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4 night Morocco visit

Boise, ID
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4 night Morocco visit

I'm flying into Casablanca on November 16, landing not until 530pm. I think I'll stay one night in Casa (though I'd rather continue to my real destination, it will have been already a long day of travel from Tel Aviv and the outbound flights from Casa were limited by later that evening).

On Nov 20 my outbound flight (to Lisbon) leaves at 1030.

My question is, should I spend those next 3 nights in marrakech, or Fes?

And in either case, what method would be best to get me back to Casa in plenty of time for my flight?

Many thanks, wise denizens of this forum :-)

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1. Re: 4 night Morocco visit

You can go by train - www.oncf.ma

and for where to go - you can throw dice - both cities are interesting and both you can reach by train.

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2. Re: 4 night Morocco visit


You really only have two days to play with as your last night should probably also be in Casablanca as you should be at the airport two hours before your departure on the 20th. Push yourself to take a late evening train to either Marrakech or Fes straight from Casablanca when you arrive (I'd say Marrakech of course ;-) so you can make the most of two full days rather than waste time travelling.

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