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Or sail from Algeciras to Tangier Med Port & take a bus or taxi to Tangier town.

FRS are the only ferry company still sailing to Tangier's original ferry terminal in Tangier Town itself.  All the other ferry companies now sail from Algeciras ferry terminal to Tangier Med Port, some 52 km outside Tangier.  The one advantage of using a conventional ship to Tangier Med Port is that there is lots of outside deck from which to appreciate this classic crossing of the Straits of Gibraltar.

There's no need to book in advance for any of these ferries, just turn up and buy your ticket from one of the many ferry company ticket offices at the entrance to the passenger terminal.  Then go inside the terminal and upstairs to the check-in windows.  There are a range of departures throughout the day, operated by a variety of ferry companies.  You can choose either a leisurely ship taking 1h30 or a fast ferry taking 50 minutes.   You can check sailing times & prices and buy tickets for multiple operators using the Direct Ferries website , or you can check each ferry operator separately at www.comarit.es (ships), www.trasmediterranea.es (fast ferry & ships),  www.balearia.com (fast ferry & ships) or www.aml.ma (ships).

The fast ferries run by Trasmediterranea & Nautas are more modern & quicker, but you'll  be sealed-in except for a windy observation deck at the rear which may or may not be open.  The conventional ships are older and slower, but their open decks allow you to enjoy the crossing and take photographs in the open air.  Whichever ferry company you choose, the ferry sails out of Algeciras harbour in a wide arc to starboard with the Rock of Gibraltar to port, then sails across the Straits of Gibraltar into Tangier Med ferry terminal, a new and efficient concrete-and-oil-tanks port 52 km east of Tangier town.  It's a scenic crossing, and you can see for yourself just how narrow the Straits of Gibraltar between Europe and Africa really are, between the two famous Pillars of Hercules !

Whichever ferry company you choose, it can help to know that at some point during the crossing you'll need to fill out a white landing card and have it stamped by a passport officer on board.  The passport officer may set up shop in a lounge or he may have a small office on board.  It's easy to miss announcements about this, and wonder what's happening, so forewarned is forearmed!  Also be aware that the ferries regularly run late by an hour or two, so don't plan any tight connections in Tangier, you won't make them!

When you arrive at Tangier Med Port, you walk off the ferry and board a free transfer bus which shuttles foot passengers down the road and up the hill to the modern ferry terminal building marked Gare Maritime .  You enter the building and pass through passport control and a brief X-ray customs check into the main hall.  To get some Moroccan dirhams, there are two ATMs to your immediate left as you enter the main hall.  There are toilets in the far left corner.  You exit the terminal onto the forecourt to find taxis and buses to Tangier town.  Tangier Med Port railway station is directly underneath the ferry terminal building, but trains are not running at the moment.

Option 1, transfer from Tanger Med Port to Tangier town by frequent Alsa bus.

Bus LI3 run by Alsa links Tanger Med Port with Tangier railway station on downtown Tangier every 10 minutes, see www.alsa.ma/tanger/lignes and click on LI3.  It costs around 25 dirhams, about €2.50.  The bus leaves from the Gare Maritime forecourt and takes around 60 minutes.

Can I stop off on the way?

Of course.  The London-Paris Eurostar, the Paris-Barcelona TGV, the Barcelona-Madrid AVE & Madrid-Algeciras train are all ticketed separately, so feel free to book each of them on whatever dates you like, spending however long you like between trains Paris or Barcelona.

I'd also consider a stopover at Figueres for the amazing Salvador Dali museum .  Dali's home at Port Lligat is just a bus or taxi ride away on the coast, also a museum and well worth visiting.

The trains from Madrid to Algeciras stop at Cordoba and Ronda on the way, both wonderful places to visit.   Left luggage facilities at stations .

Why not stop off in Granada?

You can travel from London to Barcelona to Granada as shown on the UK to Spain by train page .  See the famous Alhambra Palace, then catch one of the several daily regional trains from Granada to Algeciras, just use www.raileurope.com (easy to use, in €, £ or $, small booking fee) or www.renfe.com ( see advice on using Renfe.com , no fee) or www.petrabax.com (in US$, small mark-up).

Or in Gibraltar?

What's the journey like .

1. London to Paris by Eurostar

Eurostar trains link London & Paris in 2h20, travelling at up to 300 km/h (186 mph).  There are two bar cars, power sockets at all seats and free WiFi.  Standard Premier and Business Premier fares include a light meal with wine (or breakfast, on departures before 11:00).  There's a 30-minute minimum check-in as all border formalities are carried out before you board the train.  More about Eurostar & check-in procedure .  St Pancras station guide .  Paris Gare du Nord station guide .  How to change trains & stations in Paris by metro or taxi .

