Morocco: Where Old Meets New
Morocco is a regal, magical country in Northeast Africa. It has gorgeous coastline on both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Whether you're interested in history, cultural exploration, or relaxation, you can use the Internet to discover the country and create your ideal vacation.
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In this section you'll find advice for booking your flight, along with innovative flight search tools. Use the fun, fast features we've found to enhance your travel-planning process. This section of the guide helps you book travel to Morocco by air, land, or sea.
- Flights to Morocco fill up early, so book your flight at least two months in advance to ensure getting a seat, particularly if you are traveling during the December holidays.
- Flying through Europe can be a good way to keep travel costs down. Search for flights through London, Paris, Amsterdam, or Madrid using the Web sites and search engines listed below.
- Booking flights through more than one carrier is another good money-saver, particularly if you are willing to fly through Europe. Use search engines like Orbitz and Travelocity to search multiple carriers simultaneously.
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- As the country becomes an increasingly popular destination for tourists from the United States, more and more airlines offer direct flights to Morocco, including flights into Casablanca, Tangier, Agadir, and Marrakesh. Major carriers that offer flights to Morocco include Continental, American, and United. Morocco's airline, Royal Air Maroc, offers nonstop flights to major cities in Morocco from U.S. cities including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Atlanta.
For air travel ...
Royal Air Maroc
, the official airline of Morocco, has nonstop flights to Moroccan cities from a few major U.S. locations. To read the site in English, click on "langue" at the top of the screen. A dropdown bar will let you choose "Francaise" or "Anglaise" (English).
offers many nonstop flights to Casablanca every day from major U.S. cities, including New York, Chicago, Atlanta, and Los Angeles.
also offers many direct flights to Casablanca and other major cities in Morocco. Like the Web sites for most major air carriers, this Web site is easy to navigate.
's Web site is straightforward and easy to use, and although the number of flights Delta offers is limited, flexible travelers can often find good deals. Flights are available from the United States to several locations in Morocco, including Rabat, Agadir, and Tangier.
has a comprehensive, user-friendly Web site and offers many flights daily from U.S. cities, such as Atlanta, Boston, and Chicago, to Casablanca and Agadir in Morocco.
For travel from Europe ...
, a Spanish airline, offers several flights daily to Casablanca from Madrid and Barcelona. Because Spain is so close to Morocco, traveling through a Spanish city can be especially convenient and economical.
offers many flights daily from multiple locations in France, including Paris, Nice, and Montpellier, to Morocco. In addition to Casablanca, travelers can fly into Marrakesh, Agadir, or Rabat.
offers flights to Morocco from Berlin, and many other European cities. The airline offers flights to major Moroccan cities from Brussels, Copenhagen, and Budapest, among others.
To travel by land or sea ...
allows you to book ferry transportation to Morocco. Ferries depart multiple times daily from three different ports in Spain: Algeciras, Almería, and Tarifa. You can also browse hotel options provided by the site, which offer competitive rates to hotels throughout the country. Click your destination city to see what accommodations are available.
The Man in Seat Sixty-One
provides useful links on getting to Morocco by land or by sea. Links include ferry and train companies that operate out of various countries in Europe.
is a booking site that offers ferries from the Moroccan cities of Tangier and Assilah to Tarifa and Algeciras in Spain, as well as to Gibraltar.
allows travelers to search for and book train tickets from London to Morocco.
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