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Before You Go
There are no specific vaccines required for Marrakesh. Make sure you're up to date with your diphtheria, tetanus, and polio shots. Hepatitis A and B vaccinations are also recommended.
Adequate health insurance is strongly recommended. Marrakesh's public hospitals aren't great and private hospital care in the city is expensive.
Tap water in Marrakesh is safe though it tastes less than delicious. Some travellers though still suffer problems with the water because of different treatment systems. If you have a sensitive stomach, it's best to stick to bottled water or bring a water bottle with a filtration system along on your visit.
Clinique Internationale Recommended central private hospital.
Hôspital Ibn Tofaïl Public hospital.
Polyclinique du Sud Well-regarded private hospital in Guéliz.
A list of pharmacies operating night hours (known as Pharmacie de Garde) is posted on or beside the door of all chemists. For public holidays, the list will include pharmacies that are open during the day. For an online list and location map, refer to www.syndicat-pharmaciens-marrakech.com.
Pharmacie Centrale The go-to place for excellent advice, personal care and a reliable stock of medication.