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Flights to Morocco

A diverse country with plenty to offer its visitors, check out flights to Morocco and look forward to touching down in North Africa. Whether it’s the vibrant culture, ancient medinas or breath-taking landscape, there’s a myriad of reasons to get yourself to this fascinating country.

It is possible to fly to Morocco in under four hours from the UK, with a range of airports offering direct services. Popular places to head to include cities such as Marrakech, Rabat, Casablanca and Agadir, all offering rich experiences for travellers.

Marrakech is at first glance all bustling chaos, but once you get to grips with the seething mass of people and begin exploring the souks and side streets the rewards can be great. Delve among the myriad of sellers to find some wonderful items such as carpets, jewellery and fabrics, and be sure to visit the night markets that keep the streets buoyant every evening when food and song abound.

Economy class flights to Morocco departing from London

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Rabat Casablanca
Marrakesh Agadir

Capital Rabat is somewhat quieter but no less interesting, offering up a rich heritage to its backdrop as a port city. With stunning architecture that complements a cosmopolitan nature, Rabat’s medina is relatively quiet and the locals are of a slightly more relaxed predisposition that allows you to explore in greater peace.

A little to the south you'll find Casablanca, Morocco’s economic epicentre and a cultural hotspot, while much further down the coast lies Agadir. This sun-drenched port city doubles as a beach resort and holds plenty of appeal for holidaymakers thanks to the prevalence of readily-available amenities.

Whether it’s the pull of the intriguing cities, attractive coastline, or captivating mountains and desert, Morocco has a little something for everyone.