The country is located in Northern Africa
The coastline is 1835 km
The official language of Morocco is Arabic, which is spoken by 98% of the population.
The second official language is Berber, 43% of the population are native speakers.
Also 63% of the local population speaks French, another 10% speaks Spanish
Unitary parliamentary semi-constitutional monarchy
Citizens of countries from this list does not require visa to enter and can stay up to 90 days without visa
Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of six months beyond the expiry date of your visa. Your passport should also have at least 1 blank page for your visa.
Prices start from 23 USD up to 35 USD
Single entry and multiple entry visas
If you need a different type of visa, you can contact the nearest representative office of Morocco or through the online service, or per agency
It can take from 2 days up to 15 days
The nearest consulate or embassy and their contact you can find at this page
Free import of:
Minors must travel accompanied by one of their parents. Otherwise, Single parents or other the accompanying person must have documents providing such a right.
Cats and dogs must be accompanied by veterinarian good health certificate issued at point of origin, issued within 10 days of departure for Morocco, together with an anti-rabies certificate, issued within the last 6 months
|Local currency : amounts up to MAD 2,000.- tolerated:||Local currency (Moroccan Dirham – MAD): amounts up to MAD 2,000.- tolerated. Unused MAD may be re-exchanged into foreign currency up to a maximum of:|
|– 50% of total amount exchanged on arrival if stay in Morocco has been longer than 48 hours;|
|Foreign currencies: no limit. Amounts exceeding the equivalent of MAD 100,000.- must be declared on arrival||– 100% of total amount exchanged on arrival if stay in Morocco has been less than 48 hours|
|Foreign currencies: amounts exceeding the equivalent of MAD 100,000.- up to the amount declared on arrival|
The Moroccan dirham = 100 centimes
Banknotes of 10, 50, 100, 200 dirhams
Coins of 1, 5 dirhams and 5, 10, 20, 50 centimes
Where can I change my currency?
At banks, specialized exchange offices, hotels, airports and post offices. Do not ever exchange your money at an unlicensed exchange office.
Banks work from 08:30 to 23:15 pm on Monday through Friday and from 14:15 pm to 16:00 on Saturdays. They are not open on Sundays. During Ramadan, they are open from 08:30 am to 14:00 pm.
Each bank has a slightly different rate, but exchange rate is stable and controlled by the government meaning it doesn’t vary too much.
ATMs are readily available in most cities and towns. All of them accept international cards. Most ATMs have a limit for withdrawing money, about 2000 dirhams.
Some ATMs will charge a 30 dirham fee for money withdrawal.
What currency should I take with me?
Euros are sometimes accepted, but not always and not everywhere. Most currencies can be exchanged, except for Canadian, New Zealand and Australian dollars, which are not always accepted.
Is it profitable to cash and change money at the airport?
It’s pretty much the same as exchanging money at banks or exchange offices, as rates are set by the government.
How to pay in hotels, shops, restaurants, taxis?
It’s recommended to always use Moroccan dirham when possible, but euros are also accepted in some instances, for example, taxi rides or hotels. Credit cards are accepted in most hotels, major shops and restaurants. In some taxis it’s also possible to pay with a credit card. Nonetheless, it’s always advised to have some cash on you. Small shops and merchants only deal with cash. Moreover, in rural and remote areas, there are no ATMs and payments are only done with cash. In addition, you can always pay for a taxi with cash.
In Morocco, the climate is Mediterranean on the coast, in the highest mountains it is continental, and on land it is a desert.
If you want to visit Moroccan cities while avoiding hot periods, you can opt for spring and autumn, from March to April and from October to mid-November.
Average temperatures range from 12 ° C (53.5 ° F) in January to 28 ° C (82 ° F) in July and August.
Morocco is a place of great diversity, rich with history and culture. Cities in Morroco are very breathtaking, many of them are very old and showcase Morrocan architecture. Many of them have central squares, like Djemaa el Fna, which are both tourist and local hot spots. These squares are called medinas and are filled to brim with entertainment and shops. Here you can experience various Moroccan traditions, like their dances or music, and eat their food.
