Casablanca to Tangier Day Trip by High-Speed Train

Casablanca, Atlantic Coast (20)


Casablanca to Tangier Day Trip by High-Speed Train If you're looking for a day trip that will take you from Casablanca to Tangier in just a few hours, look no further than the high-speed train! This train service is perfect for travelers who want to get from A to B quickly and easily, and it's also a great way to see some of Morocco's beautiful countryside. When you board the train, you'll be able to enjoy views of the cityscape as you head towards Tangier. Once you arrive in Tangier, you'll be able to explore the city on your own or take advantage of the many attractions and activities available there. If you're looking for a day trip that will be both fun and informative, the high-speed train is the perfect option!


Tour Duration: 600 min

Casablanca to Tangier Day Trip by High-Speed Train

You will be touring the city of Tangier and its surroundings in the northern part of Morocco. Visit Kasbah district next to the port, old Medina with its craftsmanship shops, magnificent Minaret, cape Spartel and Hercules caves.

What's included

Below are items that the provider has stated are included with Casablanca to Tangier Day Trip by High-Speed Train at no additional cost

  • Professional local guide
  • Return High Speed Train Ticket (Boraq)
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Hotel / Train Station pick-up and drop-off (Casablanca & Tangier)
  • Tangier Sightseeing Tour

What's NOT included

Below are items that the tour provider of Casablanca to Tangier Day Trip by High-Speed Train has stated that may cost an additional fee if desired.

  • Food and drinks
  • Monuments Entry Fees

Points Of Interest

  • 45 minutes: This recently refurbished museum is housed in the former sultan's palace of Dar El Makhzen. The focus is on the history of the area from prehistoric times to the 19th century.
  • 45 minutes: The medina, the top attraction of Tangier, is a labyrinth of alleyways both commercial and residential. It's contained by the walls of a 15th-century Portuguese fortress, although most buildings are actually relatively young for a Moroccan medina.
  • 45 minutes: Officially named Place Souq Ad Dakhil, this was once the most notorious crossroads of Tangier, the site of drug deals and all forms of prostitution. Today the facades are freshly painted, tourists abound and it’s a wonderful square for people-watching over a mint tea.
  • 45 minutes: The Grand Socco (official name Place du 9 Avril 1947) is the romantic entrance to the medina, a large, sloping, palm-ringed plaza with a central fountain that stands before the keyhole gate Bab Fass. Once a major market, its cobblestone circle is now the end of the line for taxis, the point at which the modern streets narrow into the past.
  • 45 minutes: This museum, in an elegant five-storey mansion, is a must-see: Morocco was the first country to recognise the fledgling United States, in 1777, and this was the first piece of American real estate abroad, as well as the only US National Historic Landmark on foreign soil.
  • 45 minutes: This modest tomb is purported to be the last resting place of Ibn Battuta, who was born in Tangier in 1304 and became the greatest traveller of the period – outpacing Marco Polo at an easy clip. A scholar and judge, Ibn Battuta travelled across North Africa through the Middle East and then onto Russia, Central Asia and China, returning via Sri Lanka and East Africa.
  • 45 minutes: Cape Spartel is a promontory in Morocco about 1,000 feet above sea level at the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar, 12 km West of Tangier. Below the cape are the Caves of Hercules.
  • 45 minutes: Caverns where Hercules allegedly rested during his labors, with an opening in the shape of Africa.

Additional Information

  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Face masks provided for travellers
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Gear/equipment sanitised between use
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Temperature checks for travellers upon arrival
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms