To stay in Morocco, the French, Belgian and Swiss must have a passport valid for at least 3 months from the date of entry into Moroccan territory. If the national identity card is not recognized to tread Moroccan soil, there is nevertheless a tolerance for groups traveling in package tours and fitted voucher issued by their travel agency on behalf of a corresponding local Moroccan. Anyone not traveling as part of a tour group and not being provided with the voucher mentioned must necessarily possess a passport valid for three months after the return date to enter the Moroccan soil.
Travelers with the Franco-Moroccan nationality must submit their Moroccan identity papers at the entrance on the Moroccan territory. Finally, if you are traveling with children, be aware that now, minors, regardless of age, must also have an individual passport.
Nationalities other than French, Belgian or Swiss will have to check with the consulate or ambassadepour formalities concerning.
No visa is required for a less than or equal to 90 days stay. For those who wish to extend their stay beyond three months, they will obtain a special authorization granted by the foreign office of the Commissioner of the province in which they reside.
-2 Hours in summer (compared to France)
-1 Hours in winter (compared to France)
Time zone offset: 0 hours UTC / GMT
Time Zone (Time Zone): Western European Standard Time Africa / Casablanca
Daylight Saving Time: Yes
The Moroccan Dirham is the official currency of Morocco since 1958 and its local symbol DH. It is divided into 100 centimes. Moroccan currency (dirham) turns difficelement outside Morocco.
Currency exchange is Moroccan Moroccan Dirham (DH) its ISO Code: MAD
Subdivision of money: 1 Moroccan Dirham = 100 centimes
Denominations of banknotes in circulation: 20, 50, 100, 200-Moroccan dirhams.
Coins in circulation 10, 20 and 50 cents. 1 dirham, 2 dirhams, five dirhams and 10 dirhams.
Euro Moroccan Dirham ↔
1 EUR = 11.2068 MAD
1 MAD = 0.090 EUR
The telephone code of Morocco is 212.
To call a Moroccan correspondent from France: dial 00212 (or 212 for laptops) followed by the number of your correspondent without the leading zero.
To call a correspondent from the French Morocco: call 0033 (or +33 for laptops) followed by the number of your correspondent without the leading zero.
Plugs and the electrical network in Morocco are the same standards in France. No adapter is necessary if you just France.
The role of the Consul is defined in the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 24 April 1963:
It administers its nationals: Registration residing in French territorial division in the register of French rescue some French documents (passport, national identity card) registration on the electoral list, held Vital ...
it ensures the protection of French nationals. it issues visas to foreigners.
Address: 1 rue Ibn Khaldun 40000 Marrakech
Fax: 024 38 82 33
Consulate opens its doors Monday through Thursday from 8:00 to 12:30. And Friday from 8:00 to 12:00 and 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.