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From Lisbon to Morocco

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From Lisbon to Morocco

Hello!

We are two foreign students in Lisbon and we would like to visit Morocco.

Do you know which is the better way to go there from Portugal? By plane? Or travel to Spain (I don't know if there is a ferry from Portugal or where exactly should we go in Spain so as to take the ferry). Would that make sense or it is too much time consuming and too expensive? Maybe there are organized trips from Lisbon?

Any suggestions would be helpful!

Thank you in advance!

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1. Re: From Lisbon to Morocco

Overland takes too long and you would then start in the north of the country which might be some way from spots you would like to visit.

Use skyscanner.net to check for flights (TAP flies to Marrakech).

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3. Re: From Lisbon to Morocco

Thank you very much for your help!

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