One of the top 5 fastest trains in the world is the Morocco’s high-speed train, with a maximum speed of 320 kilometers an hour, connecting Casablanca and Tangier in just two hours and ten minutes.
The Morocco’s high-speed train is in the top 5 of the fastest trains in the world. It is the first high-speed train in Africa, launched by the kingdom in November 2018. Its maximum speed is 320 kilometers per hour and connects Casablanca and Tangier in just two hours and ten minutes.
At the top of this ranking, the high-speed train POS, launched in 1981, considered to be the fastest French high-speed train in the world with a maximum speed of 365 kilometers per hour. It connects the cities of Paris and Lyon.
The Shinkansen, Japan’s high-speed rail network, ranks second. With a speed of 320 kilometers per hour, it connects the vast majority of cities on Honshū and Kyūshū Islands.
Next is the Spanish AVE, with a speed of 310 kilometers per hour, connecting Madrid and Barcelona in just three hours. It is the second longest high-speed network in Europe and the second in the world
South Korea’s Korea Train Express (KTX) brings up the rear of this top 5, with a top speed of 300 kilometers per hour. It links Seoul and Busan.