Population Casablanca: 3,400,000 approximately
Tongue:the official language of Morocco is Arabic but, due to its French and Spanish past, the latter two languages are widely used. French is the language studied in Moroccan schools.
Religion: it is a Muslim country.
Currency: the currency of Morocco is the dirham. It cannot be exchanged outside the country's borders, therefore plan currency exchange and consider other forms of payment. There are currency exchange counters in the aeroyou bring, in some hotels and in many banks, you will have to show your passport to change money.
Credit cards: Check with your bank to find out where you can withdraw cash by credit card. Most banks in major Moroccan cities have ATMs. Change the currency as soon as you arrive. The vast majority of purchases and services are made in cash.
Time zone:GMT + 01: 00
Climate: Morocco is a land of contrasts. Bathed by the Mediterranean waters to the north and the waves of the Atlantic Ocean to the west, it is also crossed by the Rif and the Atlas; this means that the country is characterized by a great variety of climatic influences.
The rcoastal areas are exposed to the sun and remain constant throughout the year. In the inland areas, the climate is less Mediterranean and more similar to the continental one. To the south, the country opens up into the vastness of the Sahara. Spring and autumn are the best times to venture here. The sun shines and reflects on the dunes in an immensely sandy landscape.