2. Paris to Barcelona by TGV Duplex   See TGV Duplex video guide

The Paris to Barcelona TGV Duplex is an impressive 320 km/h (199 mph) double-deck high-speed train.  You board the train through a wide sliding external door into a small hall at one end of the lower deck, where an internal door opens into a lower deck seating area.  A wide, short & easy flight of stairs leads from the entrance door to a landing at one end of the upper deck.  You walk along the train from car to car at the upper level, and the café-bar is also at the upper level.  There are toilets both upstairs & downstairs.  If you have problems with stairs or very heavy luggage, the lower deck might be best.  But for the best views, definitely choose an upper deck seat.  For couples in 1st class, an upper deck club duo table-for-two is the nicest option.  More pictures & an account of what to see on the Paris to Barcelona journey .

TGV Duplex at Paris Gare de Lyon. These 320 km/h double-deck trains link Paris with Barcelona.  Watch TGV Duplex video .

One of the highest peaks in the mighty Pyrenees, the 2,784m (9,137 feet) Mt Canigou dominates the skyline on the right of the train all the way from Perpignan to Girona.  More pictures & an account of what to see on the Paris to Barcelona journey .

3. Barcelona to Madrid by AVE

These superb AVE high speed trains are amongst the classiest in Europe, with Standard (2nd) class & Comfort (1st) class, cafe-bar serving beer, wine, tea, coffee, snacks and some hot dishes.  The train has power sockets at all seats & free WiFi.  If you pay the Premium fare you get access to the Sala Club lounge in Barcelona , and a meal with wine served at your seat.  More about Renfe's fares & classes .

A type S103 AVE at Madrid Atocha .  See virtual tour

Scenery from the high-speed AVE between Barcelona & Madrid.  Courtesy of DiscoverByRail.com .

Madrid Atocha station :   One of my favourite stations, the old trainshed has been preserved and turned into a tropical garden, see Madrid Atocha station guide .

4. Madrid to Algeciras by Intercity train

The Intercity train has standard & comfort class and a cafe-bar.  It travels over the standard-gauge high-speed line from Madrid to Antequera at up to 200 km/h (125 mph), then passes slowly through a gauge-changing shed which adjusts the wheels to Iberian broad gauge (5' 6").  The train continues on the classic line through great scenery to Ronda and Algeciras.

An Intercity train (formerly branded Altaria ), about to leave Madrid Atocha for Algeciras.

Andalusian scenery seen from the train to Algeciras.  The rail line to Algeciras is one of my favourite routes, especially the last part from Antequera southwards, a scenic treat.  Watch the video .

5. Tarifa to Tangier Town by FRS ferry with free bus from Algeciras

The FRS fast ferry seen at her berth at Tangier Town.  The ferry terminal and town are out of shot to the left.

Crossing the Straits of Gibraltar .   One of the world's iconic ferry journeys and an inter-continental one at that, between the Pillars of Hercules from the coast of Europe to the shores of Africa.

Tangier .   Taken from the observation deck at the stern of the FRS ferry.  The flying saucer on the left is the ferry terminal building.  The arrow indicates the recommended Continental Hotel , 5 minutes walk away. 

Or Algeciras to Tangier Med Port by ferry, taxi or bus to Tangier

The train from Tangier Med Port to Tangier Ville should be up and running.   Above left, the 17:30 from Tangier Med Port to Tangier Ville is just a locomotive and two comfortable air-conditioned carriages, connecting with the overnight couchette train to Marrakech, see the information here .  The station is easy to find, it's located directly below the ferry terminal building, integrated with it.  The trains aren't (yet) very frequent, but there are always taxis available as an alternative.  Photos courtesy of Andrew Leo .

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A lo-cost high-speed Avlo train leaves Madrid Atocha at 06:15 and arrives Barcelona Sants at 08:45. 

This 320 km/h (199 mph) double-deck high-speed train has a café-bar, power sockets at all seats & free WiFi.  Book an upper deck seat for the best views as the train rolls past colonies of flamingos on the étangs in southern France, then speeds along the scenic Rhone Valley towards Paris.

How much does it cost?

The cost is the sum of the fares for each train & the ferry.

London to Paris by Eurostar starts at £52 one-way or £78 return in standard class, £97 one-way, £168 return standard premier (1st class).

Paris to Barcelona by TGV starts at €39 each way in 2nd class or €59 in 1st class.  More details here .

Barcelona to Madrid by AVE starts at €29 in standard class or €58 in comfort class (1st class).

Madrid to Barcelona by Avlo starts at €7.

