networks are extensive and are generally good. Self drive car hire is possible but cars with drivers can be a good option. Public coaches go between most major towns and cities.

Trains are a good alternative if heading north from Marrakech to Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes, Fez or Tangier. 

Naturally Morocco can arrange a variety of transport options.

Internal Distances

Morocco is too big to explore thoroughly on a short holiday and travelling may be slow due to local roads, e.g. winding mountainous roads (see table of Distances or map of Approximate Travel Times).