Morocco is also a country with a big historical and cultural baggage. Anything ranging from ancient Roman cities, to various Morrocan archeological sites. Not only can you learn a lot about Morocco and the world, your can also appreciate the well preserved arfitacts and exhibits. Museums are commonplace in the country and you definitely need to find yourself in one.
The nature of this country is quite unlike anything else. From deep valleys, to dry deserts, there’s a great variety of landscapes with Morocco.
Djemaa el Fna is the most famous and most popular tourist attraction in Morocco. This square is located in Marrakesh and was declared the Masterpiece of World Heritage by UNESCO in 2001. And the reason for this is simple — Djemaa el Fna square is pretty much all of Morocco found in one place. The whole atmosphere here is simply amazing, from snake charmers playing their flutes to acrobats performing various tricks. Traditional music and street theatre are also common sights in the square. Not only that, but there’s also a plethora of food available. Anything from simple food stalls to grills and exotic restaurants, where you can taste food you’ve never seen before. In the maze like square you can also find plenty of shops, where you can buy things like souvenirs and traditional Moroccan clothes. At night, the atmosphere is even better as Djemaa el Fna never sleeps. The square is located right in Marrakesh, meaning it’s very easily accessible.
Hassan II Mosque is a perfect example of Moroccan architecture. Named after its builder King Hassan II, this is one of the biggest mosques in Africa and the largest one in the country. It was built near water, corresponding to a verse from Quaran, and that’s what makes its location unique. It’s one of a few mosques open to tourists and you definitely cannot miss the chance to visit it. From its 210 meter minaret, the second longest in the world, to hand-carved stone and wood, it’s a very spectacular piece of architecture. The unique floor, made of marbles, and its brass and titanium gate look wonderfull too. Inside, you can find a small museum showcasing some materials that were used to build this mosque. Tours, ranging from 40 to 60 minutes, are also available.
The mosque is located in the northern part of Casablanca. From Marrakesh, you need to go about 250 km north to reach this place. It takes around 3 hours with a car.
Fez Medina is located, as the name suggests, in Fez, a 1200 year old Maghreb city. It’s the heart of the city and is also the biggest car-free area in the world. This place is also well preserved, century old monuments and architecture can be experienced here. Many buildings, like mosques, are also perfectly preserved. In Fez Medina, you can truly feel like you’re back in the past. Moreover, many shops line up this maze-like place, ranging from simple markets to various craft shops. Not only you can buy classic Moroccan pottery or souvenirs, you can also see how they are being made.
Fez is located in north east from Marrakesh. You can go there by car, train or plane. By car, it would take you around 5 hours, while by train — around 3 hours.
Oudaias Kasbah is often called “the most picturesque region in Morocco”. Like many other places in Rabat, this kasbah is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. White and blue houses, colorful flowerpots and the narrow streets give this district a very calming and tranquil feel. Despite being in the middle of Rabat, it feels like you’re far away from any civilization when you’re inside the walls of Oudaias Kasbah. It feels like every corner here has a secret and is well worth exploring. In the district you can visit the Oudayas Museum, the Andalusian Garden and Mosque of the Kasbah. The district also offers scenic views of Plage of Rabat, the Bou Regreg river and even the Atlantic Ocean.
Rabat is located in the north from Marrakesh, 325 kilometers away. When travelling by car, public transport or private transfer, it takes from 3 to 4 hours to reach Rabat.
Agadir is one the most popular seaside resorts in Morocco. Its beaches and waterfront are certainly the best Morocco has to offer, and no one should miss an opportunity to come here. Various water based activities and cafes are common sight on the Agadir beach. Boat trips and excursions are also a popular way to spend time. Spa and massage parlors litter the city and the beach. Moreover, you can also go quad biking or take an air ballon excursion. For people interested in Morrocan history, a visit to Agadir museum is a must. Nature and animal lovers certainly need to see the magnificent beauty of the Souss-Massa National Park or Paradise Valley.
