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Common description

Morocco

Сlimate

The climate when moving through Morocco changes somewhat.
The climate on the Mediterranean coast is mild, subtropical. The average temperature here in summer is about + 24-28 C (sometimes reaching + 30-35 C), and in winter + 10-12 C. When moving south, the climate becomes more continental, with hot (up to +37 C) in summer and cool (up to + 5 C) in winter. The daily temperature difference can reach 20 degrees.
The northwestern part of the country is greatly influenced by air masses from the Atlantic Ocean. Due to this, the climate here is cooler, and daily temperature differences are much lower than in the rest of the country. In the mountainous areas of the Atlas, the climate strongly depends on the altitude of the place. Precipitation ranges from 500-1000 mm. per year in the north to less than 200 mm. per year in the south. The western slopes of the Atlas occasionally receive up to 2000 mm. precipitation, there are even local floods, while in the south-east of the country there are years when precipitation does not fall at all.

Currency

Official name Moroccan dirham, coin: see
Bank tickets are issued in denominations of 10, 50, 100, 200 Dh, coins - 0.05, 0.5, 1, 5 Dh. $ 1 is approximately equal to 10 Moroccan dirhams. The exchange rate is quite stable, it is the same throughout the country and is set by the state. It is strictly forbidden to export currency from the country. Almost all shops, restaurants and hotels accept credit cards (Eurocard, MasterCard, Visa Inter, American Express, etc.).
Banks are open from Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 11.15 and from 14.15 to 16.00. Saturday and Sunday are days off. During Ramadan they work from 8.30 to 14.00. Hours may vary. Tipping: it is customary to give small tips, but often. In restaurants and hotels, even if tips are included in the bill, it is customary to pay an additional 10% of the bill. Tipping should be given to the person who served you, personally in hand.

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