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Health Insurance

health Insurance
Although it is very close to Spain, Morocco is not part of Europe and that is something to consider when planning a trip there, because the minor medical problem could become a real headache.
The Moroccan national health care system leaves much to be desired, so it makes sense in the case of illness would go to a private hospital to receive the necessary attention. The price of private hospitals is usually quite high, so it is advisable to purchase health insurance in order to avoid problems during the trip.
 
Check all insurance
You may have travel medical insurance unknowingly because sometimes car insurance and home insurance coverage offered outside Spain.
Before hiring Look back travel insurance also clauses of credit cards because, in many cases, offer a small insurance to pay for the flight with them.
 
Hire your travel medical insurance
If after checking disponéis not any travel insurance you have decided to hire one, we recommend you to check the rates of Columbus Direct, this is an important offering insurance coverage at the best price. You can take out insurance online very simply.
Although it is very close to Spain, Morocco is not part of Europe and that is something to consider when planning a trip there, because a minor medical problem could become a headache.
 

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Public holidays

Although some of the festivities lack exact dates, it is always interesting to know what are the most important days of celebration of a place before I met him.
- Christian New Year: January 1.
- Declaration of Independence: 11 January. In 1944 he introduced the "Manifesto of Independence" demanding recognition of the independence of Morocco.
- Labor Day: May 1.
- Anniversary of the Prophet (Aid Al Mawaoulid): Commemoration of the birth of Prophet Muhammad.
- Feast of the Throne: July 30. Festival to commemorate the coronation of King Mohammed VI.
- Loyalty Festival (Oued Eddahab): 14 August. Commemoration of the occupation of Rio de Oro
- Day of the Revolution of the King and the People: August 20. Celebration in memory of the Revolution of Morocco in which Mohammed V and his people joined in the fight for independence.
- Ramadan Ninth month of the Muslim calendar (corresponding to the months of August or September). For 30 days remains the fast until sunset.
- Anniversary of the Green March: 6 November. The Green March was the strategy initiated by Morocco on November 6, 1975 to try to occupy the Spanish Sahara.
- Independence Day: November 18. Although Morocco's independence was achieved on March 2, 1956, King Mohammed V proclaimed not until 18 November that year.
- End of Ramadan (Eid-al-Fitr): Completion of the month of fasting known as Ramadan.
- Feast of the Sacrifice (Eid al Adha): Date variable. Commemoration of Abraham's sacrifice in obedience to God. This is one of the most important festivals of the Muslim calendar, in which families gather to enjoy the sacrificial lamb.
- Muslim New Year (Fatih Mouharram): Date variable.
Although some of the festivities lack exact dates, it is always interesting to know what are the most important days of celebration of a place before going there.

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Official currency

The official currency of Morocco is the Moroccan dirham (dh). The symbol is MAD (Moroccan Dirham). The plural of dirham is darahim, although dirhams is commonly accepted.
Each dirham santimat can be divided into 100.
Banknotes and coins
In Marrakech you will find notes of 20, 50, 100, 200 dirhams. Coins in circulation are 1, 5, 10 and 20 santimat and 0.5, 1, 2, 5 and 10 dirhams. The 1 santim now no longer minted.
 
Banks and ATMs
You will find banks and ATM 7.5 km from Riyadh
 
How to pay?
The best way to save is to pay fees by credit card whenever possible. To pay by credit card exchange rate is the current time and the maximum fee, depending on the card issuer, typically 1%.
 
Where to change money?
Although you will not have problems paying with euros or dollars, sellers will always change very favorable for them. In establishments where you can not pay by credit card is the best pay in dirhams.
If you need money urgently you can also make the change at the airport or in hotels, but the exchange rate is not very favorable.
Due to tourism, there are places like the riads where the Euro has become the official currency.
Exchange rate
Change is about 11 dirhams one euro.
tips
Normally leave between 10 and 15% tip in restaurants. In taxis, if the driver has fulfilled the meter and the legality, not hurts to leave a 10% tip.
haggling
As in all Arab countries, haggling is part of the culture of the people of Marrakech. Except in restaurants, you will have to haggle (willingly or not) in each store and put the city, especially in the souk.
The official currency of Morocco is the Moroccan dirham (dh). The symbol is MAD (Morrocan dirham). The plural of dirham is darahim, although dirhams are commonly accepted. 
 

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Languages

The official language of Morocco is Arabic, but due to his past French and Spanish, the two languages are widely spoken, especially the first. French is the language in which higher education is taught.
Due to tourism and business needs, whether you speak French, English or Spanish you will not have problems to communicate with most of the population of Marrakech. Wherever you are you will find someone who "chapurree" something in Spanish.
 
Useful expressions in Arabic
Although, as we say, will not need to put much emphasis on learning their language, always good to know the basics to look good. We leave this link to learn a few words in Arabic - Arab travelers, also we leave this link to a PDF document in which you have words in Berber
The official language of Morocco is Arabic, but due to his past French and Spanish, the two languages are widely spoken, especially the first. French is the language in which higher education is taught.
 

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Required documentation

You could say that Morocco is a country with quiet open borders. Most visitors do not need to obtain a visa to visit the country.

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