Agadir is located to the south of Marrakesh. The 250 km drive takes about 3 hours.
Volubilis is a ruined Roman city, lying near the city of Meknes. The city developed in 3rd century BC and is the best preserved archeological site in the country. For this reason, it’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is no better place to visit for someone interested in Roman history and culture, you can see the ancient columns, ruins and temple remnants with your own eyes. There are also the painstakingly crafted mosaics, which have survived for thousand years and are still as beautiful as they were back then. The surrounding nature is also breathtaking, with blooming wildflowers and green fields breathing life into the ancient city. Information boards are written in English, French and Arabic, but you can also hire a guide that will gladly take you on a tour around the location.
Volubilis is 30 km north from Meknes and it takes around 30 minutes to reach it by car or taxi.
Musée Yves Saint Laurent is a museum dedicated to the fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. Even if you aren’t into fashion, this museum is still an interesting place to visit. Showcasing the unique clothes and accessories created by the legendary French designer, this museum doesn’t have a boring exhibit. There are also various exhibitions showcasing drafts, sketches and personal Yves Saint Laurent items. The whole building also has an interesting design. For example, there are no external windows and the walls remind of a wowen fabric. Inside the museum you can also find a bookstore, library and cafe, where you can refresh yourself.
This museum is located in the center of Marrakesh.
Dades Valley is a great place to see some amazing sights and to get some fresh air. This valley offers plenty opportunities to hike and trek, so if you want some exercise outside the city, you can easily find it here. Moreover, you can explore various small villages located in the valley or even go bird-watching. Lush fields and exotic wildflowers can be observed from the top of the mountains. If you’re looking for a place to have an adventure or to simply sightsee, you need to visit the Dades Valley.
Dades Valley is around 330 km east of Marrakesh. The nearest big settlement is Ouarzazate. From there, if you want to reach the valley, you can get into a bus or a taxi.
Hercules Cave is an archeological cave, that is part man-made, part natural. This cave has many myths and legends surrounding it, like the beliefe that it was bottomless. Mythological traditions stated that the Roman god Hercules slept in this cave, thus giving it the name. There are also free and paid entrances to the cave, depending on which parts you want to explore. Inside you can see a small waterfall and many beautiful rock formations. Tons of statues can also be found in the cave. For a small sum of money, you can also hire a guide if you want more information about the cave complex.
Hercules Cave is located in the western part of Tangier, around 10 km from the center. You can easily get there with public transport or by car.
Erg Chebbi is a breathtaking 50 kilometer stretch of sand dunes. Dunes vary in size, with biggest ones being over a 100 meter long and over 5 kilometer wide. These sand dunes offer a taste of Sahara Desert and it’s a wonder to explore this place. If you prefer faster paced action, you can take a buggy and hop over from dune to dune. If you want a slower experience, there are camel rentals and tour guides that will take you all over the desert.
Erg Chebbi is located near Merzuoga. From the town, you need to head west. To reach Merzuoga from Marrakesh, you can take a bus or drive there. Driving will take you around 9 hours, while taking the bus increases your travel time to 12 or 13 hours.
|The general emergency telephone number||150|
|Tourist Police (Brigade Touristique)||+212 524384601|
|Casablanca Airport (CMN) – Mohammed V Airport||05 22 53 90 40/05 22 53 91 40|
Medical insurance is compulsory for traveling in Morocco. Insurance is issued for each tourist and eliminates the need to pay medical expenses for emergency medical care. If you are going to visit large cities during your vacation, then a minimum insurance package is sufficient. And if you are a lover of outdoor activities and intend to take advantage of the full range of entertainment, then you should consider an extended insurance package, which includes, for example, emergency assistance in case of falling from a camel, or riding scooters, quads, aqua bikes.