Madrid to Algeciras by Intercity train starts at €25 in standard class or €38 in comfort class.

Tarifa to Tangier starts at €18 each way with FRS, with free transfer bus to/from Algeciras.

How to buy tickets

Buy tickets for each of the trains at www.raileurope.com or www.thetrainline.com .

Both sites connect to the British, French & Spanish rail ticketing systems so you can buy all your tickets together in one place, easily in plain English, in €, £ or $, overseas credit cards no problem.  There's a small booking fee.  You can book a one-way or round trip in either direction.  About Raileurope .  About Thetrainline .

When do bookings open?

Bookings for Eurostar open up to 6 months ahead, sometimes more.  The Paris-Barcelona TGVs open up to 4 months ahead, I recommend waiting until you can confirm times & prices for (at least) the Paris-Barcelona TGV before committing to a non-refundable Eurostar ticket.

Spanish AVE trains open 60 days ahead, but it varies as Renfe releases dates in blocks pretty much when it feels like it.  By all means book London-Barcelona as soon as bookings open and wait to book the Madrid-Barcelona-Algeciras part of the journey later.

Step 2 , now book from Barcelona to Madrid & Madrid to Algeciras and add these to your basket.  Check out and pay for all your tickets as one transaction.

Step 3 , buy a ferry ticket from Algeciras or Tarifa to Tangier.  Tickets for the ferry can easily be bought at the ferry terminal when you get to Algeciras as there are regular ferries and always places available, but you can sort out your ticket before you go if you like.  The easiest way to check sailing times and prices for all ferry operators on the Spain-Tangier route is using the Direct Ferries website .  Alternatively, assuming you're going to use the FRS fast ferry from Tarifa you can of course book online direct with FRS at www.frs.es .  You make the booking between Tarifa & Tangier, their free Algeciras-Tarifa transfer bus cannot be pre-booked.

You can also make this journey using an Interrail pass, this option is explained below .  But it isn't usually any cheaper unless you're under 28, and is more hassle to arrange than simply buying regular tickets online.  However, a pass does give more flexibility than inflexible cheap advance-purchase tickets.

How to buy tickets by phone

It's better to book online, as you avoid phone booking fees and can see for yourself which trains have the cheaper fares.  But to buy tickets from London to Algeciras by phone, see a list of phone numbers for train travel agencies .

Let Tailor Made Rail or Byway arrange it as a package

Yes, there are now two tour firms which offer holidays to Morocco from the UK by train not plane, the most hassle-free way to arrange such a journey, with trains, hotels & stopovers all sorted for you.

Tailor Made Rail's suggested tour package from London to Marrakech by train is at www.tailormaderail.com/itinerary/moroccan-discovery .  This can be customised your own requirements, one-way or round trip, with any stopovers you want.  They welcome complex itineraries!  As it's a package, they'll take care of you if anything happens on one part of the trip, for example, a national strike.  They're TTA-protected - like ATOL, but not only for agencies that sell air travel.

Call their dedicated seat61 phone line 020 3778 1461 and quote seat 61 when booking.  From outside the UK call +44 20 3778 1461.  Lines open 09:00-17:30 Monday-Friday.

Byway ( Byway.travel ) is a new UK-based eco-holiday firm with a 5-star TrustPilot rating .  If you're nervous about booking trains all the way to Morocco travel yourself, they'll book a London-Morocco holiday for you as a package, including overnight hotels.  Byway includes package protection, a 100% Covid refund guarantee, free disruption & re-planning and on-demand WhatsApp support while you're away.

Simply email them or use this Byway/Seat61 contact form .  Please say you heard about them from Seat 61.

How to make this journey with an Interrail pass

If you simply want to travel to and from Morocco, forget railpasses, just buy regular advance-purchase tickets as explained above , a railpass is unlikely to save any money over these especially once you add the passholder reservation fees.

However, if you are under 28 the youth Interrail pass may be almost as cheap as advance tickets even with the reservation fees included and better value as it gives flexibility.

Even if you are 28 or over, a pass may still be worthwhile if you have to travel at short notice when the cheapest regular fares are sold out, or if you want to make other side trips on the way or simply want to pay extra for the flexibility a pass gives compared to train-specific, no-refunds, no-changes advance-purchase tickets bought several months ahead.  Here's how to use a railpass for this journey:

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Video :  Tangier to Madrid by ferry & train

See for yourself how straightforward, comfortable and scenic a Morocco to Europe journey can be by train & ferry.  The video shows a journey on the FRS fast ferry from Tangier to Tarifa and the train ride from Algeciras to Madrid.

