Opened in 1923, the Casa-Voyageurs Railway Station is a principal station of Casablanca (along with the Casa-Port station), serving suburban as well as long-distance trains around Morocco. It is set right in the center of the city, in the Belvedere neighborhood. The station is a focal point for several major Moroccan rail lines, boasts 8 platforms, and services high-speed Al-Boraq and intercity Al Bidaoui trains. What is more, Casa-Voyageurs station is the terminus for the high-speed line from Casablanca to Tangier, as well as operates trains to such popular Moroccan destinations as Fes, Rabat, Marrakech, and Khouribga.
What to Know About Casa-Voyageurs Railway Station
How to get to Casa-Voyageurs train station?
Conveniently, this major railway hub is connected with Line 1 of Casablanca Tramway, and a tram stops near the entrance of the building. Other options are to take a M'dina bus or to travel to Casa-Voyageurs by taxi.
Is Wi-Fi available at the station?
Yes, Wi-Fi is free for all visitors throughout the station, as well as a wide choice of in-house facilities to entertain the travelers who have some time to kill before departure.
Does Casa-Voyageurs Railway Station houses left luggage office?
Yes, there is Casa-Voyageurs left luggage office at the station, you are welcome to take advantage of it in exchange for a small fee.