Direct flights from London to Oujda are unavailable. Therefore, you will need to take your flight from London to Oujda indirectly, making at least one stopover. Your flight will depart from London City, Gatwick and Heathrow depending on your airline provider. Most flights stopover in Casablanca, including Royal Air Maroc, flying from Heathrow. British Airways offer some routes via Brussels and KLM via Amsterdam. Your flight will take at least seven hours, it can take up to 25 hours long depending on the stopover. Be sure to check online to find your cheap flight London - Oujda. All London airports are easily accessible via train, taxi and bus, Heathrow is also conveniently connected to the London Underground. Your flight will land in Oujda Angads Airport which is located about a 30 minute drive from the north of the ancient city of Oujda. It's also around two hours to the south of Saidia, a new seaside resort overlooking the Mediterranean. Both towns are close to the Algerian border.
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Oujda hosts an intact traditional market overflowing with the products of local craftsmen and women. Entry can be gained through one of two ancient decorative gates. The Medina is the perfect place to pick up some souvenirs or gifts for people back home.2 The Mosque and the Koranic School
These buildings, which date from the 13th and 14th centuries respectively, are considered to be the architectural jewels of the city centre. They are located in the Medina and are well worth taking the time to visit.3 Dar Sebti cultural centre
This building is a palace dating from the 1930s that has been converted into a cultural centre dedicated to celebrating Arabo-Andalusian music. Locally this is referred to as Gharnatian music, it is a melancholy blend of Spanish and North African styles. At certain times you will be able to see traditional Lalaoui dancing and singing.4 Ras El Ma beach
For many, the point in coming to Morocco is to get some sun. Ras El Ma beach is sheltered from the wind and lined with eucalyptus trees making it the perfect place for families to go to relax. You'll also be able to see local fishermen bringing in their catch.5 The Figuig Oasis
Lying to the south east of Saidia, the Figuig oasis is a place of outstanding natural beauty. It is situated on the edge of the desert allowing intrepid holidaymakers to imagine what it would be like to be Lawrence of Arabia.