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Flights to Morocco

A feast for the senses

Flights to Marrakech from

£38

7 night holidays from

£322

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From markets lined with vibrant spices to the sound of worshippers called to morning prayers, Morocco overflows with sensory adventures. You can spend mornings trekking across sandy desert followed by long lunches enjoying fragrant tagines, and escape from the afternoon sun into greenery-filled riads.

Fly to Morocco with British Airways and indulge all five of your senses. Marrakech is a good place to start. It’s most famous for its souks, a sprawling labyrinth of winding alleyways fringed by overflowing stalls. In the nearby Jemaa el-Fna, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the centre of the city’s old town, street entertainers, musicians and food stalls delight the crowds. When you’re ready to swap the bustle of the Medina for something a little more tranquil, take a day trip out to the Atlas Mountains. You can hike through the Dades Valley or admire the Ouzoud Waterfalls when you book your holiday to Morocco today.

Morocco flight FAQs

How long is a flight to Morocco?

It takes roughly three hours and 30 minutes to fly from London to Marrakech.

Which airports does British Airways fly to Morocco from?

We fly to Morocco from London Gatwick and London Heathrow.

What’s the cheapest month to fly to Morocco?

Use our low fare finder to discover the cheapest time to visit Morocco. Prices tend to drop during the colder months and rise in the spring as temperatures heat up. The weather generally stays warm during daylight hours throughout the year, so you can still comfortably explore in winter.

When’s the best time to visit Morocco?

Early spring and autumn are excellent times to visit Morocco as the weather is pleasant, without the intense warmth of the summer. If you’re happy with the heat, the cities are often quieter in the warmest months of the year as visitors opt for the coast instead.

Is Morocco cheap to visit?

Your trip to Morocco can easily suit your budget. It’s a really affordable destination for backpackers, with lots of low-cost hostels on offer. You can also flex your haggling skills at the markets for food and souvenirs. Or, if you’ve got a bit more to spend, there are plenty of luxury options, from city escapes to overnight stays in the desert

Is it easy to get around Morocco?

You can take a train between Morocco’s biggest cities, and there are taxis and buses to get you around metropolitan areas and towns. Choose taxis with meters to avoid being overcharged. Renting a car is also a good way to see more of Morocco – you can drive from Marrakech to popular beach resort Agadir in a little over three hours.

Why visit Morocco?

You can explore ancient cities, sail across the Sahara Desert in a hot air balloon and barter for beautiful handmade pottery on a trip to Morocco. There’s unforgettable natural beauty to see, delicious dishes to enjoy – along with a steaming cup of mint tea – and a Mediterranean coastline popular with surfers. Everywhere you go, expect bright colours, from an entire village made up of walls washed with blue to the streets of Marrakech, nicknamed the Red City.

Why fly British Airways to Morocco?

With outstanding service starting the minute you book, you can choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price including a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. On board our planes, you’ll find HEPA-filtered air, quality catering and a warm, uniquely British welcome.

Sit back, relax and let us take care of you every step of the way.

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Your flight time from London to South Africa is roughly 11 hours - just over for Cape Town and just under for Johannesburg. You can also fly to Port Elizabeth in 14 hou

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Marrakech: Highlights

  • Enjoy a cup of mint tea, an old Morocco tradition, while watching the world go by in one of Marrakech’s cafés.
  • Get pampered at a local hammam.
  • Pick up gifts and a little something to remember your trip by in one of the many souks in Marrakech.

Morocco Travel Essentials

Flight time

3 hours 30 mins

Time zone

GMT+1

Currency

Moroccan Dirham

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