Formalities, tips, transport, weather ...
Find useful information to best plan your stay.
A passport* is required to enter Morocco unless you come with a tour operator, in which case your identity card is sufficient.
Visa not required for EU citizens, Canadians and Swiss for stays of less than 90 days.
Many airlines serve Marrakech airport.
Do not hesitate to use price comparison websites, which in a few minutes, will let you know the prices charged by different companies.
Do the reservation simulations right through to the very end to get the real cost of your flights (baggage supplements, bank fees, ...) and in this way be able to book the cheapest on offer.
If you can, book your tickets 2-3 months in advance and look on the airline websites of the airlines that give monthly tables of rates daily rates.
If needed, I am available to advise a few tricks I use to locate the best rates.
Do not hesitate to check out the low cost airlines such as:
Transavia, Easyjet, Jetairfly, Ryanair ... which usually offer the best rates.
The dirham (10DH = € 0.90 approx).
Dirhams can only be purchased within the country.
There are many money exchanges. The closest when you are in the Medina are those located mainly at Jemaa El Fna Square and in the Medina.
Check the displays for the rates offered.
Tip: Only change at the airport the minimum amount you need.
For your information, Riad Sekkat provides the weather forecast for the next 5 days.
Time difference with Morocco. Seasonally variable: 1 or 2 hours time difference with France.