Cheaper bus companies operate from the main bus station, about 2km to the south of the city centre – the distinctly un-Moroccan-looking minarets are a useful nearby landmark. There are services to Al Hoceima (Dh105,…
Just off Place du 16 Août, the CTM office sells tickets for its two daily buses: Casablanca (Dh210, nine hours overnight) via Taza (Dh80, 3½ hours), Fez (Dh120, five hours), Meknes (Dh130, six hours) and Rabat (Dh18…
From the CTM office there are departures to Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes, Fez, Tangier, Larache, Sidi Kacem, Al Hoceima, Chefchaouen and more. In the evening, several slightly cheaper Casablanca-bound coaches run by ot…
Oujda’s Angad Airport is 15km north of the town off the road Saïdia. Grand taxi fares are set at Dh150, but any bus to Nador, Berkane, Saïdia etc can drop you on the main road for a few dirham.
The unmissable Estación Marítima is west of the town centre. There are several daily high-speed ferries to Algeciras. Ticket offices are around the corner.
You can purchase train tickets to European destinations at the Renfe office, or at a travel agency.
Bus stop for buses to the Moroccan border. Take any bus marked 'Aforos'.
The safe and convenient Hotel Parador car park can be used by nonguests.
This agency hires cars and also organises 4WD trips and quad bikes.
Sells tickets for buses to Casablanca via Fez, Meknes and Rabat.