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Chefchaouen, also known as Chaouen, and nicknamed the Blue City, is a relaxed town in the Atlas mountains in northern Morocco. The city is known for its blue houses, mountainside views, and readily available smoking products. Visitors can easily get lost in the narrow alleyways of the town while climbing up to the top for a great view of the surrounding mountains. This became home for many muslims that fled Spain during and after the reconquesta, including many refugees from Granada.
The nearest international airport is in Tanger.
No trains connect to Chefchaouen.
Everything in town is within walking distance, perhaps with the exception of the bus station which is a little outside of the main part of town. Taxis are readily available.
Chefchaouen is a backpacker's haven, and cheap accomodation is readily available.
|Casa Perleta||Bab Souk Medina||Guesthouse||-|
|Pension Souika||Hay Souika Drb Kadi alami Chefchaouen||Hostel||73|
|Rif-For-Anyone||Hnain - Chefchaouen||Guesthouse||90|
|Dar El Moualim||Hay Al-Andalus; Rue Hassan I; Derb Sidi Bouchuka||APARTMENT||-|
|John's Guesthouse||17 autiui Onsar district||Guesthouse||-|
|Dar Mounir||Zanket Kadi Almi Hay Souika Chefchaouen||Hotel||87|
|Chams Hotel||Rue Lalla lhora Quartier Kharazine||Guesthouse||-|
|Hotel Tarek||Avenue sidi Abdel Hamid||Hotel||-|
|Dar Zman||Av Hassan 2 Bab El Hammar, Rue Ben Yelloun||Guesthouse||87|
|Riad Baraka||12 derb Ben Yakoub Chefchaouen 91000||GUESTHOUSE||91|
|Darechchaouen||Ras el Ma road el onsar street||Guesthouse||-|
|Casa Annasr||Av.Maghreb Arabi. Hay Chorafa Gare Routiere, Chaouen||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|pension mauritania||C Kadi Alami Souikka||Guesthouse||-|
|Aline Hostel||Av Sidi Ahmed el Uafi, 2 Chaouen||Hostel||87|
|Hotel Molino||Calle Graouachid Chaouen||HOTEL||-|
|Dar Lbakal||Derb Mfarej Quartier Onssar||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Hotel Loubar||Route RASS EL MAA||Hotel||-|
There are plenty of Cybercafes in cities and small towns and accessing the Internet won't be a problem. The price is around 4 to 10DH/ hour. If you have a laptop while traveling then you can buy a USB key for wireless connection from one of the 3 main telecommunication companies (Maroc Telecom, Meditel, and Inwi). Credits are available starting from 10DH/24 hours (starting from the time you use it, if you start at 2:00am then next day at 2:00am you will have to recharge it again). Wifi is getting more and more common in places like hotels, shopping malls and in restaurants and coffee places in larger cities. The wireless connection in some areas might be slow, that depends on the signal as not the whole of Morocco has 3G coverage.
See also: International Telephone Calls
Morocco's country code is +212, International Call Prefix is 00. The telephone numbering scheme is changed starting March 2009. All fixed telephone numbers have a 5 inserted after the 0, and all mobile telephone numbers have a 6 inserted after the 0. All numbers are now ten-digit long, counting the initial 0. Useful numbers are Police: 19; Fire Service: 15; Highway Emergency Service: 177; Information: 160.
Public telephones can be found in city centres, but private telephone offices (also known as teleboutiques or telekiosques) are also commonly used.
The GSM mobile telephone network in Morocco can be accessed via one of two major operators: Meditel or Maroc Telecom. Prepaid cards are available. It is very easy and cheap to buy a local GSM prepaid card in one of the numberous phone shops showing a Maroc Telecom sign.
Post Maroc is the national postal service of Morocco and has details on their website (French) regarding the sending of letters, postcards and parcels, both domestically and internationally. The postal service in Morocco is very efficient and the post offices are generally open Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 12 noon and 2:30pm to 6:30pm. On Saturdays it is open from 8:30am to 2:00pm. Some might keep longer hours though, especially in larger tourist cities and central areas. You can post your mail at one of the post offices or otherwise in the yellow post boxes you'll find throughout the country. For packages, you can also use international courier companies like TNT, DHL or UPS. They offer quick, reliable services and competitive rates.
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