Attention all tourists visiting our beautiful country! We understand the importance of having access to essential information that can enhance your travel experience. Our goal is therefore to provide you with valuable details that will make your visit seamless, so get ready for a remarkable journey through the wonders of Morocco.


Morocco offers a plethora of travel-worthy destinations, known for both their safety and unique offerings. Each city holds its own charm, catering to diverse preferences. Whether you seek cultural immersion or breathtaking sights, Morocco has it all. Make the most of your stay by visiting multiple cities to gain a deeper understanding of the country's rich culture. For recommendations, consult the local Tourist Office or use the "Visit Morocco" app.
Tangier, a captivating city with a rich cultural heritage. Immerse yourself in the enchanting ambiance of the Kasbah and old medina, where history comes alive through narrow streets and vibrant markets full of traditional handcraft. From the iconic “Bab haha gate”, catch a glimpse of the magnificent rock of Gibraltar, adding a touch of grandeur to your exploration. For a moment of tranquillity, strolling along Tangier's beach and fell the breeze. Tangier's cosmopolitan spirit further enhances its allure, making it a melting pot of international cultures within Morocco. Prepare yourself for an unforgettable journey filled with delightful experiences.
Immerse yourself in the natural splendor and rich culture of Merzouga, a captivating town nestled in the southeast of Morocco. Embark on an unforgettable journey into the Sahara Desert, where breathtaking sunsets await. Experience the magic of camel trekking, a popular activity for exploring the desert's vast expanse. Discover the beauty of the enchanting Lake of Merzouga, home to a diverse array of Atlas birds, delightful wildlife, and welcoming local communities. Delve into the artistic world at Galerie Laoun. Merzouga promises an extraordinary blend of desert adventures and cultural encounters, leaving you with unforgettable memories.
Discover the allure of Rabat, the splendid capital of Morocco, renowned for its captivating tourist attractions. Marvel at the majestic Kasbah des Oudayas, an architectural masterpiece adorned with picturesque gardens. Rabat proudly embraces its status as a modern, eco-responsible capital, boasting lush green spaces that invite relaxation and tranquility. Explore the enchanting botanical test garden or venture a few kilometers from the city to immerse yourself in the Exotic Gardens of Bouknadel. With its contemporary infrastructure and vibrant festival scene, Rabat pulsates with life and offers an immersive experience.
Immerse yourself in the captivating beauty of Chefchaouen, famously known as the Blue City, nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Morocco. Wander through the enchanting streets of the old medina, adorned with vibrant blue buildings, and discover a treasure trove of local, handmade products. Indulge in a guided tour, where the rich history and cultural heritage come to life. Explore the stunning natural scenery surrounding the town, offering breathtaking vistas at every turn. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the Spanish Mosque and Kasbah, both offering panoramic views of this magical city. Chefchaouen promises an unforgettable journey.
Experience the allure of Agadir, a premier destination where sun, sand, and vibrant experiences await. Begin your journey at the marina, where you can enjoy seaside dining while admiring the boats. Immerse yourself in the local maritime culture by exploring the bustling fishing port. Find tranquility in the city's garden, a serene oasis amidst the vibrant surroundings. Adventure awaits at Agadir Beach, offering pristine sands and exciting water sports like jet skiing and fishing. Discover the city's highlights, including the traditional Hammam, Memoire d'Agadir museum, charming La Médina d'Agadir, and the captivating Vallée des Oiseaux park.
Embark on a journey of discovery in Fez, the captivating cultural and religious capital of Morocco. Lose yourself in the enchanting ancient Medina, a maze of vibrant markets and fascinating history. Behold the mesmerizing blue door of Bab Boujloud and immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of the historic Place of Mulay Idris II. Venture into the captivating Chouwara Tannery, where traditional craftsmanship thrives before your eyes. Fez offers an unforgettable experience, where every corner reveals captivating surprises. With its grandeur and undeniable charm, Fez promises an immersive journey into the heart of Moroccan heritage.
Discover the charm of Essaouira, a welcoming town with a laid-back atmosphere. Immerse yourself in its picturesque old town, embraced by 18th-century city walls and captivating sea views. With a bohemian vibe, wander through the Medina and vibrant souks, or explore the enchanting art galleries. Essaouira offers a blend of coastal, desert, and forest experiences, with thrilling activities like surfing, quad biking, and horse treks. As the 'Wind City of Africa,' it entices windsurfers from April to November. Essaouira is a must-visit destination for those seeking a unique blend of culture, adventure, and tranquillity.
Immerse yourself in the vibrant allure of Casablanca, a city teeming with captivating attractions. Marvel at the grandeur of the 210-meter-tall minaret of the Hassan II Mosque, one of the world's largest. Admire the unique Art Deco and Moorish styles in downtown Casablanca's Architecture Mauresque facades. Explore the lively Medina, sampling local culture and cuisine. Take a stroll along the Corniche, savoring the refreshing sea breeze. Discover the beauty of the Cathedral du Sacre Coeur and the vibrant Central Market & Souq Haboos. For beach enthusiasts, Mohammedia offers pristine shores just a stone's throw from Casablanca.
Discover the captivating beauty of Marrakech, a city steeped in history and culture. Get lost in the vibrant Medina Souks. Experience the enchanting atmosphere of Djemaa El Fna after dark. Indulge in the charm of a Medina Riad Hotel, where rooftop terraces offer breathtaking city views. Marvel at the grandeur of the 77-meter-tall minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque. Find serenity in the Majorelle Gardens' lush oasis. Step into history at the ancient Medersa Ben Youssef. Lastly, be awestruck by the ornate Bahia Palace, a testament to Moroccan craftsmanship. Marrakech promises an unforgettable blend of architecture, history, and relaxation.
Indulge in a delightful getaway in Al Hoceima, a modern seaside resort with a fascinating history. Originally founded as Villa Sanjuro by the Spanish, this charming town emerged as a garrison following the Rif Wars. Al Hoceima is renowned for its picturesque bay and tranquil beaches, inviting visitors to bask in the sun and revel in the stunning coastal views. The city's beaches are conveniently within walking distance, eliminating the need for transportation. Adding to its allure, the majestic mountains provide a breathtaking backdrop to the sea, enhancing the city's natural beauty. Al Hoceima is also cherished for its verdant green spaces, offering a peaceful retreat.
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When in Morocco, you have various transportation options to explore the country's diverse landscapes, vibrant cities, and rich cultural heritage. Taxis are the most used mode of transport for both locals and tourists. If you have more time, you can also enjoy the convenience of trains, rental cars, and ferries to visit other cities in Morocco or even take a day trip to Spain.


