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When to go:
You can go to Morocco anytime during the year thanks to its moderate, subtropical climate. If you want to discover the cities, the best period is during the spring and the fall. If you like outdoor activities like hiking, go during the summer and enjoy the fresh air. If you want to get a tan by the pool, don’t forget your sunscreen because the temperature can reach 40°C in the sun. If you prefer skiing or visiting small towns, winter is better.
Also, if you want to avoid crowds of tourists, we advise you not to go between April –May and July-August.
Direct flights: You can find direct flights from London, Manchester and Birmingham to the main cities such as Marrakesh, Casablanca or Agadir.
Currency: The currency of Morocco is the dirham.
Flight time: It takes approximately 3 hours from London and 3 hours and 30 mins from Germany.
Time difference: There is no time difference between the United Kingdom and Morocco. The time difference is -1 hour in summer and -2 hours in winter from Germany.
Daily budget: Depending on how you travel, you may want to budget more, but the average is approximately 60 € per day, that is to say between 8-15€ for the food and 20-40€ for an accommodation.
Language: Moroccans speak Arabic but they also speak French or English.
Local food: The two local foods favorites are Couscous (semolina, vegetables and meat) and Tajine (stew cooked with lamb or fish). But there are also “Méchoui,” which is a dish with lamb or mutton cooked on a barbecue. “Kefta” are meatballs with spices, and “Kaab el-ghzal” is also called Tcharak (an Algerian pastry in the shape of a horn made of flour, butter and orange blossom filled with almond paste and coated with sugar).
To learn more about Arabian culture, you should enjoy one of the many cultural events in the year:
- May: World Music Festival in Fès (North of Morocco)
- June: art festival in Marrakesh
- August 21st: Youth event celebrated all over the country
- September: international Marrakesh film festival
- November or December: the end of Ramadan, a religious holiday