To avoid any inconvenience when you arrive in Morocco, make sure that you have in your possession a valid passport.
The need for a visa depends on your nationality.
For all nationalities, the maximum duration of the tourist trip is 90 days.
When planning your departure, write down the coordinates of your embassy and the consulates located in the region. You can renew your papers in case of loss and get all kinds of advice (health, safety, etc.). Generally, each diplomatic antenna has an emergency number to use only when necessary. A social service is most of the time able to help you, even in case of emergency.
The Moroccan national currency is the dirham. It is not convertible outside the borders of the Kingdom, so think about the exchange and other means of payment. There are exchange offices at airports, some hotels and most banks. The wickets will require your passport for the transaction.
Ask your bank where you can draw cash with your credit card. Banks in major Moroccan cities are mostly equipped with ATMs. Change as your needs change. The vast majority of purchases or services are settled in cash, after the usual negotiation.
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