During Ramadan, Muslims are not allowed to eat, drink, smoke, or be intimate from sunrise to sunset. According to Moroccan law, during Ramadan, locals and tourists alike are not allowed to eat, drink, or smoke in public places.
Of course, you will not be imprisoned if you drink water on the street, just do not do it defiantly in front of everyone.
During Ramadan all restaurants and cafes (except those serving tourists) are closed during the daytime, and the alcoholic stores are completely closed, as are most bars and nightclubs.
During Ramadan, breakfast and lunch are served at the hotel or tourist-oriented cafes and restaurants. Government offices and banks and most private offices operate on reduced hours. In the evening, during the break between fasting and prayer, the streets of all towns are empty, all stores close, and transport stops.
It is not advisable to walk alone on the streets during this time. It is necessary to be sympathetic to the attendants, who may take a 30-minute break for food and prayer.
Many tourists prefer to vacation in Morocco during Ramadan because of the low hotel prices and almost empty beaches, as well as the special holiday atmosphere in the evenings.
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