This recommendation has no binding effect and it works as a simple opinion or an advice.

The State does not seem responsible in no way or by any concept of the damage or the damages which, by the observance and by the ignorance or the not attention of the recommendation, could be caused to the persons or the properties, not considering the said recommendation that the title does not protect claim in that direction.

It is also noteworthy that in these times no region and no country is immune from possible terrorist acts.
Before making a trip abroad, it is recommended to include their data in the registry (Control) computer Travellers of this Ministry to facilitate  the attention possible in situations of emergency or necessity.

A last modification: on 29/11/2012 (The recommendation of journey is effective in a today's date)

Important notes

WE RECOMMEND TO TRAVEL WITH CAUTION. It is suggested to read carefully through the rest of these travel recommendations.

It reminds to the persons and the entities that, mainly for motives for development aid and they wish to cross the Moroccan territory, in a destination of the third should consult the recommendations of journey in which they are managed. We recommend the scrupulous fulfillment of the Moroccan regulations.

To enter Morocco, you need a valid passport with a minimum of 3 months. The maximum stay legal permits for tourists is three months per year. If they wish to continue, you must move to the corresponding services of police. In case of noncompliance, there may be delays and inconvenience to the output (departure) of Morocco.

Coordinates of the Embassy of Morocco in Spain
Mountain, 179 28002 Madrid
Tel.: 91.563.10.90
Fax: 91.561.78.87

Documents Needed:
Passport / DNI:

To enter Morocco, there is a passport required by a small force of three months. The maximum stay legal permits for tourists is three months per year. If he wants to extend it, he must move to the corresponding services of police. In case of noncompliance, there may be delays and inconvenience to the output (departure) of Morocco.

Visas: Spanish citizens do not need a tourist visa to visit the country.
vaccines:
Required: None.
Recommended: A tuberculosis.
For more information, consult the following web page:
Www.msc.es/ciudadanos/proteccionSalud/v acunaciones / home.htm

Standards for Currencies:

The national currency is the DH is divided into 100 cents. The Central Bank sets the daily exchange rate of the dirham against major foreign currencies.Currently, the price is 1 € = 11.30 Dirhams. The dirham has no external convertibility being subjected to the import and export control prior to the Exchange Office.There is no restriction on the entry of foreign currency, in any case, it must be said.It is recommended to keep the defenses of change (exchange) made ​​to avoid any difficulty at the time of exit.In hotels, restaurants and bazaars of cities, payment is accepted that the existing currency risk that the change does not fit applied strictly at the official day, although it may carry refills or commissions by change (exchange) additional.It is recommended to change (exchange) in banks. Currently, the price is 1 euro equals approximately 11 dirhams.

Safety conditions:

In the light of the current international situation and, in particular, the events in the North of Africa and the Middle East, we cannot spread the possibility of a type of terrorist aggression or violent attack in roads (ways) or public places, and specially against western interests.On April 28th, 2011, 17 persons died and about twenty are hurt having exploited a bomb in the snack-bar - restoring the Crane on the place Jamaâ Le Fna of Marrakesh, the place frequented by the international tourism which arrives in said city .

In larger cities, the development of flight systems is appreciated by neglect and apprentice  and theft with violence occurred, through the use of weapons, in what care must excel. It is recommended to adopt a cautious attitude and a report of possible accidental companies .

Risk areas (to be avoided):

They do not identify themselves but avoid military areas (where it is forbidden to photograph) and the desert without signaling. In the latter, the proximity to the Algerian border can be problematic in power the cross without noticing.
Areas of medium risk:

If we travel desert zones or in little populated rural zones there, it is recommended to make it with a vehicle, In the mountains of Rif, we find certain danger as is identified by a beam about 50 kilometers around the zone of Ketama, with an extreme caution because of the presence of persons who sometimes try to sell a hashish to the foreign tourists. It is very recommended that the travels by this zone are made in a group and during the day.

Areas without risk (problems) :

The rest.

