Azrou Orientation, Arrival and Transport

Arriving in Azrou, you will immediately notice the massive outcrop of rock marking its southern boundary – the town takes its name from this rock (Azrou means rock in Berber). Adjoining this landmark is the Place Mohammed V, the main square of the town, where the restaurants, hotels and banks are concentrated. The bus station and taxi stands lie to the north of the square.

Transport to Azrou

Azrou stands at a major junction of routes – one axis heads northeast to southwest from Fez to Marrakech and the other northwest to Meknes and southeast to Errachidia.

By Grand Taxi

The grand taxi lot is north of the central Place Mohammed V square, down a stepped path from the bus station. There are regular runs to Fez, Meknes, Khenifra, Ifrane and Midelt. For Ain Leuh, the grand taxi station is at beginning of the main road to Khenifra.

By Bus

The bus station is just north of Place Mohammed V, used by both private companies and CTM services.

CTM offers daily departures to Beni Mellal, Casablanca, Fez, Meknes and Marrakech. Others companies offer frequent daily departures to Fez, Meknes, Ifrane, Midelt and Errachidia.