Plane, train, car, coach, motorbike - it couldn't be easier. Marrakesh is well served by all modes of transport and a new motorway from Tangier in the north, connects it via Rabat and Cassablanca. Motorbike and car parking space can be arranged if requested in advance for a daily charge.

Airlines

A wide selection of airlines have regular flights to Marrakesh / Morocco.

National airlines

Air France Iberia KLM
British Airways Lufthansa Royal Air Maroc

Budget airlines

Air Arabia Air Berlin Air Méditerranée ClickAir Condor Corendon EasyJet EuroCiel Fly Thomas Cook Helvetic Jetair Lauda LTU RyanAir ThomsonFly Transavia Transavia France TUIfly FlyBMI XL Airways Fly TAP Binter Canarias Edelweiss Air Norwegian Air Iberia Regional

Train

For those who wish to avoid flying it is possible to travel to Marrakesh from any part of Europe. It is 48 hours from London by sleeper train. Once you cross from Spain the journey starts in Tangier. Morocco has a well managed and reliable railway system and a brand new station in Marrakesh. It takes under 10 minutes by taxi to the riad from the new station.

If arriving by train I will arrange for you to be met at the train station by my agent for a small additional fee which includes the taxi fare who will take you for the final stretch of your journey.

The best train travel information for British travellers can be found at The Man in Seat 61 website. Comprehensive local train and timetable information is available from the Office National des Chemins de Fer du Maroc (National Office for Railways of Morocco). This information is in French. Additional travel information (in English) can be found at Marrakech-CityGuide.com.

Car hire

Hire cars are readily available at Marrakech Menara Airport. Avis and Hertz both have offices, and there are also budget operators like carrentals.co.uk and carhire.co.uk.

Getting to Riad Najmati

My advice is to be met at the airport by my agent who will take you by taxi as close as possible to the riad. From there it is no more than a 5 minute walk.

The medina is a labarythine network of passages, alleys, and narrow paths that no vehicles can use. Trying to find the riad by yourself, especially on your own on your first visit to Marrakesh is not recommended.

I will arrange for you to be met at the airport for a small additional fee which includes the taxi fare.

Travel advice

If you haven't travelled to Morocco before, I recommend that you familiarise yourself with local customs and conditions before you travel. Travel advice can be obtained from The Foreign & Commonwealth Office, The Moroccan Embassy, Go Africa and World Travel Guide.