Morocco has 17. airports located in cities like Casablanca, Marrakech, Agadir, Fes, Rabat, Tétouan and Tangier, offering convenient access for domestic and international travellers. You will find tax-free shops, cafes, and several types of shops often with traditional Moroccan handcraft and food products, but it will mostly be in the bigger airports as in Casablanca and Marrakech you will have a verity of shops. Most airports are situated near cities, requiring a taxi to the nearest train, bus, or your destination.


Morocco's ports provide convenient access to Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. With numerous routes and a wide selection of ferry travel agencies. Ports like Tanger, Tanger MED, Nador, and Al Hoceima offer connections to cities such as Malaga, Barcelona, Tarifa, Motril, Almeria, Algeciras in Spain, Marseille, Sete in France, and Genoa, Rome in Italy. In the Spanish parts of Morocco, Melilla, and Ceuta, you can also find ferry connections to Algeciras, Malaga, Almeria, and Motril in Spain, Europe. Keep in mind that Tanger has two ports, MED is one hour from the city.


Taxis in Morocco are a popular and cheap way of transportation, offering two main types: "Petit taxis" and "Grand taxis." Petit taxis, are in specific colours depending on the city, and can carry up to three passengers heading in the same direction. They operate within city limits. Grand taxis are white and can accommodate up to six passengers who share the taxi, or you can pay extra. They follow fixed routes within cities and can also travel between cities for a fixed price. Grand taxis are authorized to be present at airports, train stations, ferry ports, and bus stations.


Morocco's well-established bus network, operated by CTM, connects major cities in Morocco. CTM buses provide WIFI, numbered seats, and fixed schedules. Bus tickets are cheap and can be purchased online or at the bus station. SATAS (south) and Trans Ghazala (north) are reputable companies like CTM. Smaller private companies may be less reliable. You often pay 5 - 10dh for your baggage which is based on weight and distance. Most cities have central bus stations, often out of the city, while local buses operate within cities are less luxurious, but reliable.


