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Major cities and airports in Morocco

  1. Casablanca – Mohammed V International Airport
  2. Marrakesh – Marrakesh Menara Airport
  3. Rabat – Rabat-Salé Airport
  4. Fez – Fes-Saïss Airport
  5. Agadir – Agadir-Al Massira Airport
  6. Tangier – Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport
  7. Oujda – Angads Airport
  8. Nador – Nador International Airport

Time and Communication in Morocco

Morocco operates on Western European Time (GMT+1) and does not observe daylight saving time. The country has extensive mobile coverage, with major providers including Maroc Telecom, Orange, and Inwi. The call quality is generally good, and 4G services are available in major cities and towns.

Money and shopping in Morocco

The official currency of Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD). As of the time of writing, 1 MAD is equivalent to about 0.11 USD. Morocco does not commonly accept other currencies for payment. Payment by bank cards is becoming more common in urban areas, but cash is still preferred, especially in rural areas and souks. Visa and MasterCard are the most commonly accepted cards. Currency exchange offices, available in all major cities, typically operate from 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM.

Transportation in Morocco

Public transportation in Morocco includes buses, trains, taxis, and trams. Buses and trains offer extensive coverage across the country. In the cities, taxis and trams are a common mode of transport. For long-distance travel, trains and coaches are reliable and comfortable options.

Touristic attractions in Morocco

  • Marrakech Medina: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Medina in Marrakech is a vibrant and colorful market offering a wide range of goods.
  • Hassan II Mosque: Located in Casablanca, this is the largest mosque in Africa and the 3rd largest in the world, with a minaret that stands as the tallest in the world.
  • Chefchaouen: Known as the Blue Pearl, this town is famous for its blue-painted streets and buildings.
  • Merzouga: This small village is the gateway to the Erg Chebbi desert dunes, the largest in Morocco.
  • Atlas Mountains: A great spot for hiking, trekking, and nature lovers, with stunning landscapes and Berber villages.
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