Travelling in Morocco - Useful telephone numbers

Morocco is a safe place to travel, even as a woman alone. Common sense is all you need really to get by without problems. Below is a collection of useful information to help you get off on the right foot. We are always happy to discuss these matters in more detail with you by telephone or email. We have many years of experience and have lived in the country for over a decade and will be able to help you with any questions you may have.

Useful telephone numbers for travellers in Morocco.

Useful telephone numbers

Directory enquiries: 160
Police: 190 or 112 from mobile phones.
Gendarmerie Royale: 177 (police outside the cities)
Ambulance: 150
Fire brigade: 15
SOS Medecins 24/24: 05 22 98 98 98
Anti-poison centre: 081 00 01 80 (for any exposure to poison such as snake or scorpion bites) www.capm.ma
Pasteur Institute for vaccinations: 05 22 26 20 26 www.pasteur.ma
Mondial Assistance: 05 22 97 47 47 (international travel insurance)
Train station info: 08 90 20 30 40  www.oncf.ma
National airport office: 05 22 53 90 40 / 05 22 53 91 40  www.onda.ma/onda/an

British Embassy in Rabat
28, rue Amir Sidi Mohamed
Souissi,
Rabat
Tel: +212 537 63 33 33
Fax: +212 537 63 33 66
Embassy website: www.ukinmorocco.fco.gov.uk
Facebook page:  UK in Morocco
Consular section email: rabat.consular@fco.gov.uk

British Consulate Marrakech
47, Ave Mohamed V (next to Marrakech Grand Prix store), Gueliz, Marrakech
Tel: +212 524 42 08 46
Fax: +212 524 43 52 76

British Consulate Agadir
English Pub,
20, boulevard 20 Aout,
Agadir
Tel: +212 528 84 12 19
Fax: +212 528 84 12 57

British Consulate Tangier
Mobile:  +212 661 09 34 11
(between 08.00 hrs abd 12.00 hrs)
Outside these working hours, please call: +212 537 63 33 33






 

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