In Morocco, people tend to use a lot of cash. The places where you can pay by credit card are less numerous than in France or the United States, and the minimum amount for payment by card, is often higher than that existing in France. Nevertheless, many city-based vendors accept most cards.
220 Volts. It is therefore not necessary to bring an adapter or a transformer.
UTC + 1. Morocco switches to summer time and winter time at the same period as in France, i.e. the last Sunday of March in summer and the last Sunday of October in winter.
Shops are generally open from 9:00 to 20:00 on weekdays, until 16:00 on Saturdays and until 20:00. However they are closed on Sundays and public holidays.
Post offices are open from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 6 pm and Saturday from 8 am to 12 pm, except in railway stations in big cities and at airports where they stay open longer and sometimes even on Sundays.
To call Morocco from France: 00 + 212 (country code) + city code (Rabat: 537, Casablanca: 522, Marrakech: 351, Tangier: 69, Agadir: 341, Laayoune: 89) + number of the correspondent .
Good coverage on the whole territory. Always check with your operator the accessibility of your line before leaving.
Dirhams – MAD – DHS – visit online converter.
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