There are no mandatory vaccination requirements to visit Morocco, but there are diseases for the avoidance of which, vaccinations are desirable:
Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus (once every 10 years), influenza vaccination – seasonal, recommended annually, hepatitis A and B, typhoid fever and rabies (if you intend to relax in the countryside, far from cities ), yellow fever.
In Morocco, you should only drink bottled water purchased in stores. Do not purchase water from street vendors or small shops as the bottle could be reused. Street food is simple, tasty and high in calories, but it is not clean and the risk of poisoning is very high.
Morocco is a country with a rich variety of insects, snakes, spiders, scorpions and other living things.
Both in urban and rural areas, you should not come into contact with stray animals. To protect against mosquitoes, mosquitoes, it is recommended to use repellents. If you are stung by a snake, scorpion or spider, if possible, photograph the creature so that the doctor can quickly administer the necessary antidote. If you spent the night outside the city, wake up, be sure to shake your clothes and shoes, as an unnamed guest in the form of a scorpion, a spider or a snake may be hiding there. Travel with a trusted guide and, if possible, within reach of medical attention.
In Morocco, medicine is at a good level and qualified medical care seems to you in any city in this country.
Morocco is a fairly safe country to travel to. However, you should remember the precautions, as in any other country.
When arriving in the country and traveling long distances, use the services of city taxis.
Do not take drinks from strangers and do not carry large amounts of money with you, do not display money and valuables, choose main roads and well-lit places. You shouldn’t buy fast food from small street eateries. Do not drink drinks with ice, as ice could be made from tap water and then intestinal problems cannot be avoided.
The sun is very active at any time of the year, so you should definitely use sunscreen and drink enough water.
Wash your hands often.
Tipping is part of Moroccan culture and is universally welcomed.
You should not give coins to children asking for them, as the child who received the money can be severely beaten by other children.
In case you need emergency assistance, do not wait for an ambulance, as it is not equipped with special equipment, use a taxi to travel to the hospital.
There are 2 main mobile operators in Morocco
|Info||Etisalat owned, Maroc Telecom is the largest mobile operator in Morocco. 4G/LTE network has the best coverage among other operators and provides up to 225 Mbps speed. Prepaid SIM is called “Jawal 4G”|
|Cost||€12 for SIM and selected data package|
|Speed||Up to 225 Mbps|
|Other||SIM card is valid for 12 month since last top up|
|Check balance by texting blank message to 580, but that will cost 1 DH.|
|Where To Buy||You can buy SIM in different outlets or visit branded store to buy SIM and select needed data package. Visit this page (http://www.iam.ma/agences/Pages/Agencelaplusproche.aspx) to find store. You will need to recharge your SIM for 100 DH to have mobile data|
|How to recharge||You can buy vouchers in small stores, different outlets or branded stores. To recharge text code from voucher followed by *3 to 555.|
|Info||Second largest mobile operator in Morocco. Network coverage is slightly worse than Maroc Telecom|
|Cost||€12 for SIM and selected data package|
|Other||SIM card is valid for 12 month since last top up|
|Check balance by calling #554#. Press 4 to check how much data left|
|Where To Buy||You can buy SIM in different outlets or visit branded store to buy SIM and select needed data package. Visit this page (https://www.orange.ma/Agences-Orange) to find store. You will need to recharge your SIM for 100 DH to have mobile data|
|How to recharge||You can buy vouchers in small stores, different outlets or branded stores. To recharge text code from voucher followed by *3 to 555.|
We suggest you to select “Maroc Telecom”, because this is the largest and the most widespread operator in Morocco. With “Maroc Telecom” SIM you will have enough data for all of your needs.
Check if you need an adapter before starting a trip
Some appliances never need a converter. If the label states ‘INPUT: 100-240V, 50/60 Hz’ the appliance can be used in all countries in the world
Morocco is a Mediterranean country, located in North Africa. There are many different ways of travelling around the country and their transport infrastructure is excellent. Moroccan roads are good, but traffic accidents are common due to poor drivers. Public transportation is very useful and affordable, but isn’t always safe.
