Photography bans and restrictions
As in many countries, photography of military installations, airports, railway stations and government buildings is prohibited in Morocco.
In addition, the import and use of drones of all kinds in Morocco is prohibited. These include, of course, photo drones and video drones. At the airport in Marrakech my luggage was checked on entry, weapons and drugs as well as drones.
The listing of the prohibitions does not claim to be complete. You may get binding informations from the embassy or consular offices of the country.
Long distance network
CTM remote bus connections with online bookings
Remote bus connections from Supratours
ONCF railway network with online bookings
Marrocan airline Royal Air Maroc
For the entry from the EU you need a passport valid for at least 6 months and a tourist visa. You get it free of charge at the airport, it is valid for 90 days. It is not possible to enter the country with the ID card only from the EU.
The currency in Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD). Usually, banknotes with 20, 50, 100 and 200 MAD as well as coins are used. Both old and new banknotes are in circulation. In Morocco, the currency is not abbreviated as “MAD”, but “Dh”.
|1 MAD = 0.09 EUR||1 EUR = 10.88 MAD|
|1 MAD = 0.10 CHF||1 CHF = 9.68 MAD|
|1 MAD = 0.10 US$||1 US$ = 9.62 MAD|
|1 MAD = 0.08 £||1 £ = 12.70 MAD|
In Morocco, the “Greenich Mean Time” (GMT, UTC) is used, which means that it is an hour earlier than in Central Europe without consideration of the Central European summer time (CEST). Which means, you can return the clock by 1 hour if coming from Central Europe.
The international code for Morocco is +212.