Other routes & options

(1)  london to morocco by gnv or grimaldi lines ferry barcelona to tangier.

This is an attractive alternative to the route via Algeciras.  Indeed, with a day exploring Barcelona then a cruise to Tangier, it's a holiday in itself.  However, it's not daily and not necessarily cheap, given the cost of the cruise ferry.  Grandi Navi Veloci operate superb regular cruise ferries from Barcelona to Tangier up to 3 times a week, with Grimaldi Lines also running a cruise ferry once a week.

London ► Morocco via ferry from Barcelona

Morocco ► london via ferry to barcelona, on board a grimaldi lines ferry from barcelona to tangier med port, (2)  france to morocco by gnv ferry.

If you prefer a longer sea voyage, there are regular passenger ships from Sète in the South of France to Tangier, originally run by Comanav (Compagnie Maroccaine de Navigation), now taken over by the Italian ferry operator Grandi Navi Veloci.  See www.gnv.it for sailing dates, fares & online booking.  It's easy to get from London to Sète by train - You can check train times & buy tickets online at www.raileurope.com .  Allow several hours minimum to connect in Sète, if necessary staying overnight.

On arrival in Tangier

Tangier's continental hotel: check prices.

In Tangier, easily the most interesting, historic & atmospheric place to stay is the venerable Continental Hotel .  Whatever your budget, and it's one of my favourite places.  If you arrive by FRS fast ferry from Tarifa, you'll easily spot it on your right high up on the edge of the Medina as you walk into town - as I did, the first time I stayed there in 1984.  Opened by a British family in 1888 and used by many famous people including (allegedly) Winston Churchill and Queen Victoria's son Alfred, it's a travellers' favourite, with classic Moroccan décor and an atmosphere straight out of Agatha Christie - indeed, it's been used as a film location at various times. 

In spite of all this history, it's cheap, a single room with shower & toilet costs around 595 dirhams (£49) per night including a light breakfast, a double room with shower & toilet around 735 dirhams (£61) including breakfast.  Ask for a room on the first floor with a balcony overlooking the port and new town.  Rooms are fairly basic, only a handful have A/C, but they have clean en suite showers & toilets, the hotel is handy for the FRS ferry, superbly located inside the old medina walls a stone's throw from the old town centre, Petit Socco & Grand Socco.  The hotel now has free WiFi and 24 hour reception.  It has a good and cheap restaurant for lunch and dinner, too, although alcohol isn't served.  Rooms can now be booked online at Booking.com .  Or just turn up, they usually have rooms available.  T he address is 36, Dar Baroud (Medina), Tangier

Tip:   There' s a flight of steps straight up to the hotel, but you can see how high the hotel is in the photo below.  If you have heavy luggage you might prefer to zig-zag further into town then turn right up the sloping road to the hotel.

Things to see in Tangier

Tangier sometimes gets a bad press from travellers who are hassled by a few touts at the port, who then hurry through without seeing it and tell everyone else to do the same.  This is very short-sighted, as Tangier is the intriguing and atmospheric city where Europe meets Africa.  Indeed, fans of the film Casablanca will find it a much more plausible setting for Rick, Elsa, Captain Renault and Major Strasser than the big and unremarkable city to the south.  Tangier was an international zone from 1923 until its incorporation with Morocco in 1956, and it really was awash with spies from both sides in world war 2.  It retains an air of mystery and intrigue even today, although I've always felt very safe there.  It's a wonderful and fascinating place to spend a day or two, so make sure you include it in your itinerary.

Make sure you see the medina (old town), kasbah (fort), the Petit Socco (small square, be sure to have a coffee or mint tea here) and Grand Socco (large square), the lovely English Church, and Tangier American Legation museum (the first bit of overseas territory ever acquired by the United States).  For more about Tangier, see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangier .

Where next?  Take the train to Fez, Casablanca & Marrakech

Modern air-conditioned trains are waiting to whisk you south to the rest of Morocco, see the Train travel in Morocco page .  Rabat is the country's capital and well worth a stop; Casablanca is certainly a name to conjure with (you have to say you've been there!) but in reality it's just a large city.  Marrakech is the obvious destination, and a worthy (if touristy) one.  Why not hire a car for a few days and explore the country south of Marrakech?  Meknès & Fez are amazing places, as good or better than Marrakech with fewer tourists, so don't miss them!

Make sure you take a good guidebook.  Easily the best guidebooks for the independent traveller are Lonely Planets and Rough Guides.  Both provide an excellent level of practical information and historical background.  You won't regret buying one of these!

