Despite having opened its doors to guests in 2008, this boutique hotel has been around for much longer as it once was a historic luxury mansion dating back to 1933. Now, after...
H Riad Le Calife
Hotel in Fez resort
A Fes Saiss International Airport
Airport in Fez city
Morocco, Figures and Facts
Varying widely from region to region and subject to seasonal changes, the weather in Morocco is hard to classify. However, in general terms the North African country's climate can be said to be mostly dry and hot during the summer months while mild and wet during the winter. On the Mediterranean coast you can expect to find warm and mild temperatures all-year-long while inland regions will invariably have much hotter and drier conditions. The months in between seasons are the best for visiting.
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Local laws & customs
Due to local customs and etiquette rules some countries observe a strict dress code. This is especially true for most Muslim countries. Please show respect for local customs and dress accordingly so as not to offend locals or attract unwanted attention.
Some countries also have strict custom laws on what items you can import and export. Always check with the local tourist board before travelling.
Be aware that prior to visiting some countries you may need to get specific immunisation against some diseases. Consult your local GP and check with the FCO website to find out if you will need any vaccinations before travelling. Also, to ensure your health is covered while you’re away it might be worth investing in some health insurance. In some countries this is a strict requirement.
Some countries require specific permits or visas to allow entry. Please ensure your passport is up to date in advance and check the FCO website for more detailed information.
Best time to travel
mid-March to May and September to November
10% in bars, restaurants and taxis
To call Morocco from the UK dial 00
To call the UK from Morocco dial 0044 followed by your phone number
Electricity in Morocco is 120 volts / 50Hz. Most common socket / plugs are type C
Type E plugs/sockets are also in use, currently converting to 220 volts