If you want to make Marrakesh the next spot on your holiday hitlist, this is the place to find London to Marrakesh cheap flights. But we have more than just low fares for you – take a look at our quick guide below, to get the essential information you need to ensure your flights to Marrakesh from London go smoothly!
London Stansted Airport:
London Stansted Airport is a very busy airport, and is therefore well connected by bus, rail and car, with plenty of transport options available to you, however you’d like to get there for your London to Marrakesh flights. If you’re coming from London’s city centre, the Stansted Express train service is the most efficient way to get there. Trains depart from London Liverpool Street every 15 minutes, with a one-way fare of £17. National Express offers a coach service too, from London (and further afield), which costs £12 and takes about 1 hour 50 minutes from London Victoria.
Make sure you arrive at the airport in good time for your cheap flights from London to Marrakesh; Stansted is a busy airport and you may have to queue for a while at security.
Once you’ve checked in:
Stansted airport is a good place to wait for your cheap flights to Marrakesh from London – it’s been renovated extensively over recent years and the offering of food, drinks, shopping and seating is excellent. You’ll find whatever kind of foods take your fancy, from sushi to salads and sandwiches to steaks.
If you’re after some retail therapy, you’ll find plenty of it here too. In addition to a great duty free offering with all the top brands for cosmetics, perfume, alcohol and tobacco, there are some great clothing boutiques, jewellery shops and more.
Wi-Fi is available for free in the terminal for up to four hours, so you can stay connected while you wait to board your London to Marrakesh flights.
What to Expect on Arrival in Marrakesh:
When your flights to Marrakesh from London land, you’ll have to fill in an embarkation card before you leave the airport. These can be found just as you enter the terminal, but don’t worry you can’t miss them - or the scores of other people filling them in. Bringing a pen with you is a good idea, and the queue can be slow-moving and warm, so it’s worth picking up a bottle of water.
Getting from the airport to the city is easy, with the drive to Jemaa el Fna taking just 15-20 minutes and costing somewhere around €10 - you shouldn’t really be paying much more than 100 dhs to the square (or 300 dhs to some of the city’s newer hotels). If you’ve chosen to hire a car in Marrakesh, you will find the car rental desks in the arrivals hall.
Marrakesh is an incredible, intoxicating city that’s a pure feast for the senses. The colour of the souks; the smell of food cooking at Jemaa el Fnaa… even the rancid smell of leather drying at the tanneries; the sound of sellers and street performers; the feeling of the Moroccan sun on your face as you sip mint tea on a Marrakesh balcony. Read more about Marrakesh on Try Somewhere New.
Your flights from London to Marrakesh really will take you to a whole new world; so make sure you stay somewhere beautiful while you explore it. There’s amazing Riad and hotel accommodation available in Marrakesh, and you can book it online with Ryanair Rooms.
Five Fun Facts about Marrakesh:
Fly London to Marrakesh: Practical Information
Flight time for flights from London to Marrakesh is 3 hours and 35 minutes.
The currency used in Marrakesh is the Moroccan Dirham. It’s subject to change, but one pound is worth approximately 12-13 dirhams at the time of writing.
Don’t take photos of street performers, monkeys or snake charmers unless you are prepared to pay. If you take a photo and attempt to walk away, you will be hassled.
Getting around Marrakech is easy by bus, but even easier by taxi, and taxis are cheap.