For holders of diplomatic and official passports:

Visa is not required for stays of up to 90 days.

For holders of national passports and other travel documents:

Visa required.


Visa is not required for the holder of emergency travel document in transit, but he/she must not leave the international area of the airport.



Citizens of the Republic of Serbia traveling to Morocco must complete a "passenger health booklet" (fiche sanitaire), which may be downloaded ( ) and which is also distributed on the plane or on board of the ship. It is specially stressed that traveler must provide the exact address during the stay in Morocco, as well as to provide 2 phone numbers at which the passenger may be contacted if it is necessary to contact him during the first 10 days of stay in Morocco.
All travelers are subject to random testing (rapid antigen test). If the test turns out positive, health services will take care of passengers who are Moroccan citizens or have a regulated stay in Morocco, while all other passengers will be immediately returned to their original destination.
Citizens of countries that are on A list (Serbia), the conditions for entering Kingdom of Morocco are as follows:
- For persons who have been fully vaccinated (2 weeks after the second dose): vaccination certificate
- For persons who have not been vaccinated at all or are not completely vaccinated: negative PCR test not older than 48 hours prior to boarding
A negative PCR test result is not necessary for children under the age of 12.



Citizens of the Republic of Serbia need a visa, except for holders of diplomatic and official passports of the Republic of Serbia. Visas can be obtained at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Belgrade.

There is no prescribed minimum amount of funds per day of stay. An amount over 4,500 euros, in Moroccan currency, requires a certificate of money declaration or a bank statement.

Alcohol intake is not allowed. One box of cigarettes is allowed.

The import of pets is subject to mandatory compliance with international standards.

When entering Morocco by vehicle, it is necessary for the vehicle to be registered in the information system.



 No social security agreement has been concluded.



HEALTH SITUATION – The health situation is generally good. Vaccination is not mandatory. Health services and medicines are expensive.

For the latest information on the health situation in this country, please go to the website of the World Health Organization.

SECURITY SITUATION – In Morocco, security is at a high level.

There is a danger of pickpocketing and theft, especially in tourist places, and where a large number of people gather.

Also, stopping on the roads, regardless of the time of day, outside populated areas, should be avoided, due to the danger of attack and robbery.

TRANSPORT – Morocco has a number of airports: Casablanca, Marrakech, Agadir, Tangier, Fes, Oujda, Rabat, Nador.

The railway network has been developed. There are three main railway lines, namely: Tangier—Rabat, Casablanca, El Jadida—Marrakech and Kenitra—Oujda, on which transportation is safe and comfortable. There is also a TGV line of the Casablanca—Tangier high-speed train.

In case of a traffic accident, it is obligatory to call the police to make a report on the investigation, and in no case should you agree to any kind of settlement with later payment.

OTHER INFORMATION – The national currency in Morocco is the dirham.

In all cases, polite and discreet behaviour is recommended and, in particular, respect for religious objects and features.


Contact information

For consular assistance and protection while in the Kingdom of Morocco, please contact the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Rabat, address: Rue Ahmed Mouline 24, Souissi, at the following number: 00 212 53 77 52 201, or e-mail address: