Fez's shiny train station is in the Ville Nouvelle, a 10-minute walk northwest of Place Florence. There's an ATM, some phone shops for SIM cards and a couple of snack shops and cafes with wi-fi. There's no official …
Regional buses leave Meknes from this big station just beyond the medina's western Bab El Khemis. There is a spot for left luggage, and some snack stands. These buses can be less reliable than the CTM departures.
Hamid is a reliable, responsible and flexible driver who speaks good English and will happily skip handicraft shopping if you're not interested. He's available for airport pickups and day and multi-day tours.
This is the main CTM station, in the Ville Nouvelle. A few buses also leave from the Gare Routière (what CTM calls Fes Boujloud), near the medina.
Fes-Saïss Airport is a single terminal 15km south of the city. There are two ATMs (BMCE and Banque Populaire), but few other services. There is no shop selling SIM cards.
A few CTM buses (desk 7, to the left) and all other services depart from this station outside Bab El Mahrouk. It has a left-luggage facility in the back left corner.
Bus 19 connects R'cif to Place Florence and the train station in the Ville Nouvelle. Buses 29 and 45 both run via Ave Hassan II to near the CTM bus station.
Several major city bus lines begin and end at this stop south of (downhill from) Place El Hedim. This includes city bus 15 to Moulay Idriss.
Grands taxis to destinations such as Azrou, Errachidia, Meknes and Fez depart from a lot near the central Apple Statue off Ave Hassan II.
A reliable transport and vehicle-hire company, offering services such as airport pick-ups, day trips from Fez and multi-day excursions.