Where should I go from Marrakech to Casablanca?
Casablanca or Marrakech: what travelers say Visitors generally recommend Marrakech over Casablanca for its vibe, colors and smells, history, and tourist-friendly atmosphere (despite some hassles). Casablanca is often described as an unfriendly concrete jungle that is not so tourist-friendly and offers limited interest.
Is there public transportation in Morocco?
Once there, getting around Morocco on public transport is generally easy, with a rail network linking the main towns of the north, the coast and Marrakesh, and plenty of buses and collective taxis. Renting a car can open up routes that are time-consuming or difficult on local transport.
How many days do you need in Casablanca?
Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city but with three days, there’s time to cover the highlights and explore further afield. To maximize time, opt for tours that combine multiple sights or day trips that visit two cities in one day.
Is it safe to drive from Casablanca to Marrakech?
The main roads connecting the major cities (like the Autoroute connecting Casablanca to Marrakech) is a modern and well-maintained expressway, and is safe to travel at night. The traffic on the toll roads also tends to be very quiet at night time.
Is Fez better than Marrakech?
It’s also home to some of Morocco’s biggest highlights, such as the bustling Djemma el Fna. In comparison, Fes sees fewer visitors and is thought to offer a more authentic experience. The lack of cars in the medina makes it seem less chaotic and so the city is a great choice for a more relaxed getaway.
How do Moroccans get around?
Getting around this compact country is pretty straightforward, thanks to a far-reaching network of public transport. Rail, bus, and collective — or grands — taxis pretty much cover most of the country, with larger transit-vans and Berber trucks covering the more inaccessible areas.
Is there Uber in Morocco?
Re: Uber in Morocco? Uber is unfortunately not allowed in Morocco, it caused a lot of issues for the taxis who at a certain point started harassing any Uber driver, and in the same time they made protestations.
Is 2 days in Marrakech enough?
Visitors should plan to spend at least 2-3 days in Marrakech in order see the major highlights of the city, and to fully enjoy the experience. Sure, some people will recommend longer. Some people will say just spend a day in Marrakech, and then get out of there as soon as you can!