Morocco’s diversity, color, and contrast make it a unique holiday destination. Here are some tips that will make your stay in Morocco more enjoyable and fluent.
Morocco is equipped with many International Airports giving a greater choice of departure points and destinations. Mohamed V Casablanca (CMN), an international airport serving Casablanca with the most international lines. Menara Airport in Marrakech, also an international airport that receives several European flights as well as flights from Casablanca and some of the Arab world nations. Agadir airport (AGA), Tangier airport (TNG) and Fès–Saïs Airport are also available for some international fights.
You will also find a greater choice of car hire, airport transfers, taxis, and other transport from and to the airport.
The Currency used in Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD); you can get Dirhams at an ATM at the airport, or somewhere in the country, as Dirhams are not traded internationally.
Morocco is Diversive, each town and region has its own weather giving the country’s geographic variety, yet there is always a region where the climate is mild.
You would be moving from the coldest Atlas Mountains to the hot Moroccan Sahara admiring the exotic climate and the spectacular changing landscapes.
Morocco is a very safe country. Be aware as usual, and you’ll be safe anywhere using standard safety practices.
The Moroccan food is definitely the best. Tempting Tagines, delicious Soups, colorful couscous, and mesmerizing Salads are creatively cooked to represent the charm of Morocco and the beauty of its cultures. Fes is Morocco’s culinary capital where you may taste the best traditional recipes: almond and pigeon pastillas, dried apricot or prune tagines, and also to professionally cook any traditional Moroccan dish.
In Moroccan Souks (Local Markets), you will discover a wide range of traditional and beautiful products from Moroccan handicrafts, slippers and wood carvings to rugs and pottery giving your home corner an authentic Moroccan Touch.
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