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Money and costs

Daily Costs
Budget (up to)
Dh750
  • Budget double room: Dh250–Dh350
  • Cheap museum entrance fees: Dh10–Dh50
  • Tajine at a canteen: Dh35–50
  • Evening entertainment at Djemaa el-Fna: Free, plus tip
Midrange
Dh750–1400
  • Riad double room: Dh550–Dh750
  • Three-course set-lunch menu: Dh120–Dh170
  • Glass of wine: Dh50–Dh60
  • Half-day cycling tour: Dh350
Top end (more than)
Dh1400
  • Boutique-riad double room: from Dh800
  • Dinner in palace-style restaurant: Dh300–Dh600
  • Cocktail at bar: Dh80–Dh100
  • Private hammam soak and scrub: from Dh250

ATMs are found around Djemaa el-Fna in the medina and along Ave Mohammed V in the ville nouvelle.

Tipping

Tipping is an integral part of Moroccan life; almost any service can warrant a tip. Although you shouldn't feel railroaded, the judicious distribution of a few dirham for a service willingly rendered can make your life a lot easier.

  • Restaurants 10% is standard.

  • Cafes Dh2.

  • Museum guides Dh10; more for great service.

  • Bag porters Dh3-5 is standard.

  • Public-toilet attendants Leave Dh1-2.

  • Car park attendants Dh3-5; Dh10 for overnight.