|Apartment (1 bedroom) outside of centre||$180.49|
|1 Pair of Jeans||$57.64|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$11.37|
|Local cheese (1kg)||$8.99|
|Cinema, international release, 1 seat||$6.15|
|Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment||$56.94|
|Imported beer at restaurant||$3.81|
Morocco lies towards the northern parts of Africa. This country is blessed to have two coastlines, one across the Atlantic coast while the other is near Mediterranean Sea. It also shares a border with Algeria, Western Sahara and Spanish islands of Ceuta. The most important event in this region’s calendar is Ramadan festival, Islam devotees fast at daytime only breaking the event at sunset. In addition, there are cheap flights to Morocco for all international visitors. They can book tickets online if they want to save costs.
Most restaurants remain closed at this time except those meant to cater for tourists. Moreover, travelling during Ramadan is feasible for outsiders since these rules aren't applicable to foreigners. Liquor consumption isn't controlled for travelers during this time. Moreover, there are numerous restaurants and small bars which serve plenty of brewed alcohol.
When travelling within the country, visitors can use luxury coaches that traverse the streets using specific timetables. All coach firms charge separate rates for baggage, plus there’s absolutely no limit to the amount of goods one can carry, just provided they can pay the amount due. Cheap flights to Morocco also connect to the capital city of Rabat. It only costs 400$ to book a ticket.
There are also local bus services for those who aren't afraid of using public transport. It costs much less to travel this way than using taxi, even though comfort isn't necessarily guaranteed. This country is reputed for its international class cuisine. These desserts proudly bear the nation’s colonial heritage, perfectly blended with few Arabic influences.
Most Moroccans prefer dining at their homes so the restaurants are left to international travelers. They serve exquisite dishes borrowed from Chinese, French and Indian cuisines. The staple food is called Couscous, a tasty cereal dish consisting of semolina grains that are nicely steamed in a small colander-like bowl. It may be served lightly as a stew desert, or blended together with veggies and meat and served as main dish.
The hotels in Morocco can be described as a subject of choice. There are several luxurious accommodations fit for any kind of budget, whether cheap or expensive. Nevertheless, those who can’t afford standard hotels can consider Auberges cottages. They are more cost effective and come with facilities such as wood fireplaces, roof terraces and extra-comfortable beds.