Honeymoons in Morocco

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Morocco Overview

Situated in the Northwest corner of Africa, the Kingdom of Morocco presents an engaging entry point into African culture, with a European flair. The Spanish, French, and Portuguese influences on the country’s culture abound, while the mosques, souks, and desert reinforce the fact that Morocco is undoubtedly an African nation. Just hours from Ireland by plane, Morocco is a vibrant mix of cultures, styles, and people that shouldn’t be missed.

Key Facts for Morocco

Currency: Moroccan Dirham

Capital: Rabat

Language: Arabic

Flight time: 4 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Morocco

When to go :
Marrakech has a hot, dry continental climate. Best times to visit are February to April and September to November.

Flight Information :
Morocco is approx 4 hours from London with direct flights to Marrakech operated by British Airways and Royal Air Maroc.

Currency :
Moroccan Dirham

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Getting Married in Morocco

If you are looking for a colourful destination for your wedding abroad, then why not consider having a marriage blessing in Morocco.  The bright and vibrant city of Marrakesh, Morocco’s capital city, is full of culture and exciting experiences to see and visit after you have tied the knot.  Getting married in Morocco will provide you with some wonderful memories and an experience that you wouldn’t necessarily have with any other destination.  Travelling to Morocco from Ireland means that you will have two stops on route to your wedding abroad but perhaps see this as an opportunity to explore yet another unique destination.

Marriage Requirements


A blessing in Morocco is permitted but not a full ceremony.  Ensure you do your research via the Irish Embassy before proceeding with your blessing in Morocco.

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