The most common way for international visitors to enter Morocco is by air, and air travel in Morocco is also a good option if you are in a hurry to get somewhere. If you are planning to fly there are several airports in Morocco that will be able to serve your needs. Both local and international Moroccan airports operate throughout the country. All of Morocco's airports are under the care of ...
- Train Stations
ONCF is the national rail service in Morocco with a total of 669,637 passenger cars serving 1,893 kilometers of track. ONCF provides over 9,767 thousand people with jobs and has thousands of passengers using its services every year. Every two hours there is a train leaving one of the many stations in Morocco providing passengers with reasonably good rail service.
- Train Stations
Casablanca is an important port city in Morocco and one of the largest in the country. It is also home to the Royal Moroccan Navy and its rail history started in the year 1907 when the French tried to construct a railway near the city’s port. Today the Casablanca Voyageurs or Casa Voyageurs train station is a vital part of the Casablanca’s transport network.
- Train Stations
When arriving at the Mohamed V International Airport, travelers will be able to board a train that will transport them directly to Rabat or to Casablanca. Trains leave the airport at hourly intervals and a ticket from the airport to the Rabat Ville Train Station will cost travelers in the region of 80 dirhams (Price subject to change). Travelers should be attentive when requesting a ticket ...
The Ambassador for the U.S. Embassy in Morocco is Thomas T. Riley. He accepted his position in 2004 and is dedicated to maintaining and improving the lengthy relationship between Morocco and the United States of America. His position as Ambassador oversees many aspects of the United States Embassy, such as services to the public, political matters and dealing with the media. The U.S. ...
The United Kingdom has long enjoyed good travel relations with hundreds of countries around the world. Oftentimes this dates back to the time when Britain was a massive world power that enjoyed the luxuries of having a large number of colonies across the globe. While today virtually every country enjoys a strong sense of independence, many former British colonies have maintained good travel ...
There are only certain economic sectors that still remain within the hands of the Moroccan Government. Most of Morocco’s fairly stable economy is based on the principle of ‘supply and demand’ and the country thus enjoys a liberal economy.
Morocco radio broadcasts are quite diverse and you can be sure that you will be able to enjoy at least one radio station in a language that you understand. The majority of radio stations are based in either Casablanca or Tangier. If you have access to a short-wave radio you will also be able to […]
Make your mark on the golf courses of Morocco. A fine selection of courses will keep you busy for weeks. Check the list below for the course that suits you best.
- Area Guide
The sea provides a large amount of income for Morocco, whether through tourism, fishing or shipping. Many colorful cities are based on the coast and you can easily make your way down to the docks to share some maritime stories with the locals. You could also take up windsurfing or simply have a refreshing swim in the sea.