Arab World


01. Morocco > Communication and Transport



Citizens of the USA, Canada, Australia and the EU require a passport valid for at least six months from date of entry but do not need a visa for stays of up to 90 days. Other nationals should contact the embassy to check visa requirements.


There are 25 air terminals including 10 international airports (Agadir, Al-Hoceima, Casablanca-Mohamed V, Fes-Saiss, Marrakech, Rabat-Sale, Tangiers, Oujda, Laayoune, Dakhla).


Morocco is served by a number of foreign airlines as well as Royal Air Maroc.

Royal Air Maroc
44, Av de l'Armée Royale
Casablanca, Morocco
Tel: +212 2 31 11 22
Fax: +212 2 44 24 09


Morocco has 1,907 kilometres of normal track with lines from Casablanca to Algeria via Meknes and Oujda, Casablanca-Marrakesh, Casablanca-Tangier-Oujda-Colomb Bechar and Casablanca-Oued-Zem. There are also branch lines to the phosphate and coal mines.


There are over 57,500 km of roads, 32,000 paved. Vehicles drive on the right.


There are 21 ports including nine major ones (Casablanca, Tangiers, Kenitra, Safi, Mohamedia, Agadir, Nador, Jorf-Lasfar and Tan-Tan.)

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