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Taxi in Fes

Great prices for your Fes taxi


Hand picked & english speaking drivers


Same price as a regular Taxi from the line


Drivers are always on time


24/7 Email & Phone support

Fast and reliable taxi in Fes

Fes earned the title “cultural capital of Morocco” for a very good reason. This ancient city is filled with history, incredible architecture, artworks and food. Inside the medieval walled Medina, you will be transported back in time to an old-world, filled with Marinid architecture, incredibly ornate souks and vibrant markets. To see all this historical city has to offer, we recommend using a Fes taxi to get around the busy streets. You can easily hail a taxi in Fes in the street, call for a pickup or book your rides in advance for a more personalised experience.


Hand picked & english speaking drivers


Same price as a regular Taxi from the line


Drivers are always on time


24/7 Email & Phone support

How much does a taxi cost?

Taxi prices
Day time
(05:00 - 24:00)
Night time
(00:00 - 05:00)
11 €
11 €
25 MIN
3 €
3 €
12 MIN
2.50 €
2.50 €
10 MIN

What’s the Fes taxi price?

There is no official Fes taxi price sheet available for taking either the petit taxi or the grand taxi – the two available cab services. The petit taxis are used for short journeys around the city and are usually shared taxis, meaning your driver will pick other people up along the way. These taxis are usually cheaper than taking a grand taxi in Fes. The cost of your petit taxi in Fes shouldn’t be more than €3 (MAD 25) if you’re staying within the city centre.

Grand taxis are private and are used for longer journeys, usually outside of the city centre. Approximate costs to nearby places when using a grand taxi are as follows:
Meknes – €30 (MAD 310)
Rabat – €90 (MAD 950)
Casablanca – €130 (MAD 1,400)
Marrakesh – €240 (MAD 2,500)

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How to get a taxi in Fes

There are two different types of taxi in Fes; petit and grand. Both of these taxis can be found driving around the streets but are used for different types of journeys. The petit taxis are shared taxis and can be hailed in the street for short, quick journeys. Taking a grand taxi in Fes is usually reserved for longer journeys as these taxis are the only ones permitted to leave the city limits. 

Usually, you can easily walk to a taxi rank or hail a Fes taxi in the street. However, if you’re in the Medina, you won’t be able to find any taxis in the streets as they can’t fit down many of the narrow roads. In this case, it’s recommended that you either call a phone dispatch number or book your rides in advance with a pre-determined pickup point. For a phone dispatch taxi in Fes, you can call one of the following numbers:

Fouad Taxi Service: +212 (661) 634 950
Fez Luxury Service: +212 (666) 901 040
Station de Petit Taxi: +212 (666) 620 033

Why book your Fes taxi with Welcome Pickups

Whether you’re looking to take a grand taxi or a petit taxi in Fes, you will most likely end up sharing your ride with strangers and have to haggle for your fare. To avoid this uncomfortable way of travelling, you can pre-book your rides in Fes with a trusted company such as Welcome Pickups. All of our transfers are fully personalised and our friendly English-speaking drivers ensure an on-time pickup every time. We also offer competitive set prices that you can pay in advance, taking the stress out of your travel plans while in Morocco.

Fes taxi tips

  1. Be sure to agree on the Fes taxi price before getting in the taxi to avoid being overcharged.
  2. To secure a grand taxi in Fes, you will need to pay for all 6 available seats.
  3. Fes taxi drivers only accept cash payments in the local currency, so be sure to keep cash with you.
  4. Tipping a petit taxi in Fes isn’t common, but you can round up your fare for long journeys in a grand taxi if you wish.

Wheelchair-accessible taxi in Fes

Wheelchair-accessible taxis in Fes are not common. The standard Fes taxi drivers don’t have the training or equipment to be able to securely transport a wheelchair user. If you’re looking for a fully wheelchair-accessible vehicle that comes with a ramp or hydraulic lift, you will need to pre-book this before landing in Morocco through a specialised tour operator or travel agency.

Fes taxi safety and complaints

Taxis in Fes are significantly old, hot and overpriced for tourists. Most Fes taxis don’t have working air conditioning and the drivers rarely speak English, leading to miscommunications and incorrect destinations. As the drivers also pick up other passengers along your route, taking a local taxi in Fes isn’t the safest option either. If you’re looking for a safe, secure and comfortable way to travel in a taxi in Fes, we highly recommend pre-booking your private trips with a trustworthy company such as Welcome Pickups.

Frequently asked questions

What currency can I use to pay for my taxi in Fes?

The local taxis in Fes only accept cash payments. You can pay your driver in the local currency of Moroccan Dirham (MAD).

How do I call a taxi in Fes?

There are a few taxi stands and private taxi companies in Fes that you can call for a pickup. The better-rated Fes taxi providers you can phone are; Fouad Taxi Service at +212 (661) 634 950, Fez Luxury Service at +212 (666) 901 040 and Station de Petit Taxi at +212 (666) 620 033.

How do Fes taxi drivers calculate their fares?

Your driver will decide on your fare based on your exact destination. The cost of your taxi in Fes may also increase if you’re travelling at night. The average Fes taxi price for taking a taxi around the city centre will be €3 (MAD 25) during the day, in a shared ‘petit’ taxi.

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