Moroccans are not too fond of alcohol. It's considered "haram", not allowed. It's often associated with crime. While they are allowed to sell and drink alcohol, they are not allowed to display alcohol in plain view.
This means you're not allowed to carry a bottle of alcohol in the streets unless it's in a bag and you certainly can't drink it in the street.
All of the larger supermarkets sell alcohol. You can also buy it in special stores. Officially, it's prohibited to sell it after 7 PM but this is fairly flexible. As a tourist, you'll find many supermarket managers happy bend the rules a little.
The bars in Morocco don't have terraces facing out to public places. Most of them have blinded windows.
This makes the bars dark and quite unwelcoming. Most women who enter these places are automatically assumed to be prostitutes.
If you want to go for a drink in Morocco, your best bet is to go to one of the bars in the major hotels for a quiet drink. Another option is a licensed restaurant.
The Moroccan rail system runs along two branches: from Casablanca to Oujda, and from Tangier to Marrakech. Second-class travel is quite comfortable for most journeys. In summer, note that first class ensures...
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