|Name||Kingdom of Morocco|
|Population||34 million of inhabitants|
|Languages||Arabic, Amazigh, French, Spanish, English|
|National Day||July 30|
1 euro €= about 11 dirhams (MAD)
1 US dollar USD= about 9 dirhams (MAD)
Credit cards are accepted.
|Climate||hot between June and October (between 15°C and 34°C)|
|Telephone||00 (for international call) + 212 (country code of Morocco) + 9-digit number (the subscriber's number without the first 0).
For local calls, dial 10-digit number beginning with 0 (the next three digits correspond to the regional code).
Shops are generally open from 8:30 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 20:00 and more.
For travelling to Morocco, a current full passport is necessary; the nationals of European Union, Switzerland and Canada are exempt from visa.
As for other nationalities :
Website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation : www.diplomatie.ma
Rabat, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and situated between Casablanca and Tangier, is one of the four imperial cities and the modern capital of the Kingdom. It embraces, inside its long city walls, traces of the Almohad dynasty.
Rabat shelters the Royal Palace, and is the seat of government, ministries, administrations and embassies.
Five big gates allow to go into Rabat for the visit of its monuments and museums.
Restaurants of international cooking, moroccan gastronomy, fast food, tea rooms, ice cream shops, pancake shops, etc... Informations are avaible in Guide books of Rabat on sale in bookshops and kiosks.