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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. 
 
Each dirham can be divided into 100 santimat.

Banknotes and coins
In Morocco you will find notes of 20, 50, 100, 200 dirhams. Coins in circulation are 5, 10 and 50 cents and 1, 2, 5 and 10 dirhams.

Banks and ATMs
You will find banks and ATMs in the center of Ouarzazate.

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 use an exchange rate very favorable for them. In establishments where you can not pay by credit card we suggest you to pay in dirhams.
If you need money urgently you can also make the change at the airport or at the hotels, but the exchange rate is not favorable.
Due to the tourism, there are places like some riads where the Euro has become the official currency.

Exchange rate
The exchange rate is about 10 to 11 dirhams for 1 euro.

Tips
Normally you can give between 10 to 15% tip in restaurants. In taxis, even if the driver has fulfilled the meter you can also give 10% tip.
 
Haggling
As in all Arab countries, haggling is part of the culture of people. Except in the restaurants, you show haggle (willingly or not) in every store, especially in the souk.