Morocco is a safe and stable country. It is the travelers responsibility to check and confirm current visa requirements to enter Morocco. You may check with Moroccan Embassies and Consulates in your country whether you need a visa and how to obtain one if necessary.
Please note that at the time of preparation of this website the Citizens holding passports of the following countries do not need a visa to enter the Kingdom of Morocco (If your stay is longer than 90 days, a resident permit is required and can be issued by the Police Department of your place of residence in Morocco):
Algeria - Andorra - Argentina - Australia - Austria - Bahrain - Belgium - Brazil - Bulgaria - Canada - Chile - Congo (Brazaville) - Croatia - Cyprus - Czech Republic - Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Gabon - Germany - Great Britain - Greece - Guinea (Conakry) - Hong Kong - Hungary - Iceland - Indonesia - Ireland - Italy - Ivory Coast - Japan - Kuwait - Latvia - Liechtenstein - Lithuania - Luxemburg - Mali - Malta - Mexico - Monaco - Netherlands - New Zealand - Niger - Norway - Oman - Peru - Philippines - Poland - Portugal - Puerto Rico - Qatar - Romania - Russian Federation - Saudi Arabia - Senegal - Singapore (They can stay one month without visa) - Slovakia - Slovenia - South Korea - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - Tunisia - Turkey - United Arab Emirates - United States of America - Venezuela.

If you are not a citizen of one of the countries listed above, you can download the visa form on the Moroccan Consulate’s website.

Requests for Visa Support Letters

For security purposes, the conference has policy for issuing official Visa Support Letters as follows:
- Visa Support Letters will be issued only after you have successfully registered and paid for your conference.
- Visa Support Letters can only be issued for the person accepted to attend the conference.
Visa Support Letters will be issued via email in PDF format. Please contact the Conference Manager at to arrange for a Visa Support Letter. You must include:
- Your name as appears on your passport
- Your address
- Your Registration Confirmation Number
- And, if you are an author of an accepted paper or poster, please provide the title.
Note: Obtaining a Visa Support Letter from EMENA-ISTL 2018 Conference will not guarantee that your visa application to enter Morocco will be approved. The letter is merely supplementary information that explains a visa applicant's intended purpose of travel to Morocco.

How to get here?

The simpliest way to get to Marrakech is by air, with an average of two 2 to 3 hours flight from Europe.

Marrakech - Ménara Airport

visit this web site to see more about Marrakech Airoport

Buses into the city

The bus company Alsa operates regular Route 19 buses every day between Marrakesh Menara airport and both the medina (the stop is in a row of bus stops opposite the Koutoubia Mosque) and the new town.

Your flight is landing in Casablanca Mohammed V airport (CMN) instead of  Marrakech ?

Simply you can transfer from Casablanca airport to Marrakech city by Train, enjoy the around 2-hour trip in the comfort and security by train, you can Take Train directly from Casablanca Mohammed V airport  RAIL Train station directly to Fes city train Station.

don't hesitate to ask any Moroccan for information they are very friendlier


Any adult traveler visiting Morocco may import without customs formalities or payment of duties and taxes, the following quantities of tobacco, alcoholic beverages and perfumes:

  • Tobacco: 200 grams of manufactured tobacco for your personal consumption
  • Alcoholic beverages: a one-liter bottle of wine and a one-liter bottle of spirits (or another alcohol of the same size)
  • Perfumes and eau de toilette: a bottle of perfume (150 ml) and a bottle of eau de toilette (250 ml)

Some goods can not be imported into Morocco. These include: weapons, weapons and war ammunition; narcotics and psychotropic products; recorded writings, printed matter, cassettes and videocassettes and any object contrary to morality and public order; certain plants and plant products likely to be carriers of harmful organisms or dangerous for the national flora.


The currency is Moroccan dirham (MAD). You can bring with you Euro or US Dollars, and exchange once arrived. 


The voltage in Morocco is 220 V, and outlets will fit the ‘two-pin plug known as the Europlug.
Watch out for American and Canadian appliances, which are made to be used with 110V. That means that even with an adapter, plugging them into a 220V socket may damage them. If your appliance is “dual-voltage”, it should be fine (it’s designed for both 110 and 220V). If not, you’ll need a power converter as well as an adapter.

Morocco telecommunications

Morocco is one of the most mature telecommunications markets in Africa, with multiple international and local providers.  Morocco is developing its telecoms systems and investing extensively in hardware and networking infrastructure.  Market growth will be driven primarily by large, government-led projects including new e-government initiatives (e.g. the government’s digitalization initiative (“Maroc Numerique 2020”), smart cities projects, renewable energy projects, and transportation upgrades and expansions), as well as investments in telecommunications and banking and financing.

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