Traveling to Morocco

This is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and the climate of Morocco generous throughout the year. Step into the majestic city of Fez and just haggling in the souks of Marrakesh. Join the Berbers of the Sahara and bask in the sun on the beautiful beaches of Agadir.
You understood, the Kingdom of Morocco is a land of contrasts that will not leave anyone indifferent. From the snowy peaks of the High Atlas to the borders of the desert, only the heat of the sun could compete with the hospitality of the Moroccans. You will discover a welcoming and tolerant people in a backdrop of grandiose monuments, symbols of great cultural and architectural wealth. A fascinating country and every corner reminds us a long history of 2500 years. Throw in a tasty and creative cuisine. Change of scenery!

A sweet scent of East fleet in this country which has managed to combine tradition and modernity. moderate Islam is practiced and the fascinating song of the muezzin will remind you 5 times a day by calling to prayer.

Countries looking to the future, Morocco is the safest countries in North Africa in terms of health and safety. More than a million French come every year to visit Morocco!

For a trip to Morocco, a valid passport is required. It is imperative that it be valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry in the country. EU citizens do not need a visa for a trip time of less than 3 months.

If you go to Morocco by car, make sure your auto insurance covers you on this country. Attention because a check will be made at the border and in case of no coverage, it will require you to take out insurance.

Morocco is the neighbor of Europe. Only 14 kilometers separate Spain through the Strait of Gibraltar. All means of transport are possible to go to Morocco … even the bike!

By plane

Naturally, the plane is the fastest way to get to Morocco from France. Among the 12 international airports that rely Morocco, the main are located in Casablanca, Agadir, Marrakesh and Tangier.

The frequent routes between France and Morocco are insured by large regular international airlines and charters including Air France and Royal Air Morocco. Note that these links are not just about Paris but also Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseilles, Montpelier, Nantes, Nice, Strasbourg and Toulouse.

Finally, some companies “low-cost” offer flights with attractive prices to Morocco: Atlas Blue (from Lille, Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseilles, Nantes, Toulouse, Nice and Mulhouse)

By boat, by car

If the air does not suit you or if you want to go to Morocco by car, train, bus … a crossing by car ferry is required.
The most economical solution is to get to Algeciras in the extreme south of Spain to cross the Strait of Gibraltar by car ferry. Both destinations are offered: Tangier (2h30 crossing) or Ceuta (1h30 crossing).

Car rental
Major international agencies are rather expensive in Morocco, the wise traveler will turn to a local agency, which will rent a Fiat Uno for about 250 dirhams a day.

Please note, small cars are shipped without gasoline … and thus make the vacuum tank.
Attention two types of taxis in Morocco:
Inside a city, small taxis (type Fiat Uno). They have a unique color depending on their city, red or blue in Casablanca to Essaouira. They charge as and when they are estimated.
For long trips (at least 70 kilometers away), the big taxis (like Mercedes), often beige color. A trip Marrakesh-Ouarzazate, for example, costs 70 dirhams large taxi.

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