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Euros or Dirhams

Lampeter
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Euros or Dirhams

Going to Marrakech in Sept should I take Euros or change Sterling into Dirhams after arriving?

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1. Re: Euros or Dirhams

Euros would be handy for Spain, France, Germany, etc. But the currency in Morocco is dirhams.

Withdraw money from an ATM as you need it using your bank debit card. Check out the 'banks and money' link under 'top questions'.

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3. Re: Euros or Dirhams

Re the last post, yes you can take Euros to change in Morocco (if you have some spare) but why would anyone change GBP into Euros and then change Euros into Dirhams. There is no point doing this and I cannot see any advantages. Read this article, it will hopefully alay any further concerns you may have: tripadvisor.com/Travel-g293730-s601/Morocco:…

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4. Re: Euros or Dirhams

I fully agree with the advice given about ATMs above but always take a credit card, too, just to provide a safety net.

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