Visas are not generally required for stays of up to 90 days.
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Transport reform has encouraged the explosion of visitor numbers to Morocco, and the government’s ‘open skies’ policy has allowed the European budget airlines into the country.
There are numerous ferry services from Europe, a more romantic and lower carbon option than flying, crossing to Africa and connecting Morocco to the European rail network.
Flights, tours and rail tickets can be booked online at www.lonelyplanet.com/bookings.
Transport in Morocco is reasonably priced, and mostly quick and efficient.
Train Reasonably priced, with good coverage and frequent departures between the major cities, but no lines in the south or along the Mediterranean coast.
Car Somewhat expensive but useful for travelling at your own pace or for visiting regions with minimal public transport. Cars can be hired in every town or city, although navigating the big cities can be stressful.
Bus Cheaper and slower than trains, ranging from modern coaches to rickety local affairs. Useful for destinations not serviced by trains.
Taxi Mercedes ‘grands taxis’ run set routes between nearby towns and cities. Cheap but cramped.
Air Royal Air Maroc offers internal flights.