Morocco during Ramadan! help

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Aug 3rd, 2005, 05:35 AM
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Morocco during Ramadan! help

Hello! I'm going to Morroco in october. I plan my trip and bought tickets. After that read out about Ramadan! Is it possible to go to Morocco during Ramadan? Can I find where to live. I expected to live in riads. Can I normaly move around and find to eat something during the day? Is markets in Marakesh open during that time! I'm so comfused abot this situation. I want to go, but I'm afraid that I cant saw many places because lack of transportation and everything will be close.
So is there any advises and experience about traveling during ramadan in Morocco.
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Aug 3rd, 2005, 01:59 PM
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Life goes on pretty much as usual. A few places may be closed, but often most everything is open. Those observing Ramadan go to work, but don't eat during the day. Their fast is broken at sundown when they have a large meal.

As a visitor you should bear in mind that many will be fasting and that you should do your utmost not to eat in front of them. Sure, restaurants are opened and you can eat here, as at hotels or riads. But it's not a good idea to walk down the street drinking a soda, or eating a sandwich or whatever.

You should have no problem finding accommodations or booking tours or guides while visiting Morocco at this time.
 
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