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Rail Map Europe is the map I recommend, covering all of Europe from Portugal in the west to Moscow & Istanbul in the east, Finland in the north to Sicily & Athens in the south.  Scenic routes & high-speed lines are highlighted.  See an extract from the map .  Buy online at www.europeanrailtimetable.eu (shipping worldwide) or at www.amazon.co.uk (UK addresses).

Hotels in Morocco

In Algeciras:   For Algeciras hotels, click here .  I recommend the Hotel Reina Cristina , which is easily the best hotel in Algeciras as well as the most historic, set in its own grounds just 10 minutes walk from either rail station or ferry passenger terminal.  For such a grande dame of a hotel, it's remarkably inexpensive.

In Tangier , the classic and wonderfully atmospheric Continental Hotel is the top choice, and inexpensive.  Ideally located for both port and old medina, and with its own restaurant too.  It can now be booked online at Booking.com .

In Marrakech , the Hotel Islane is a good mid-range choice at around €35-€45 (£26-£31) per room per night, with an excellent central location just round the corner from the Jemaa el Fnaa, the main market square.  It also has a good rooftop restaurant.  The most famous hotel in Marrakech is of course the top-notch La Mamounia Hotel , if you can (a) afford it and (b) get a room!

You can arrange hotels before booking opens for train tickets if you use a site with free cancellation such as www.booking.com .

Hotel Reina Cristina, Algeciras:  339247"> Book here

The classic Hotel Reina Cristina is easily the best place to stay in Algeciras, set in its own grounds just 10 minutes walk from both rail station and ferry terminal.

Backpacker hostels

www.hostelworld.com :  If you're on a tight budget, don't forget about backpacker hostels.  Hostelworld offers online booking of cheap private rooms or dorm beds in backpacker hostels in most cities at rock-bottom prices.

Car hire in Morocco

Hiring a car isn't the first thing you'd think of in Morocco, but the roads are relatively empty and driving is surprisingly easy.  If you've a few days to spare when you get to Marrakech I highly recommend hiring a car and driving south over the High Atlas Mountains via the absolutely incredible Tizi n Tichka Pass, perhaps the most amazing road I've ever driven.  Stay the night at the Kasbah at Tifletout (now a hotel) and visit the Gorge du Dadè s, Todra Gorge, and the remarkable mud-built town of Aï t ben Haddou.  Driving really isn't difficult, indeed the roads are far less crowded than in the UK or Europe, making it a very pleasant way to get around the countryside.  Instead of searching multiple websites to sort out your car, try this search engine which compares different hire companies' prices.

Compare 50 different car hire companies:  www.carrentals.co.uk

Travel insurance & other tips, always take out travel insurance.

You should take out travel insurance with at least £1m or preferably £5m medical cover from a reliable insurer.  It should cover trip cancellation and loss of cash & belongings up to a reasonable limit.  These days, check you're covered for covid-19-related issues, and use an insurer whose cover isn't invalidated by well-meant but excessive Foreign Office travel advice against non-essential travel. An annual policy is usually cheapest even for just 2 or 3 trips a year, I have an annual policy with Staysure.co.uk myself.  Don't expect travel insurance to bail you out of every missed connection, see the advice on missed connections here .  Here are some suggested insurers, I get a little commission if you buy through these links, feedback always welcome.

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Get an eSIM with mobile data package

Don't rely on WiFi, download an eSIM with a European mobile data package and stay connected.  Most newer mobile phones can download a virtual SIM including iPhone 11 & later, see device compatibility list .  There's no need to buy a physical SIM card!  Maya.net is a reliable eSIM data retailer with a 4.5 out of 5 Trustpilot rating and a range of packages including unlimited data .

Get a Curve card for foreign travel

Most banks give you a poor exchange rate then add a foreign transaction fee on top.  A Curve MasterCard means no foreign transaction fees and gives you the mid-market exchange rate, at least up to a certain limit, £500 per month as I write this.  The money you spend on your Curve card goes straight onto one of your existing debit or credit cards.  And you can get a Curve card for free.

How it works:   1. Download the Curve app for iPhone or Android .  2. Enter your details & they'll send you a Curve MasterCard - they send to the UK and most European addresses.  3. Link your existing credit & debit cards to the app, you can link up to two cards with the free version of Curve, I link my normal debit card and my normal credit card.  4. Now use the Curve MasterCard to buy things online or in person or take cash from ATMs, exactly like a normal MasterCard. Curve does the currency conversion and puts the balance in your own currency onto whichever debit or credit card is currently selected in the Curve app.  You can even change your mind about which card it goes onto, within 14 days of the transaction.