Sanitary conditions:

Sanitary conditions in Morocco are generally correct. In major cities can be used in case of a need for private clinics where you will have good trained professionals frequently in Spain or France.However, in smaller cities, and generally in rural areas, sanitary facilities are of a much lower level, with little staff support and sparsely described.We have recourse only to the hospital in case of extreme urgency being preferable, after appropriate place optional, return to place of origin.

Should be pushed to the extreme hygiene measures, paying attention to food (washing all fruits for example), drink (bottled water in addition to the major cities) and housing. For this, the positions (places) where street food is served and those on the development of roads should be avoided.

During the summer, it is recommended to avoid consumption of salads and you need a preventive against intestinal disorders, traveling long pellets (platelets) anti diarrheal.

Other Recommendations:
- TRAVEL RECOMMENDATIONS:

The entry to a Moroccan territory with a vehicle remains reflected in the police individual index card of the interested by what he recommends to go out always with the same vehicle with which the entry was realized, if only we cannot justify with foundation the reason of the office of the vehicle in Morocco.Moreover, if the input is made in Morocco using a vehicle that we do not own, it is necessary to be provided with an assignment document duly validated before the diplomatic or consular representation in Moroccan Spain.

If he wants to sink into the desert and the isolated zones, it is advisable to be equipped well and to trade the services of a good reliable guide, a connoisseur of the region.

It is important to trade in an origin an insurance of reliable journey which includes a help and the repatriation on medical grounds, in its case, which can seem very expensive. If we travel with a vehicle, this one must be preferably insured with the possible maximal cover.

The geographical situation in Morocco allows to exist a séismique risk. The global recommendations of protection have to be consequently kept in account in case of a séismique movement of the walls, windows, glazed cupboards, trees, cartels and similar, and on the contrary be situated in open spaces or in the coat under a resistant piece of furniture or a doorstep, by maintaining the peace.

If we wish to travel with a pet, we recommend in Morocco to consult, the Moroccan regulations relative to the acceptance and the current European woman for return in Spain (the Regulation CE-N one 998/2003), considering the existence of isolated buds of rabies in Morocco.

We can enter in Morocco with no type of weapon (except whom a permission was acquired for it). We can in no case enter with ammunitions, in ,its case, who must be acquired in the country.
The big concentrations of persons recommend to be avoided.

- RECOMMENDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR:
DRUGS: in Morocco the ownership of drugs is punished, good whether it is for The penalties for consumption can oscillate between one month and five years in prison, according to the recurrence possible, in addition to has liqueur brandy of 1,200 typical DH administrative and other penalties imposed by Customs, the amount of which vary been worth of the drugs seized. By drug trafficking, to impose penalties ranging from 5 to years 30 in prison, depending we the circumstances and the accused is have recidivist yet not, in addition to liqueur brandies previously reported. Moroccan authorities have used to require full house payment of liqueur brandies imposed have has condition of considering requests for copies of the prisoners in Spain, in fulfillment of existing bilateral treaty one the subject.an own consumption, of any type of drug, with independence of the planned very standardization for the drug trafficking.

Morocco is a Confessional State, and that is why the official religion - Islam - affects the personal status of its citizens (urban) conditions and sometimes also the conduct of foreign tourists. The practice of other religious faiths is permitted but proselytism is forbidden and is pursued.
It is advisable to know that, according to the legislation in force, the homosexual relations can be object of penal persecution
In case to break the current law in Morocco, by giving a place to the termination by the local corresponding Authority, he(it) is recommend to communicate immediately with the most nearby Spanish Consulate or with the closest Consulate of the European Union.
Moroccan Customs have the legal possibility to seize the vehicle that transports goods "smuggling", knowing as such, forbidden goods (drugs, a press or videos of sex, or religious propaganda publications critical the political situation) or property not in excess of the legally permitted as alcohol and tobacco. In any case, ignorance and personal use can not be claimed.
Dressing appropriately and without attracting much attention can prevent mishaps.
It is recommended to ask for a permission to the closest police agent before photographing a public building, by if limitations existed by reasons of safety(security) in this sense(direction).
The Moroccan Atlantic beaches are used to being from an open sea, with strong currents, by the fact that we have to take to the extreme the precaution.

