Is Morocco an expensive Country to visit ?

Is Morocco an expensive Country to visit ? the answer is not Compared to Europe, United stares or Canada, is very cheap as you can live for 400 Euros a month.

Is Morocco an expensive country to visit ?


If you don’t want spend too much in Hoteles we recommend you to go throw hostels, you may think that it doesn’t really matter, and the cheapest possible option will be perfectly fine. However, you can find hostels in Morocco for 4 dollars, and even the most ‘expensive’ options only cost as much as 8 dollars.


If you are looking to book a hotel we recommend you to do that using booking or contact Tours-Morocco because  we get Special  prices better than booking or other websites.


The price for Food is different each Restaurant  and each City in Morocco. 

Moroccan meat  Tagine ( 4 to 8 dollars )

Chicken  Tagine ( 3 to 6 dollars )

Breakfast ( 2 to 3 Dollars )

So if you have more question regarding moroccan food contact us.

Is Alcohol  expensive  in Morocco?  alcohol in Morocco is very expensive compared to most places in Europe and United states. A small 25cl domestic beer will cost between  (€2.50 – €3.50) in a bar. A 33cl bottle of local Casablanca beer will cost  (€4 – €6) when purchased in a bar. Imported beer (predominantly Heineken) is normally about (€3.50) for a small bottle when purchased in a bar. You can purchase alcohol within the grocery store, which in fact is cheaper than consuming in a bar, however continues to be far costlier than in Europe. Driving under the influence of alcohol is strictly forbidden and will land you in trouble with the police, so always book through a reputable.

If you are planing for a trip to Morocco we suggest you to bring you alcohol with you because  is expensive  in Morocco.

Is Morocco an expensive Country to visit or to live ?

Morocco is generally considered to be an affordable country to live in, especially when compared to many other countries in Europe or North America. The cost of living in Morocco can vary depending on factors such as location, lifestyle choices, and personal preferences.

In major cities like Casablanca and Marrakech, the cost of living may be slightly higher compared to smaller towns and rural areas. Rent prices, transportation expenses, and dining out can be more expensive in these urban centers. However, overall, the cost of accommodation, groceries, and local transportation in Morocco is relatively affordable.

It’s worth noting that certain luxury or imported goods may have higher prices. Additionally, the cost of living can vary depending on one’s lifestyle choices, such as dining at upscale restaurants or opting for international brands.

In summary, while Morocco is generally considered to have a lower cost of living compared to many Western countries, the actual expenses can vary based on factors such as location and personal choices. It’s advisable to research and plan accordingly based on your specific needs and circumstances.