I have a Curve Blue card myself, it means I can buy a coffee on a foreign station on a card without being stung by fees and lousy exchange rates, just by tapping the Curve card on their card reader.  The money goes through Curve to my normal debit card and is taken directly from my account (in fact I have the Curve card set up as payment card on Apple Pay on my iPhone, so can double-click my phone, let it do Face ID then tap the reader with the phone - even easier than getting a card out).  I get a little commission if you sign up to Curve, but I recommend it here because I think it's great.  See details, download the app and get a Curve card , they'll give you £5 cashback through that link.

Get a VPN for safe browsing.  Why you need a VPN

When travelling you may use free public WiFi which is often insecure.  A VPN encrypts your connection so it's always secure, even on unsecured WiFi.  It also means you can select the geographic location of the IP address you browse with, to get around geoblocking which a surprising number of websites apply.  See VPNs & why you need one explained .  ExpressVPN is a best buy with a 4.7 out of 5 Trustpilot ranking which I use myself - I've signed up as an ExpressVPN affiliate, and if you go with expressvpn.com using this link you should see a special deal, 3 months free with an annual subscription.  I also get some commission to help support this site.

Carry an Anker powerbank

Tickets, reservations, hotel bookings and Interrail or Eurail passes are often now held on your mobile phone.  You daren't let it run out of power, and you can't always rely on the phone's internal battery or on being near a power outlet.  I always carry an Anker powerbank which can recharge my phone several times over.  Buy from Amazon.co.uk or Buy from Amazon.com .

Touring cities?  Use hill walking shoes!

One of the best things I've done is swap my normal shoes for hill-walking shoes, in my case from Scarpa.  They're intended for hiking across the Pennines not wandering around Florence, but the support and cushioning for hiking works equally well when you're on your feet all day exploring foreign cities.  My feet used to give out first and limit my day, now the rest of me gives up before they do!

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easyJet launches six new routes to stunning destinations in Europe and beyond from UK airport

e asyJet has announced it will be launching a new base in the UK, which will see the introduction of six new routes across Europe and beyond.

Holidaymakers will be able to fly easyJet from London Southend Airport as of 2025.

Currently, easyJet has UK bases in Glasgow Airport, Edinburgh Airport, Belfast International Airport, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Manchester Airport, Birmingham Airport, Bristol Airport, London Luton Airport and London Gatwick Airport.

While easyJet planes are already flying out of London Southend Airport, a base means that three aircraft will remain there permanently.

The exciting announcement means more opportunities for Britons to go abroad.

The three new aircraft will enable easyJet to launch six new routes across Europe, Africa and Asia.

Britons can head to Gran Canaria, Spain; Pisa, Italy; Dalaman and Antalya, Turkey; Marrakech, Morocco and Enfidha, Tunisia.

Flights will commence from May 1, 2025, and Britons looking to book ahead can do so from this Friday.

Holiday packages from London Southend Airport will be available seven days a week. Britons can snap these up in the coming months.

easyJet's new routes from London Southend Airport - starting May 2025

・Gran Canaria

・Pisa, Italy

・Dalaman and Antalya, Turkey

・Marrakech, Morocco

・Enfidha, Tunisia

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Get data-powered insights and trends into flights to london to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more., what is the cheapest day to fly to london, based on kayak data, the cheapest day to fly to london is friday where tickets can be as cheap as £161. on the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is sunday, where prices are £281 on average., what is the cheapest month to fly to london, the cheapest month for flights to london is november, where tickets cost £60 on average for one-way flights. on the other hand, the most expensive months are august and may, where the average cost of tickets from morocco is £309 and £248 respectively. for return trips, the best month to travel is january with an average price of £51., what is the cheapest time of day to fly to london, the cheapest time of day to fly to london is generally in the afternoon, when flights cost £69 on average. the most expensive time of day to fly to london is generally in the morning, which is peak travel time and where the average cost of a ticket is £140., what is a good deal for flights to london, if you’re looking for cheap airfare to london, 25% of our users found tickets to london for the following prices or less: from rabat £22 one-way - £66 return, from marrakech £61 one-way - £44 return, from fez £69 one-way - £117 return., how far in advance should i book a flight to london, to get a below average price, you should book around 1 week before departure. for the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 56 days before departure., which is the cheapest airport to fly into in london, prices will differ depending on the departure airport, but generally, the cheapest airport to fly to in london is london southend airport, with an average flight price of £62., which airlines fly to london, airlines flying the most to london from morocco are easyjet, ryanair uk and royal air maroc. see the amount of flights per week for popular airlines flying to london., which airline offers the most flights to london, of the 5 airlines that fly to london, british airways offers the most flights, with around 432 per week, followed by easyjet with 333 flights per week., how many airports are there in london, there are 6 airports in london: london heathrow airport (lhr), london gatwick airport (lgw), london stansted airport (stn), london luton airport (ltn), london city airport (lcy) and london southend airport (sen). the busiest airport is london heathrow airport (lhr), with 48% of all flights arriving there., how long is the flight to london, the duration of your flight to london depends on your departure and arrival airports. obviously any flights that include a layover will also be longer. the most popular routes to london on kayak are from casablanca , which takes 3h 05m, marrakech , which takes 3h 45m, rabat , which takes 5h 15m, and tangier , which takes 6h 35m., how many direct flights to london are there each day, there are around 122 direct flights from within morocco to london every day. most flights depart in the morning, with 06:00 the most common departure time and 55% of flights departing in the morning., how many direct flights to london are there each week, each week there are around 853 direct flights from within morocco to london. the most common day for departures is thursday, with 16% of flights taking off on this day., how many long-haul flights are there to london each week, there are not any long-haul (6-12 hour flight duration) or medium-haul (3-6 hour flight duration) flights to london. instead, there are 99 short-haul flights (up to 3 hour flight duration), with the most arriving from marrakech., how many cities have direct flights to london, from morocco, there are direct flights to london from 8 cities. the city with the most direct flights is marrakech, with 51 direct flights each week., good to know - cheap tickets from morocco to london, faqs - booking london flights, which london airport is closest to central london.

