The International Conference on Ubiquitous Networking
26-28 June 2024 // Marrakesh, Morocco

Ubiquitous Connectivity for Global Sustainable Communications

Travel / Visa

Traveling to Marrakesh, Morocco for the Conference

Marrakesh, a vibrant city in Morocco, offers visitors a blend of modernity and tradition. When planning your trip to this North African gem for an event, it's crucial to know about visa requirements and travel tips to ensure a smooth journey.

Visa Requirements

As of July 10, 2022, Morocco has launched an electronic visa (eVisa) system to facilitate the visa process for foreign nationals. The eVisa, valid for 180 days from the date of issue, allows for a stay of up to 30 days. Visitors from certain countries can apply for this visa online, while others may need to visit a Moroccan embassy or consulate. Citizens from over 100 countries can apply for the Moroccan e-visa online. It's important for UK and US citizens, among others, to check their visa requirements, which may vary based on the length and purpose of their visit.

Travel Tips

When in Marrakesh, it's advisable to use common sense and take personal security measures, similar to any large city or tourist destination. Be cautious with your belongings, especially in crowded areas, and use official taxis for transportation. It's also recommended to be vigilant of your surroundings and avoid traveling alone at night.

Arriving in Marrakesh

Marrakesh Menara Airport is the main gateway for international visitors. From the airport, taxis and shuttles are available to take you to your destination within the city. Additionally, considering a flight into Casablanca followed by a train or a domestic flight to Marrakesh could be a viable option for some travelers.

For more detailed information on visa applications and travel preparations, visit the official Moroccan e-visa portal at


Proceedings (Record Number #62310)

Abstract & Indexing