Bus from Marseille to Rabat Bus Tickets, Route, Fare & Schedule


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Do cheap bus from Marseille to Rabat bus tickets online booking and travel Marseille to Rabat by road. What is the capital of Morocco? Many persons believe that it is Casablanca but actually Rabat is the capital. In 1912 with the starting of the French protectorate of Morocco the capital was moved from Fez to Rabat. So book bus tickets from Marseille to Rabat online now. Anyway, here is the guide how you can take bus from Marseille to Rabat:

Bus from Marseille to Rabat Bus Tickets, Routes, Schedules & Fares Tips

What is the affordable way to get from Marseille to Rabat?

The affordable way to get from Marseille to Rabat by bus. Marseille to Rabat bus fare $95 - $150 and takes 33h 20m.

Is there a nonstop bus between Rabat and Marseille?

No, there is no direct Marseille to Rabath bus. Anyway, there are services departing form Marseille and arriving at Rabat Agdal through Tanger Gare CTM. The journey, including transfers, takes about 33h 25m.

What is the travel distance of Marseille to Rabat by bus?

The travel distance of Marseille to Rabat by bus is 1477km.

How do I move from Marseille to Rabat without a personal vehicle?

The top way to get from Marseille to Rabat without a personal vehicle is by bus and train via Zaragoza which takes 27h 40m and costs $130 - $200.

Where do I take the bus Marseille to Rabat?

Cheap bus tickets from Marseille to Rabat services, run by Eurolines FT, depart from Marseille station.

Fly or bus from Marseille to Rabat?

The top way to get from Marseille to Rabat is to fly which takes 5h 20m and costs $90 - $230. Alternatively, you can Marseille to Rabat bus, which costs $100 - $140 and takes 33h 25m.

Where does the Marseille to Rabat bus arrive? 

Bus from Marseille to Rabat services, run by Eurolines FR, arrive at Rabat Agdal station.

Cheap Bus Tickets from Marseille to Rabat Tips

It is an ancient city, with the initial development starting in the twelve century. The walls around the old town went up and a fortress was constructed for protection and as a base of hit against Spain. But the expansion of the city was suddenly halted when its head died and Rabat fell into decline for many centuries.

It is also a latest capital city, with the Moroccan king picking to base the government here when the country became independent in 1956. This status increased the development and influx of wealth to Rabat and the amount of new building is visible from the moment you get off at the train station.