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Shared taxis (ageing Peugeots or covered pick-ups, known as bâchés) and minibuses cover major towns and outlying communities not served by the large buses. They leave at all hours of the day, but only when full, so long waits may be required.
The country's large, relatively modern buses are around the same price and are significantly more comfortable than bush taxis or minibuses.
The romantically named Bélier and Gazelle trains link Abidjan with Ferkessédougou (CFA12,000, daily).
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