Know before you go. . .
Bcritical message: Rabat: 00 212 537 63 33 33; gov.uk
British Honorary Consulate Marrakech: 00 212 524 42 08 46; 47 Boulevard Abdelkrim El Khattabi, Gueliz
tourist police: 00 212 524 38 46 01
Polyclinique du Sud Hospital: 00 212 524 44 79 99
Tourist Office: 00 212 524 43 61 79; Square Adbdel Moumen ben Ali, Gueliz
Currency: Dirham (abbreviated MAD or Dh)
Phone code: Dial 00 212 when calling Marrakech from the UK. From within Morocco, replace 00 212 with 0 in all numbers above
time difference: +1 hour
Languages: Darija (Moroccan Arabic); French; Tashelhit (Berber)
flight time: London to Marrakech takes between 3 hrs 30 mins and 4 hours
Local Laws and Etiquette
Although Marrakech is one of Morocco’s most liberal cities, your hosts will greatly appreciate a degree of modesty in your dress. Both women and men should avoid revealing clothing and keep knees and shoulders covered.
Marriage in Morocco remains a highly respected institution. For this reason, it is not in the least impolite to inquire about marital status, and new acquaintances are asked early in the conversation. Solo female travelers in particular may wonder why they would travel unaccompanied. In addition, Moroccan laws prohibit extramarital sex, drinking in public and smoking kif (Hashish).
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/africa/morocco/marrakech/articles/marrakech-travel-guide/ An expert guide to Marrakech