Transfer Marrakesh-Casablanca Airport / City or return

Peterbringsyoueverywhere brings you to Casablanca in a car with driver
Casablanca Hassan II Mosque

Casablanca Airport transfer from Marrakesh or return

Number of people is 1-4 per car, SUV or VAN

To Casablanca AIR PORT

€ 150,= (per car; fuel, toll road rates are included)

To Casablanca City Center

€ 165,= (per car; fuel, toll road rates are included)

Number of people is 5-8 per car, Van 

To Casablanca AIR PORT

€ 150,= (per car; fuel, toll road rates are included)

To Casablanca City Center

€ 165,= (per car; fuel, toll road rates are included)

About This Trip

Duration:   2,5 Hours

Location:   Marrakech - Casablanca

Schedule: 24 Hours a day pickup from your hotel


  • Single-trip transport in Private Car & Driver to Casablanca Airport from Marrakesh
  • Including WiFi and water
  • Including waiting time at the airport
  • All transport by climate-controlled, luxury and comfortable vehicles
  • We are very punctual and drive in new cars.
  • High quality service
  • Convenient choice for 1-8 adults 
  • Pickup and drop-off from / at your hotel

What You Can Expect

Pickup and drop-off from your hotel in Marrakesh.

From there you'll travel about 2,5 hours to Casablanca Airport.

We also offer you water and WiFi.

All our prices are fixed prices and do not have 'hidden' costs. 

We are open to other times and places, just let us know.


We speak English, German, Dutch, French and Polish



Wir sprechen Englisch, Deutsch, Niederländisch, Französisch und Polnisch 


Wij spreken Engels, Duits, Nederlands, Frans en Pools


Something about Casablanca

The population of Greater Casablanca is estimated at more than 4.2 million. The population of the city is about 12% of the total population of Morocco. In 1515, the Portuguese rebuilt the city under the name "Casa Branca". The Portuguese remained until 1755 when they left the city after an earthquake.


It was rebuilt by Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah as Dar el-Beida. The Spaniards were given the right to set up a trade center and gave it its current name. Casablanca became the most important trading city in the country and the most important place for European establishment.


In January 1943 the Casablanca conference took place in Casablanca about the end of the Second World War.

The Greater Casablanca region is seen as the locomotive of the development of the Moroccan economy; 30% of the Moroccan banking sector is located in Casablanca. For decades Casablanca has grown into a larger world city.


The activities of the ports of Casablanca and Mohammedia share 55% of Moroccan international trade. 48% of passenger traffic in Morocco is through Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport.