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There are two types of taxi, the orange petite taxi's which carry up to three passengers, no seatbelts and can travel only within the city limits. They are cheap, though always agree a price beforehand or check that the meter is working, you can travel to almost anywhere within the city for less than 20 dirhams. Don't be conned into paying in Euros. It is sometimes difficult getting a taxi around 4.30pm/5pm when the shifts changes over, often a driver will refuse a destination.
The cream mercede taxi's are for travel outside the city. They travel on fixed routes, dropping passengers off and picking up new fares on the route. They don't leave until there are six passengers! Two sharing the front passenger seat and four in the back. You can purchase "extra seats" or can hire the whole taxi, though you will have to haggle over price. The main depot for taxi's is Place Assalam also referred to as Abbatoir.
Buses are plentiful and link the city centre with the suburbs and the glorious beaches North of Agadir. Buses are cheap and frequent until 8pm. Buses display their final destination on the front in Arabic and French. Have coins as the driver's don't carry much change. An average fare is 5-10 dirhams.
Agadir is not on the rail network, there is a road-train for tourists known as the petite train that travels around the tourist areas.
Agadir is flat and is quite a compact city it is easy to get around by foot.