It is recommended to push the extreme precautions sport called risk (such as paragliding), as well as in the conduct of quads and other vehicles engine.
The network of railcars is good and, the state of the same is openly acceptable. All the railcars are of a toll. However, it is advisable to circulate with precaution, by the careless attitude of many drivers and by the usual crossing of pedestrians and the animals by the quoted roads.
Moroccan roads are generally hazardous due to heavy traffic on main roads or a reason for maintaining (maintenance) deficient secondary roads
It should be noted, in this sense, the passage of pedestrians usual, as well as animals, roads, signage and poor attitude of careless and reckless some drivers. It is essential to adapt to the local regulation of traffic and avoid traffic at night. In case of an accident the car should not move until the arrival of the Royal staff.
By phoning since Morocco we put necessarily a zero before any number.

 

Prefixes perticuliers / Telephones of interest

212: Prefixed the Country

Telephones of interest: useful Telephone numbers:

NATIONAL LEVEL PHONE FROM THE POLICE IN: 19

COUNTRYMAN PHONE FROM THE GENDARMERIE A SURROUNDING WALL(SPEAKER): 177

TELEPHONE IN CASE OF FIRE(PERSON AFFECTED BY THE FIRE): 15

A TELEPHONE OF INFORMATION-MOROCCO TELECOM: 160

The representation of Spain?:

GENERAL CONSULATE IN AGADIR

Chancellery: 49, rue Ibn Batouta, mixed sector. 3179. - Agadir.

Téléphone/s: (212 528) 84 57 10/84 56 81

Consular emergency mobile phone: +212 ) 661 080 470

Fax/es: +212 ) 84 58 43. Direction(management) of mail: cog.agadir@maec.es

Web site: http: // www.mae.es / consulados / Agadir / are/

GENERAL CONSULATE OF CASABLANCA

Chancellery: 29, rue d' Alger. - 20.000 Casablanca.

Téléphone/s: (212 522) 22 07 52 / 22 59 06 and 22 18 95.

Consular emergency mobile phone: 212 ) 6 60488 848

Fax/es: (212 522) 20 50 49.

Mailing address: cog.casablanca@maec.es

Web site: http: // www.mae.es/consulados/casablanca/es/hom e

Commercial office(desk): 33, You. Moulay Youssef - On 2000 Casablanca.

Téléphone/s: (212 522) 31 31 18. Fax/es: (212 522) 31 32 70.

Cervantes institute: 31, rue d' Alger. - 20000 Casablanca.

Téléphone/s: (212 522) 26 73 37. Fax/es: (212 522) 26 86 34.

GENERAL CONSULATE OF NADOR

Av chancellery. Hassan II, 47 POB 7. - Nador. - 7

Téléphone/s: (212 536) 60 61 36 / 60 65 24 there 32 06

Consular emergency telephone: +212 ) 6 61764 005

Fax/es: (212 536) 60 61 52.

E-mail: cog.nador maec.es

Web site: http: // www.mae.es / consulados / nador / be / home

GENERAL CONSULATE OF FLAP(RABAT)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs: 1, Av(Avenue). Ennasar - Rabat..

Telephone/: (212 537) 68 74 70.

Consular emergency telephone: +212 ( 212 537 ) + 66 0 91 56 47.

Fax/: (212 537) 68 18 56.

E-mail: cog.rabat maec.es

Web site: http: // www.mae.es / consulados / flap / are / home

Cervantes institute: residence Walilli, 5. Street Douiat, U.N. POB 2253-. Fes

Telephone/: (212 535) 73 20 04.

Fax/: (212 535) 73 20 04.

GENERAL CONSULATE OF Tangier

Chancellery: 85, Avenue Président Habib Bourguiba - Tanger..

Telephone/: (212 539) 93 70 00, 93 41 90, 93 56 25 and 93 51 40.

