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You will pay a fixed rate of 120 MAD for a taxi ride to Fez. A taxi from Fez Airport to Meknes costs about 400 MAD, and fares are relatively high because of the distance. Keep in mind that a surcharge may apply in the evenings and during weekends.

The Office National des Chemins de Fer (ONCF provides train services in Fez, Morocco). The network includes multiple routes and connections to various cities throughout the country and international destinations. All trains depart from a central station located at Sais Airport. The main line runs northwards to Casablanca via Rabat and Kenitra.

Trains also run southwards to Marrakech via Beni Mellal, Taza, and Meknes. Many of these services directly connect with other major Moroccan cities such as Fez, Tangier, Agadir, and Nador.

Train travel is an economical way to get around Morocco; tickets can be purchased at ONCF booths at every station or online through their website for added convenience.

Additionally, most train stations have left-luggage facilities available for those who need them. They explore the sights of Fez on foot or by bus or taxi.

Fez Railway Station

Mainline trains into and out of Fez, Morocco, arrive and depart from the Fez Railway station. This is the major station for long-distance trains; secondary stations serve local connections.

Located on the main east-west artery in northern Morocco, Fes provides easy access to the cities of Oujda and Nador to the east, Tangier to the north, and Rabat, Casablanca, and Marrakech to the west via a connection in Meknes.

The electrification of the mainline network in Morocco has begun. The western terminus of the eastward electrified rails is mainline Fes. Diesel locomotives are used for trains traveling to and from Taourirt, Oujda, and Nador. In contrast, electric locomotives are used for trains traveling to and from Fes and Tangier in the west.

Four trains depart Nador for Fes and four trains departing Oujda for Fes. Couchette tickets are offered on all-night trains, and one of the daily trains to/from Oujda is a so-called hotel train that offers solely couchette spaces. The trip from Fes to Nador takes around 6 hours, and that to Oujda takes around 5.5 hours.

The busiest long-distance Het traject runs from Fez to Meknes to Rabat and on to Casablanca, with 18 trains per day, eight of which continue to Marrakech. It takes about 8.5 hours to get to the Marrakech train station.