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Useful addresses

United Kingdom

Moroccan National Tourist Office – 205 Regent Street - London W1B 4HB - t 0207 437 0073/74 - www.visitmorocco.com

Moroccan Embassy – 49 Queen’s Gate Garden - London SW7 5NE - t 0207 581 5001/4 - fax 020 7225 3862 - www.moroccanembassylondon.org.uk

Republic of Ireland

Moroccan Embassy – 39 Raglan Road - Ballsbridge - Dublin - t 01 660 9449 - fax 01 660 9468 - sifamdub@indigo.ie

When to go

The climate varies greatly in terms of temperatures between winter and summer or day and night throughout most of the country, although temperatures along the Atlantic coast are relatively mild.

From May to September, the weather is hot and dry, almost suffocating when the chergui blows.

From October to April, the weather is cooler, unstable and sometimes rainy.

Time difference

Winter and summer alike there is no time difference between Morocco and the United Kingdom and Ireland, with the exception of a few weeks due to differences in the date of daylight saving times.


Passport valid for at least 3 months after return home.


Also see Practical A to Z.

Recommended vaccinations: DT polio, typhoid.

Travel insurance is advisable (automatically provided by some bank cards).

First Aid Kit

Don’t forget to pack painkillers, anti-diarrhoea medication, skin disinfectant, antipruritic cream and water purifying tablets.


Tourism and transport – www.visitmorocco.com - www.morocco-travel.com - www.travel-in-morocco.com - www.tourism-in-morocco.com - www.riads.fr - www.oncf.ma

News and current affairs – www.moroccodaily.com

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