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Morocco Currency Exchange Rates

The national currency of Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham. Here are the top Pound to Moroccan Dirham exchange rates from 4 of the UK's biggest currency suppliers which were last updated 4 minutes ago.

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DH 7,603.43
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1 GBP = 10.1379 MAD

Sterling

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With over 35 years experience in the foreign exchange sector, Sterling has established an excellent reputation for offering the best exchange rates and excellent customer service to a long standing and ever expanding clientele.

DH 7,588.58
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1 GBP = 10.1181 MAD

NM Travel Money

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NM Travel Money are part of NoteMachine group, handling 2.5 million foreign exchange transactions each year. Opt for free next day delivery to over 160 eurochange or NM Money branches across the UK, or get your currency delivered to your home. Debit cards accepted.

DH 7,573.93
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1 GBP = 10.1390 MAD

The Currency Club

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The Currency Club's travel money service makes ordering online easy and efficient. We offer the best foreign exchange rates on global currencies, charge zero commission and offer a free delivery on every travel money transaction you make. The more you order, the better the rate you'll receive.

DH 7,509.00
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1 GBP = 10.0120 MAD

eurochange

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With over 40 years experience in selling and buying currency, nobody knows foreign exchange better than eurochange. Take advantage of great rates on over 70 currencies and use their boost your rate function to find improved rates on over 20 currencies. Order online for Click and Collect in just 60 seconds from over 160 branches, or order before 4pm for next day home delivery.

Morocco Currency

The Kingdom of Morocco is a north-west African country with a population of around 35 million. Technically it's currency is closed which means it is not allowed out of the country, but it is freely traded here in the UK.

The largest city in the country is Casablance but the capital is Rabat. Morocco has a long and rich history and can trace it's first inhabitants back to over 100,000 BC. This, along with the climate and culture makes it a very popular holiday destination for UK travellers.

You don't need a visa to enter Morocco but it is important to make sure your passport is stamped. It is also recommended that you obtain comprehensive travel insurance before you travel.

For more country-specific information on travelling and entry requirements, see the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website.

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