Road traffic is on the right side.
Morocco has an excellent train infrastructure, one of the best in Africa. Trains provide a great service and they are very affordable. Railway network is extensive, but not every major city and tourist destination is reachable by train. Two train types run in the country: ordinaire and rapide. The main difference is that rapide trains are more comfortable and costly. All trains also have two classes of wagons. Tickets can be bought online, at train stations or from conductors (for an additional fee). There are also several different rail passes, which are useful if you intend to travel by train a lot. Trains in Morocco are operated by ONCF, for more information you can visit their website: www.oncf.ma
Bus infrastructure in Morocco can be a mixed bag. Intercity buses are usually comfortable and cheap, but are much more overcrowded than trains. There are also buses that are specifically designed for tourists. They are more comfortable but also more expensive. There are many different bus operators in Morocco, with the biggest one being CTM (www.ctm.ma). Tickets can be bought online or at bus stations. Different bus companies have different bus types and classes. Major cities like Rabat, also have their own local buses. These buses tend to be overcrowded and not as safe as intercity ones.
Two cities in Morocco have a tram system: Rabat and Casablanca. Both of these systems are modern and reliable, but not very extensive. There are only 2 lines in each city, meaning it’s a quite limited way of travelling around. Tickets cost 2 MAD. Both systems operate from around 06:00 am to 22:00 pm, at very frequent intervals.
Taxis are popular in Morocco, so finding one should never be a problem. One thing you should know is that many taxis in the country operate like public transport, as they often stop to pick up passengers even if they have customers inside. There are two types of taxis: Petit taxis and Grand taxis. Petit taxis are smaller, only having the capacity to carry three passengers. Some of these cabs have a meter, some don’t. These taxis are designed only to be used within cities and each city has a different color for them. Grand taxis are larger, being able to fit six passengers. They are used mostly for intercity transportation and has similar functionality to buses. Taxi fares in Morocco are not very high, making taxis affordable. Ride-sharing services like Uber and not popular in the country.
In most major cities and airports, you can easily find a car rental company. Local companies are less reliable, but can often be cheaper than international ones. Most Moroccan roads are in a great condition and many cities are linked by modern freeways. However, many roads have poor lighting at night and floods are common during fall and winter. Moreover, traffic accidents and casualties are common, as driving practices are poor and drivers are aggressive. Fuel prices are also high, making driving quite expensive. Police roadblocks are common on Morrocan roads, but tourists aren’t stopped very often. To rent a car in Morocco, you must be at least 21 year old and have an International Driving Permit, though EU licenses are also often accepted.
Flying can often be useful, as it’s much faster than taking a bus or a train. On the other hand, it’s also much more expensive. Royal Air Maroc (www.royalairmaroc.com) is the main airline in Morocco and provides domestic flights between many major cities.
The most important international airport in Morocco is Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca.
You can easily reach the center of Casablanca by taking a train from the airport.
|Schedule||06:30 am to 22:30 pm, every 60 minutes|
|Duration of the trip||30 to 40 minutes|
|Waiting time||Can be quite long|
There are many car rental services at the airport.
|Price||At least 300 MAD per day|
|Duration of the trip||40 to 50 minutes by car|
You can find a taxi rank in front of the airport.
|Duration of the trip||40 to 50 minutes|
|Waiting time||You can depart anytime|
It is possible to book a private transfer from the airport.
|Price||At least 70 MAD per person|
Morocco is ranked 71st out of 162 countries in the Global Pease Index. In social terms, the country is stable and safe, you can walk near hotels even at night. Local residents value the security of their state and are trying with all their might to protect it. Traffic police and police keep order in the city; outside the city, this mission is carried out by the gendarmerie.
