Kenitra: Arrival, Orientation and Transport

Orientation in Kenitra couldn’t be easier. The town has two main streets: Avenue Mohammed V, which runs from east to west, and Avenue Mohammed Diouri, running from north to south. About three blocks from these two arteries is Place Administrative, the central square where most cafes, restaurants and banks are concentrated.

Arrival in Kenitra

By Bus

The bus station in Kenitra is situated on Avenue John Kennedy, off the eastern end of Avenue Mohammed V.

Buses depart to Souk el Arba du Rharb, Larache, Chefchaouen, Tangier and Tetouan.

By Grand Taxi

The grand taxi lot is near the bus station at the end of Avenue Mohammed V. There are regular services running to Rabat, Casablanca, Fez, Meknes and Marrakech.

By Train

There are two train station: Kenitra station, more central, at the end of Avenue Mohammed Diouri, and Kenitra Medina (or Kenitra Ville), near the bus station.

Kenitra is on the main west-coast railway line, with regular departures to Rabat, Casablanca, Fez and Meknes and less frequent ones to Tangier and Asilah.