CUSTOMS

Morocco is a country full of traditions and customs due to the cultural influence of African, Arab and Mediterranean. One of the most ingrained habits is drinking tea. Full - time infusion that is taken and it is common to share a drink with guests, guests and even visitors shops. It is a sign of hospitality if high temperatures in some parts of the country, is also to avoid dehydration. Regarding hospitality by sharing tea, even with strangers, it should be noted that both in Morocco and in the Arab world a guest will always be welcome, even if it is someone who is hardly known sometimes also invited to eat. In the message home Moroccans are more formal in social situations than most Westerners. In the greeting often ask about the health and well - being of all members of the famille.Accueillez always with the right hand as the left is traditionally considered unclean. Kissing on the cheeks of practice among members of the same sex, especially if they are friends, but not to be made between competing unless the other person is well known sexes. Also, when the food a man who is not from this country will be amazed at the abundance, so it is not impolite to leave food on the plate. And when the visitor is invited to a dinner in a Moroccan family should wash hands and not to try a bite without having heard the phrase will be the owner of the house. Another important point is that Customs must remove their shoes when entering a maison.L'entrée mosques in Morocco and the Arab world in general can not "infidels". That is, only Muslims can enter the premises. However, there are some places that are freely available if, as the Mosque of Hassan II in Casablanca. It is common to see men in the streets holding hands, this is a sign of friendship for not being authorized public displays of affection between a man and a Muslim woman, while men show friendship by contact physical.