Most countries do not require a visa for travel to Morocco. Simply ensure your
passport is valid for more than 6 months and has a couple blank pages on
arrival. A resident permit is required for a stay longer than 90
days. Check your specific country at VisaHQ.
For a list of exempt countries, visit Project
The Moroccan dirham (MAD) is the official currency of Morocco.
The major points of entry to Morocco by air are Tangier, Agadir and
Casablanca. Casablanca has the majority of international travel,
while Tangier and the beach resort area of Agadir receive most of their
air traffic from Spain and France.
Rail transportation via ONCF
in Morocco is afforable and readily available between Marrakech,
Casablanca, Fez and Tangier, but you can't buy tickets until you arrive in
the country. There is a rapid train, TNR, between Casablanca
and Rabat. There is hourly service between Casabanca and the Mohammed V Airport.
The train system includes its subsidiary, Supratours, which has numerous
bus connections, such as Marrakech to Agadir.
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