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Saunter out of the airport in Marrakech and step into your pre-booked airport transfer ready to relax.
Ordering an airport transfer from Marrakech Menara Airport (RAK) to your accommodation is the most convenient way to travel once you’ve landed in this exotic Moroccan city. You’ll be able to choose between cost-effective shuttle services, private vehicles, coaches, minibuses and, if you want to start your holiday in style, limousines.
Menara Airport isn’t far from the centre of Marrakech itself, and the journey in a private transfer will take around 20 minutes by road. You could get a public taxi from the airport, but why not save your energy and haggling skills for the souks? Instead, compare prices at home before you set off so you know exactly what you’ll pay and can budget for it. Then you can land, sidestep the taxi queue and step into your vehicle confident you’ll get from A to B with minimal fuss.
If you’re on a budget, look for shuttles or coaches. You’ll travel with other passengers but keep the costs down. You may be tempted to get a public bus to save money, but consider the convenience of being dropped outside your hotel rather than navigating through the mazy streets of Marrakech’s ancient old town with all of your suitcases. The extra expense might be worth it for the time and energy you’ll save.
If you’re travelling in a group, consider a minibus to get from A to B – if you get a vehicle to match your party size, the price per head can work out to be cheaper than you think. A private car might suit you better if you’re travelling as a couple; there is usually a range of vehicles to pick from depending on how much you want to spend.
To see all of your options in one place, use TravelSupermarket’s hassle-free comparison tool, looking out for the factors that are important to you. Then you can use the time you’d spend scratching your head trying to work out public transport systems exploring the city’s souks and squares – or simply to relax in a hammam.
Currency: Moroccan Dirham
Capital city: Rabat
Key phrase to learn: Min ayn anta? (Where are you from?)
Time difference: Morocco is 1 hour behind the UK
Average flight time: 3 hours and 40 minutes (Marrakech)
International phone code: +212
Emergency services number: 19
Public holidays: New Year’s Day (January 1), Proclamation of Independence (January 11), Labour Day (May 1), Eid Sghir (End of Ramadan), Enthronement (July 30), Qued Ed-Dahab Day (August 14), Revolution Day (August 20), Youth day (August 21), Eid al-Adha (10th day of the month of Dhul Hijja), Faith Murharram (First day in the first month of the lunar Islamic calendar), Green March Day (November 6), Independence Day (November 18), Eid al Mawled (either 12th-17th day of the Islamic month of Rabi' al-awwal)
Link to FCO travel advice: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
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