Morocco "Maghreb el-Aqsa", land of the extreme setting sun for the Arab-Muslim world, has preserved its Berber identity. Country both African by its Saharan facade, Mediterranean by its climate and its history with Andalusian Spain; it has existed as a state since the year 788 Apr. AD A welcoming country, a major stopover in the world, a kingdom of a thousand kingdoms. An incomparable country, attracted by great conquerors, which favored the mixing of its successive civilizations: Phoenicians, Romans, Berbers, Arabs, Andalusians, Africans ... With innumerable spiritual and material riches, as evidenced by the diversity of its folklore, its crafts, its costumes, its gastronomy
Morocco, both Berber and Arab, has managed to maintain an ethnic, cultural and linguistic balance. Seductive country where the sun, beaches, mountains, Sahara and oases, offer a diversity of extraordinary landscapes. King Hassan II used the metaphor "Tree whose roots plunge in Africa and which breathes through its leaves in Europe", to describe a country of exceptional harmony between tradition and Geographical location:
In the north of Africa, with an area of 710,850 km², Morocco is located in the far west of the Maghreb, only 14 km from Spain via the Strait of Gibraltar. Surrounded by the Mediterranean to the north and the Atlantic to the west, on a 3446 km seafront; to the north the Rif mountains, from the south to the east those of the Atlas, as well as a sea of sand to the south.
Surrounded by the Mediterranean to the north and the Atlantic to the west, on a 3446 km seafront; to the north the Rif mountains, from the south to the east those of the Atlas, as well as a sea of sand to the south.
The dirham approx. (1 € = 11 DH or MAD) (1 $ US = 9 DH or MAD) Banks are open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. They are closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
Currency exchange offices: they are open every day except sometimes on Sunday afternoon; their opening hours are very wide.
It is easy to change money in Morocco, and the transaction is more advantageous than withdrawing cash or paying by card, which has a fee.
Note that banknotes must be in good condition for exchange, otherwise they may be refused.
After each payment you will receive an email confirmation and an invoice.
The minimum amounts suggested are: (The amounts mentioned are in Moroccan dirhams) They will be grateful if you convert them into money dirhams when remitting tips.
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