Morocco Train Travel to Casablanca


Morocco Train Travel to Casablanca : Casablanca is located on the Atlantic coast of Morocco and is one of the busiest cities in the country. It was immortalized in the film of the same name by Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman and is an important shopping center and an important tourist attraction. The main attractions include the Hassan II Mosque (one of the largest in the world), the picturesque old medina and the seafront promenade known as the Corniche.

Morocco benefits from an affordable, reliable and safe rail system operated by the national operator ONCF. One of the easiest ways to get to Casablanca is by train. Morocco’s busiest international airport, Mohammed V International Airport (CMN), is also located in Casablanca. Many visitors arriving at the airport travel by train to cities such as Fez, Marrakech and Tangier. To do this, you must go to Casablanca Voyageurs, the city’s main station. To get from the airport to the train station, take a local train or hire a taxi.

Buy your Morocco Train tickets Travel to Casablanca

Train tickets can be purchased in advance on the ONCF website, which is now available in English, French and Arabic. If you are having payment problems, you should ask a travel agent or local tour operator to book tickets on your behalf. Alternatively, it is usually possible to purchase tickets in person at the station on the day you wish to travel. Trains run frequently and are rarely full. However, if you want to travel during rush hour, it may be best to visit the station a day or two in advance to reserve your spot.
The busiest days coincide with Moroccan national holidays such as Eid al-Fitr (the festival that marks the end of Ramadan) and the Islamic New Year. These data change from year to year.

 

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First class or second class?

Trains in Morocco are divided into compartments. The first class compartments have six seats, while the second class compartments have eight seats. The price difference between the two classes is generally minimal. The main advantage of booking a first class ticket is that you are allocated a specific seat. This means you can be the first in line to reserve a window seat (a great way to see the beautiful Moroccan landscape) or a catwalk (if you prefer extra legroom and easy access to the bathroom) .
Second class seats are allocated based on availability.

Morocco Train Schedules from and to Casablanca

From Casablanca Voyageurs, you can take a train to destinations throughout Morocco. The following tables provide details on some of the most popular routes. Please note that these times are subject to change without notice. Therefore, it is always best to look up the current times when you arrive in Morocco. Your hotel or guide should be able to advise you. or you can consult the timetables on the ONCF website. However, the following schedules serve as a useful guide.

NOTE: some schedules may vary in June and during Ramadan if additional trains added to the schedule to accommodate travelers on vacation.

 

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