Out of the 6 airports in London, London City is the nearest to the city center (8 miles). You'll travel 14 miles to reach the center of London if you land in London Heathrow Airport, 24 miles if you land in London Gatwick Airport, and 28 miles if you arrive in London Luton Airport.

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The flight was delayed for over 1 hour. The boarding process is appalling making you wait for 30 minutes in the passage leading to the outside door without any seats.

Well Is extra charge for everything and other companies include that and the price.

Not great! Rude staff in London and the worse baggage reclaim I’ve ever seen. Great staff in flight but doubt I’ll fly with them again

You booked my 7 year old son to sit on his own without his mum and dad in s separate row between two unfriendly adult strangers. The plane was disgusting and dirty, aisles and everywhere sticky. The lounge waiting area was filthy carpet and had insufficient seats so we had to sit on it to wait for 35 minutes and my 7 year old sone played on this filthy lounge carpet. The outside of the plane appeared clean. The pilot was helpful with the route and what to expect weather etc.

Comfort isn’t a word one uses on economy airlines! Boarding was okay, delayed but okay, the flight was good, quick and time was made up.

The seat leg room seemed much tighter on the way home My cheese toasty wasn’t that hot - didn’t realise till half eaten

With stairs on a rainy tarmac, EasyJet flights are ok for younger travelers with backpack only. Seniors with mobility issues find it challenging 😰. However, the crew and disability assistance folks at both ends eased that discomfort as much as possible for their various roles. Kudos to airport and EasyJet employees for their kind service.

The flight boarded a little late but made up the time in flight - much appreciated. The staff were efficient and fairly friendly One of the toilets wasn’t working - having only one functioning toilet for a flight of hundreds isn’t really acceptable. I still find it amazing that the budget airlines can’t even offer free tap water to passengers.

Plane out was great, one back was cramped. Awful. Thankfully great crew!

Nothing flight was on time, and we boarded and disembarked easily

The flight departed and arrived on time. A member of the staff at the gate was awful. She asked me to get the duty free purchases out of the hand luggage to see if it would fit inside their box, which it did. It was the embarrassment in front of the other passengers and the hassle of getting my stuff out of the bag and back in again that was totally unnecessary. They try to squeeze every single euro they can get out of their passengers. The seats were uncomfortable with little space in between them. The flight was quite noisy with lots of announcements trying to sell food, drinks, gifts and souvenirs etc.

Good, everything went straight forward and on time, I am satisfied

Perfect timing, perfect departure, lovely crew on the ground and in the air.

Good flight. Take off a little late but make up the time

Everything’s went straight forward, no issues, good service and friendly crew

Left on time and arrived on time both ways, thank you

The flight was 45 mins delayed but the crew provided water and necessities like tissues

Cheap flights as you expect with Ryanair. I would take cheaper flights over entertainment and comfort for short haul travel. Main issue is usually delays at airports. In this case we landed roughly 2hr30 later than planned due to earlier delays with the plane. Not the worst I imagine

We each paid for 10kg checked in luggage. Flying out there were no issues sharing one case (20kg). Not so coming back. Additional £48 charge and unable to provide an explanation of why it was ok on one journey but not the other, or indeed what material difference it makes between 2x10kg cases vs 1x20kg case. Scam, and appalling from Ryanair.