Morocco has a well-developed railway system operated by the national railway operator ONCF, where you also can buy your tickets online. The ONCF trains offer immense comfort and facilities, making it one of the most comfortable and cheap way of travel in Morocco. The high-speed rail linking Tangier and Casablanca, also stops in cities as Rabat and Kenitra and from Casablanca, you can continue to Marrakech. From Tanger, you can take the high-speed train to Kenitra and from here go to Fes, from where you also can go to Casablanca and Oujda.


Morocco has a well-connected network of highways (fee) and national roads, allowing convenient travel throughout the country. Car rentals are therefore also a popular choice among tourists, especially for those experienced in navigating in the chaotic traffic. Reputable companies like Hertz, Europcar, and Sixt, as well as local agencies, offer car rental services. To ensure a competitive rate, it's recommended to book your rental car at least two days in advance or through your travel agency.


We have here made you a small tip guide related to going out, dinning as well as shopping, so you easily can find the answers to some of these questions. There are too many good traditional and international cafes, restaurants, bars, shops etc. to mention, so ask the locals or check Visit Morocco / TripAdvisor for recommendations near you.


Explore the traditional shops in the captivating Old Medinas for a unique experience. In the larger cities, you'll find a variety of international shops and malls offering renowned brands. While shopping in the Old Medina, exercise caution as some shops may sell counterfeit goods. To discover the best shopping destinations, it's recommended to get recommendations from locals and uncover hidden gems.


In Morocco, the vibrant souks offer a delightful shopping experience with fresh food and a variety of other goods. Additionally, if you're a seafood enthusiast, the fish markets offer an abundance of fresh fish. Morocco's vibrant markets are a must-visit for a truly immersive, flavourful, and culinary experience. You will find many small and bigger supermarkets as the French Carrefour, Spanish Atacadao and Morocco’s own Marjane.


From jewellery, pottery, puffs to basketry, blankets, carpets, you'll find an array of exquisite handmade items all over Morocco. The Old medinas offers a unique shopping experience where you often must negotiate the best price. The affordability of traditional handicrafts is remarkable, making it a fantastic opportunity to bring home authentic treasures. Many shops also offer shipping services, allowing you to easily transport larger items or arrange for personalized designs.


Alcohol can only be purchased from special shops and larger supermarkets. It is prohibited to consume alcohol in public. During Ramadan, alcohol availability may be limited, and only foreigners can purchase. Morocco has local beer brands, as Casablanca (Lager), Flag (Pilsner), and Stork (Light Lager). Wine production focuses primarily on red grape varieties, as Carignan, Alicante, Syrah, Tempranillo, Grenache, and Cinsaut. Meknes is known for producing premium Chardonnays. Lastly, try Mahia.


You will find a lot of traditional Moroccan cafes wherever you travel, that serves the famous mynte tea and coffee as well as local dishes, which you must try while you are visiting. In the bigger cities you will find many international inspired cafes – not only in relation to the interior – but also when it comes to what you will find on the menu / drinks (non-alcohol) card, the background music as well as the cliental and opening hours. 


While exploring Morocco, be sure to visit traditional Moroccan restaurants for the delicious cuisine. These establishments not only offer delectable dishes but also provide an authentic ambiance with traditional interiors and local music. In larger cities, you'll also find a variety of international restaurants serving international cuisines, such as French, Spanish, Italian, Thai, and English. Some establishments may serve alcohol, but it's advisable to check beforehand.


You will be able to find several bars in the bigger cities also some that sells alcohol and where there will be an international inspired interior. The alcohol is often expensive because you are in a Muslim country, but you will find many of the international brands you know. Which bars to visit will be depending on what you are looking for, but we have tried to find you different bars for different tastes, that you can visit will in town.


For those who love dancing, Morocco offers a vibrant nightlife scene in its major cities. You'll find numerous venues where you can go out and enjoy yourself. Many nightclubs in these cities serve alcohol and play a mix of international music, often featuring renowned international DJs and live shows. Additionally, you can discover Arabic-inspired nightclubs with live music for a more traditional and cultural experience.