For families with children, September is best suited, when the heat has already subsided, and the ocean waters are warmed up enough for children to swim comfortably.
Despite the large number of rooms in Morocco, there are practically no hotels specializing in children’s recreation. Even in five-star hotels there is practically no children’s animation, not many hotels have children’s clubs.
For families with children, it is better to choose a hotel with a children’s pool, since the water in the ocean in summer warms up to a maximum of +23 +24 degrees and often waves on the beach.
You can also stay overnight with a child in an inexpensive guest house. Conditions here will be simpler, but there will be a playground on the territory and amenities in the room.
If the child does not tolerate long journeys, we do not recommend traveling in Morocco by car. Attractions in Morocco are located quite far from each other. Travels by car from point to point often take from 4 hours. Some sections of the path pass along mountain winding roads. On main (toll) highways every ~ 30 km. there are gas stations with parking lots, toilets, restaurants and playgrounds where you can take a break from the road. There are no such stops on secondary roads, and even gas stations are much less common.
Necessary items for children can also be purchased in supermarkets, shopping centers, pharmacies or small shops in the hotel or nearby.
For older children, the best attraction will be a camel, ATV or mule ride.
The brightest emotions will be given by the night in the desert under the stars and dancing to the drums by the fire.
Creative kids will love the artisan workshop and pottery, Arabic calligraphy and Moroccan sweets.
There is no animation in Morocco hotels as a rule. Only a few hotels can boast of children’s clubs, but in all, without exception, there is an opportunity to use babysitting services.
For a beach holiday with children in Morocco, choose Tangier with its access to the Mediterranean Sea, the secluded lagoon Oualidia or the Europeanized Agadir. Here you and your little ones will be guaranteed excellent swimming.
It is best to take children aged 9-10 on sightseeing tours with daily transfers of 3-8 hours. Long journeys can be broken up with overnight stays in charming guest houses in small towns and mountain villages if desired and time available.
Older children who can handle travel well will enjoy the desert tour with tents among the dunes, camel riding and quad biking. They will remember such an adventure for a long time!
For the child, you should take seasonal comfortable clothes, preferably made from natural fabrics, as well as several warm clothes, a light jacket, comfortable shoes, sandals, beach slippers, a hat and sunscreen. For a small child, do not forget to take diapers, diapers, bottles, pacifiers, favorite toys and books to Morocco, a portable “kangaroo” bag or sling will not hurt, since moving around the cities of Morocco with a stroller is extremely difficult due to the hilly terrain and narrow streets. with stairs.
Morocco is a country with loyal attitude to animals
|1. Pet Microchip||Your pet needs a fifteen-digit microchip in accordance with ISO 11784 to enter Morocco.
If you do not meet ISO requirements, you will need your own microchip scanner.
|2. Vaccinations||Your pet should get the rabies vaccine between 21 days and 6 months prior to travel.|
|3. Rabies Titer Test||For pets arriving in Morocco from countries other than the United States and Tunisia for less than 12 months, a rabies titer test must be performed. It should be given at least 30 days after the initial rabies vaccination. The test must be performed 3-12 months before the flight.|
|4. Health Certificate||If you are traveling from the United States or Canada, a USDA (or CFIA) accredited veterinarian must obtain a USDA or CFIAE approved health certificate for Argentina. Further, the health and rabies certificates are sent to the nearest Moroccan consulate with a receipt for payment of $ 33 and an additional envelope for return with prepaid postage.
If you are traveling from other countries, the government agency of your country responsible for the import and export of animals approves the forms 3 days before arrival in Morocco.
All animals arriving in Morocco must be examined by a licensed veterinarian within 24 hours. The result of the inspection must be attached to other animal certificates.
|5. Ticks and Tapeworm Treatment||It is recommended to get your pets treated for external and internal parasites.|
|6. Entering by Air||Arriving in Morocco with pets (as luggage or air cargo) is allowed only through the international airport of Casablanca Mohammed V. You must always have your pet’s identification document.
