The country in Africa where the official language is Arabic and the currency Moroccan dirham (MAD), this is Morocco. The capital of the country is Rabat. Other cities which you can explore are Casablanca, Fès, Sale, Marrakesh, Agadir, Tangier, Meknès, Oujda, Al Hoceïma, Kenitra, Tétouan, Safi, Mohammedia, Khouribga.
Rabat is the capital and also one of the popular cities.
There are other attractive cities like Casablanca, Fès, Sale, Marrakesh, Agadir and many others where you can travel during your visit to Morocco.
During your trip around Morocco, you can taste Couscous, Pastilla, Tanjia, Rfissa, Harira and many other local food.
There are more than 2 major airports in Morocco. You can find cheap flights via the following airports: Mohammed V International Airport (CMN), Menara Airport (RAK), Al Massira Airport (AGA), Nador International Airport (NDR), Ibn Batouta Airport (TNG), Saïss Airport (FEZ), Rabat-Salé Airport (RBA), Angads Airport (OUD), Mogador Airport (ESU), Tan Tan Airport (TTA), Ouarzazate Airport (OZZ), Cherif Al Idrissi Airport (AHU).
Morocco doesn’t accept Euro or US dollar, exchanging cash before traveling is always recommended. Although credit and debit cards are also universally accepted throughout the country, we highly advise you to carry a small amount of cash and coins with you.
Morocco has a population of 37.11 million people, making it one of the top 100 most populated countries in the world.
The official language of Morocco is Arabic. However, travelers will also commonly hear Berber as they are the languages of the largest international communities within Morocco.
Algeria and Western Sahara are neighbors of Morocco.
Morocco has a mediterranean climate with dry and hot summers and mild winters. When packing your backpack, don’t forget the sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun. Also, take the cultural context into consideration when packing your clothes. It’s worth finding out about local traditions in advance of your travels to Morocco.