HOW TO COME TO RABAT
You have two airports serving Rabat: Rabat-Salé and Mohammed V (Casablanca).
Flying towards Casablanca may be more convenient. In this case, you should not use air connection to reach Rabat, but rather the train service (about 1 hour and a half).
AIRPORT TRANSFER – RABAT VILLE
From Casablanca Airport to Rabat Ville Train Station
TRAIN : about 80 MAD (approx. 8 euros)
Every hour from 4 a.m. to 9 p.m. with a connection in Casa Port station or Casa Voyageurs station around 1:50/2:30 depending on the train schedules
From Rabat-Salé Airport to Rabat Ville Train Station
TAXI: 150 to 200 MAD
Visa For Music Office : +212664396977
The Royal Air Maroc offers the main cities of Europe, Middle-East and numerous African capital cities.
A lot of other international companies also serve the city of Rabat such as : AIGLE AZUR – AIR ALGERIE – AIR ARABIA MAROC – AIR FRANCE – AIR MALTA – AIR SENEGAL INT – ALITALIA – ANDALUS LINEAS AEREAS – AUSTRIAN AIRLINES – BROTANNIA.AB – BURAQ AIR – CLICKAIR – CONDOR FLUGDIENST – EASY JET – EDELWEISS AIR AG – EGYPTAIR – EMIRATES – EUROPEAN AIR TRANSPORT – GESTAIR EXECUTIVE – IBERIA – ITTIHAD AIRWAYS – JETAIRFLY(EX TUI AIRLINES BELGIUM) – KUWAIT AIRWAYS – LIBYAN ARAB AIRLINES – LUFTHANSA – LUXAIR – MAURITANIA AIRWAYS – MIDDLE EAST AIRLINES – MY WAY – NET JETS TRANSPORTES AERERS SA – PRIVILEGE – QATAR AIRWAYS COMPANY – ROYAL AIR MAROC – RYAN AIR – SAUDI ARABIAN AIRLINES – SWIFTAIR S.A – THOMAS COOK AIRLINES U.K – THOMSONFLY – TRANSAVIA.COM – TRANSPORTES AEROS PORTUG. – TRISTAIR AIR – TUNIS AIR – TURKISH AIRLINES – VIZ.
Beautiful year-round weather on the Atlantic coast, an exceptionally rich history, all make
Rabat-Salé a first choice tourist destination.
Its coastline extends about 60 kilometers and consists of a succession of beautiful beaches, both rocky and find sand. The countryside offers an ecological diversity ideal for hiking.
Its unique cultural and historical legacy reflects the diverse heritage which shaped the Two Shoresof the Bouregreg, throughout the centuries.
For further information on the city of Rabat :
The official site of the tourism office of Rabat
The site of the National Moroccan Office of Tourism
The official site of the Town Hall of Rabat