Easy process and good flight experience The food good be better

Babies, crying, movies and sound doesn’t working overpacked and delayed flight

Pretty good flights! If they can let y u s know regarding delays by announcing it in the PA system it would be a good business practice!

While I had a business class ticket I wasn’t given priority to boar. Again my luggage had priority tags and these bags didn’t come out till the end!! The food at the lounge was only two type of sandwiches and warm juices and soft drinks I thought I’m paying for good services but the least u can say it’s mediocre at best. I’m considering not to use TAM AGAIN.

The service was terrible. We weren’t allowed to take water on the flight and the drinks were offered only at the end of the meal. When we used the button to call the flight attendants, they never showed up and when my daughter’s drink was spilled due to turbulences, she asked for something to clean her pants at least 4 times and eventually they gave her a tissue. The flight attendants were rude and overall the flight was terrible!

Good but your male staff should be more appreciative of customers. After all you are making a lot of monies from Nigerians.

Really was disappointed in flying in business class starting from lounge which was the worst lounge every Flight almost 6 hours flight the airplane is sooooooo old not comfortable at all food was awful no tv seats was uncomfortable can’t even charge your phone to play any entertainment

I spent 4 hours untill get my bags no food no entertainment on the flight

Old planes that are not being maintained with at least basic cleaning. Plane smells awful, bathrooms not cleaned either. Very uncomfortable chair. Customer service probably one of the worst I have experienced. The AC dis not work, kept us on the plane for over an hour with no water and air condition

Old planes that are not being maintained with at least basic cleaning. Plane smells awful, bathrooms not cleaned either. Customer service probably one of the worst I have experienced.

Bad service in la RAM from beginning to end. The crew ladies are impolite and rude and insensitive to passengers requests. I do not recommend traveling with Royal Air Maroc (La RAM) - worst service.

We bought tickets for £30 from kayak but we paid £55 for check in to rayan , they slaught us

Flight was delayed so long we missed our second flight. Entire trip had to be cancelled. Ryanair refused to help us.

Stanton airport is outdated, pure equiped, airport. Fire alarms, power outages is a common routine, wich result ir flights delay , additional money spending and huge gathering of people in airport wich is unsafe.

After you made us check-in I tried to add a suitcase in the internet and also to get help by chet. Nothing work and we pay 60 pounds at Airport. Comper to Easyjet to do the same, was easy and customer friendly.

Boarding was like being hoarded like cattle, all penned in in an area way to small

I missed the flight from Manchester to Dublin because of poor informations from Aer Lingus and the airport, no possibility to check in online, they don't respond to phone calls, I had to buy another tickets to enable me travel to Dublin from Manchester. I want my money to refund.

Rude check in staff. Split family up with young children.

I were there 20min before departure and they didn’t let me on the board with 5 other people, after all they admitted it was their(Ryanair) fault.

Were delayed in the airport for 5 hours with no explanation. Flight kept getting delayed by an hour at a time and wizz air staff were no where to be found

The flight was delayed 5 hours and I'm and invalid,I wan a refund for this

The cabin crew on that flight were super fantastic and super helpful. They were so polite and considerate that i felt i travelled with a 5star airline.

Delayed delayed delayed - always with Wizzair. Staff were friendly and well mannered but clearly the company is unorganized and the aircrafts are outdated.

It's a budget airline. Great for short flight. Smooth landing.

4 hr delay and only told less than 2hrs before. Only given water and nuts on the flight as complimentary service. Left to wait in rain before boarding.

To be honest I did not like anything. Communication to why my flight was cancelled mid air 2 and half hours into my flight. Customer service desk were not helpful with providing information or a solution on what can be done.

I have been treated unacceptably by WizzAir aircraft crew in a previous flight, they threatened me and abused me, and I received an OFFICIAL written apology, but only two (2) months later. This flight had no such unacceptable behaviour, but it's not nice to be left waiting in the walkway (from gate to aircraft) for a long time, just so that the 'boarding' appears to be early, even if actual departure is not.

What I liked new airplane Sitting was extremely uncomfortable! Crew not smiley at all Always chewing gum

The flight was cancelled just 4 hours before the take off...

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    Compare cheap London Stansted to Morocco flight deals from over 1,000 providers. Then choose the cheapest plane tickets or fastest journeys. Flight tickets to Morocco start from £13 one-way. Flex your dates to secure the best fares for your London Stansted to Morocco ticket. If your travel dates are flexible, use Skyscanner's "Whole month ...

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    Morocco plans to launch a tender this summer to build a floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in the northeastern Nador West Med port, the energy ministry's head of oil and gas said on Friday.

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