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Morocco Travel Guide

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Want to learn more about Morocco? Read our in-depth articles on a variety of topics.


Customs of the Country

Moroccans are known to be polite, friendly, and curious about visitors to their country. However, Morocco is a very hierarchical society, so...


Top Reasons to Go to Morocco

Exotic Cities: Sultry Marrakesh, market-filled Fez, historic Rabat. History: Ancient ruins, mosques, and Berber villages invite discovery...


FAQs About Morocco

What currency does Morocco use? How can I exchange money? The Moroccan currency is the dirham, denoted by DH or MAD. There are 100 centimes...



Within and between the sexes, the two-cheek air kiss is customary when greeting and saying good-bye and is likely the closest thing to a public...



With the exception of the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca and the Tin Mal Mosque in the High Atlas, non-Muslims may not enter mosques. Except...


Doing Business

Business appointments aren't usually scheduled more than a week in advance and should be reconfirmed by phone the day before. Schedules are...


Out on the Town

If you're invited to someone's home, do not enter until invited to do so. In more traditional homes you’ll be expected to leave your shoes at...


Books and Movies About Morocco

One of the best ways to get into the travel spirit for any country is to read a book or watch a film set there. Here are some mood-setting...


Morocco Today

Politics Following the fall of regimes in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, and Yemen, and major unrest in neighboring Algeria, the world’s gaze shifted...


Top Morocco Experiences

Trek the mountains of the High Atlas. For spectacular vistas and fresh air, the High Atlas is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle...


Top Morocco Attractions

Ben Youssef Medersa, Marrakesh The Saadian sultan Abdallah al-Ghallib rebuilt this 9th-century madrassa as the largest Koranic school to rival...


If You Like

Beaches With coasts on both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, Morocco has hundreds of miles of sandy beaches, many of which remain...



The main spoken language in Morocco is Moroccan Arabic, which has fewer vowels than other dialects and includes a number of Spanish and French...


Recommended Tour Operators

Tour operators tend to fall into two major groups: those organized in advance—most often via the Internet—and those engaged on the ground. Morocco...


Morocco with Kids

Traveling in Morocco with children is great fun, especially since Moroccans adore kids. Locals usually warm to and greet travelers with kids...


Quintessential Morocco

A good start to learning Moroccan culture is to embrace some of the ongoing rituals of daily life. These are a few highlights—customs and sites...


Flavors of Morocco

Close your eyes, inhale, and breathe the spices of North Africa. Situated on ancient trade routes, the kingdom benefits from a vibrant import...


Renting a Riad in Morocco

Only once you venture forth into the ancient higgledy-piggledy medinas of Fez, Meknès, Marrakesh, or Essaouira do you find a truly authentic...

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