If at the time of arrival, during the examination of the pet, signs of illness are found, you will need to contact a licensed veterinarian for examination.
|7. Banned breeds||In Morocco, the import of any dangerous dog breeds, such as pit bulls and others, is prohibited.|
|8. Other Animals||Birds, rodents, rabbits, reptiles, fish, mammals, invertebrates, amphibians, rodents are not subject to rabies vaccination requirements, but must have a health certificate. Pet owners should request the necessary information from the relevant authorities in their country and / or country of destination.|
|9. CITES||If your pet is not a cat, dog or ferret, make sure that it is not a species protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Animals of Wildlife (CITES). If your pet is a rare species, then you should get special permits.|
You can transport your pet on public transport in a suitable carrier.
It is better to discuss this issue directly with the driver.
There are enough hotels in the Morocco where you can stay with your pets and you can choose one of them when booking.
If all of the above rules are met, there will be no problems traveling with animals in the Morocco
Transporting animals long distances is a huge stress for them. Please consider this fact in order not to harm your little friend.
And if you cannot leave your pet under the supervision of the house, then take care of purchasing the most comfortable carrying and take with you enough medicines to solve the problems of the animal as soon as possible.
Morocco is a land of delicious food with beautiful cultural attractions. To make your vacation as unforgettable as possible, we advise you to take a car and drive around the country, but before that it is better to familiarize yourself with some of the rules:
Mandatory use of child restraints
It is forbidden to use the phone and negotiate without a speakerphone or headset.
Get ready, the road signs are pretty much the same in Morocco.
When renting a car in Morocco, it is forbidden to travel abroad or transport the car by ferry.
One-way car rental within the country is only possible between certain rental locations, for a possible additional fee. One-way rental is internationally prohibited.
Also avoid driving at night.
It is allowed to drive a car at night without headlights if the speed of the car does not exceed 20 km / h, however, we strongly do not recommend doing this
|Speed limit||Rural||100 km/h|
|Highway||90 to 100 km/h|
|Minimal driving age||18 years|
|Minimal rental age||25 years|
|Seat belts||Seat belts must be worn in the front and in the rear|
There are toll roads in Morocco, they are most often laid between major cities, such as: between Rabat, Casablanca, Ves and Essaouira. The fare costs approximately 2 or 3 USD. There is also always a way of free roads, their condition is worse, however, they can reach speeds of up to 100 km / h.
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На территории гостиницы имеется парковка.
Заселение в 14:00.
Окрестности гостиницы, удобства Расположение на карте или проверьте другие варианты
Рекомендем погулять. Проходит 10 мин. Расстояние 500 м.
Отдохните и расслабьтесь! Шезлонг и зонт обычно стоят от 3-5 EUR, но если у вас есть собственный, вы легко найдете общественный пляж с бесплатным входом.
Ресторан - "Piceri Cekodima". Еда: пицца, местная, средиземноморская.
Цена 15-25 EUR
Вылет из Тираны
Цена билетов начинается от 45 EUR "Rynair".
Посмотреть другие варианты.
Прибытие в Вильнюс
Из аэропорта Вильнюса "Rynair", на карте , напоминание
Прилет в Тирану
Аренда авто, на карте
Заезд в 14:00. Время в пути обычно 20 мин, час пик 40-60 мин.На карте
Банк Албании. Напоминание .На карте
MC Donald's Works круглосуточно и без выходных.На карте
Bunkart2 - Время работы с 10 до 19. На карте
Ресторан - "À la Santé". На карте
Завтрак подается до 10 утра.
"Rezidenca Cehodhima". Заезд в 14:00
"Radhine beach" - рекомендуем погулять. На карте
Ресторан "Cekodima". На карте
"Rezidenca Cehodhima" - Рекомендуем вернуться в отель на пляже.На карте
Вылет из Тираны. На карте Напоминание
Прибытие в Вильнюс
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