Pasaport and Visa
Travellers in the European Union do not need visa to enter Morocco, although your passport must have a minimum validity of 6 months. Travellers from other countries that are not of the European Union, should consult with the Embassy or Consulate of Morocco closer to know if they need a visa.
Are recommended, in order to cover, among others, medical expenses in case of being necessary. In terms of vehicle insurance, in the case of traveling with your own car, green card is valid in Morocco and can be requested at the same insurance company. You should get informed before you begin your trip.
Is important to include in your luggage comfortable clothes and footwear, warm clothes in Winter, high protection sun cream, repellent of mosquitoes, hygiene products, kleenex and basic medicines.
The climate varies greatly depending on the area. On the coast temperatures are mild practically all year round. Inside 40 ° C can be exceeded per day in summer, while in winter there are areas in which snow can be a permanent part of the landscape. The desert is characterized by very high temperatures in summer and large difference between daytime and nighttime winter temperatures, latter being considerably low.
In order to avoid stomach or intestinal problems that do not have to be severe, although they can be annoying during a trip, it´s recommended to consume mineral bottled water, easy to find in any store or local Restaurant.
The Morocco international telephone code is (212) 00212 .
Arabic and tamazight (Berber language)Are the oficial languages spoken. French is widely used, since it is part of the educational system and is fully integrated in the life of the country(traffic signs, menus in restaurants, brouchers, even legislation). All over Morocco you can find also people who speak other languages, as Spanish or English.
The currancy in Morocco is the dirham. Currently, 1€ is equivalent to approximately 10dh. You can get dirhams in exchange offices, banks or hotels.