Oasis Station is an urban station in Casablanca. L'Oasis is a very posh neighbourhood, but aside from its very interesting Jewish Museum (the only one in the Maghreb), there's not much to see around here other than luxury homes. The station is modern, and the staff all speak French, and some speak a little bit of English, too. You have to pass through here to get to the Mohammed V airport, which will take 20 minutes, and cost you 40 DH. You can also get to Marrakesh for 8 euros in two hours, or go in the opposite direction, towards the capital and the north. I like traveling by train in Morocco, as it's clean, fast, and secure. It also has an air conditioning system that's better than the old buses. The station has some amenities including a tobacconist's in front, and a post office inside.
This was the starting point of many of my Moroccan adventures. Traveling by train in a country like Morocco still retains the charm that this mode of transport used to have in Europe. Trains are an ideal way to travel around the country: they are clean, relatively cheap and comfortable. It is also a good opportunity to meet the local people and interesting foreigners (and also for romantic liaisons!).