Emergency consular telephone: (212 539) 6 61202 135.

Fax/: (212 539) 93 23 81 and 93 27 70.

E-mail: cog.tanger maec.es

Web site: http: // www.mae.es / consulados / Tangier / are / home

Cervantes institute: 99, Av(Avenue). Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah.

Telephone/: (212 539) 93 20 01 and 93 13 40.

Fax/: (212 539) 94 76 30.

GENERAL CONSULATE OF Tétouan

Chancellery: avenue Mohamed V, 34. POB 702. - Tétouan.

Telephone/: (212 539) 70 39 84, 70 39 86 and 70 39 87.

Consular emergency telephone: +212 ) 6 430 61 705.

Fax/: (212 539) 70 44 85.

E-mail: cog.tetuan maec.es

Web site: http: // www.mae.es / consulados / tetuan / be / home

Cervantes institute: 3, Avenue Mohamed Torres. POB 87 7-. Tétouan.

Telephone/: (212 539) 96 70 56 and 96 12 39.

Fax/: (212 539) 96 61 23.

EMBASSY OF FLAP(RABAT)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs: street Ain Khalouiya. Rte. Zaers, Suissi 5,300 km.

Telephone / (212 537) 63 39 00.

Emergency telephone: +212 ) 6 647 60 915

Fax/: (212 537) 63 06 00 and 63 05 99.

E-mail: emb.rabat maec.es

Web site: http: // www.mae.es / embajadas / flap / are / home

Ministry of employment and the Safety(Security): street Ain Khalouiya. Rte. Zaers, Km 5.300 ( Souissi). - Rabat

Telephone/: (212 537) 63 39 60 and 63 39 13.

Fax/: (212 537) 63 39 44

E-mail: constrab.rabat mtin.es

Ministry of Agriculture, the Food(Supply) and the Environment: street Ain Khalouiya, Road of Zaers, Km 5.300 ( Souissi) - Rabat.

Telephone/: (212 537) 63 39 94 and 63 39 92.

Fax/: (212 537) 63 04 76.

E-mail: crabat@megrama.es

Cultural office(desk): street Ain Khalouiya, Road of Zaers, Km 5.300 ( Souissi) - Rabat.

Telephone/: (212 537) 63 39 19.

AECID office(desk) of the technical cooperation: street Ain Khalouiya, Road of Zaers, Km 5.300 ( Souissi) - Rabat.

Telephone/: (212 537) 63 39 21.

Fax/: (212 537) 65 64 04.

E-mail: oficina@aecid.ma

Department of the legal cooperation: street Ain Khalouiya. Rte. Zaers, Km 5.300 ( Souissi). - Rabat.

Telephone/: (212 537) 63 39 51.

Fax/: (212 537) 63 25 01


Cervantes institute: 5, Zankat Madnine - Rabat

Telephone/: (212 537) 70 87 38, 73 65 33 and 20 37 17

Fax/: (212 537) 70 02 79

E-mail: cenrab@cervantes.es

Attaché of La Defense: street Ain Khalouiya, Road of Zaers, Km 5.300 ( Souissi) - Rabat

Telephone/: (212 537) 63 39 39

Fax/: (212 537) 75 91 22

E-mail: condebrab@oc.mde.es

Sales department: 78, Avenue du Chellah - Rabat

Telephone/: (212 537) 76 07 41, 76 17 07 and 76 61 36

Fax/: (212 537) 76 81 82

E-mail: rabat@comercio.mineco.es


Ministry of Education and of the Science: 9 Av(Avenues). Marrakesh - Rabat

Telephone/: (212 537) 76 75 58 and 76 75 59

Fax/: (212 537) 76 75 57

E-mail: consejeria.ma educacion.es

Ministry of Information: street Ain Khalouiya, Road of Zaers, Km 5.300 ( Souissi) - Rabat

Telephone/: (212 537) 63 39 00

Fax/: (212 537) 63 03 99

E-mail: infembsp@mtds.com