Morocco Entry Requirements for German Nationals and Residents

Online Visa to Travel to Morocco from Germany

The requirements to travel from Germany to Morocco depend on your nationality, travel plans, and travel documents.

This page clarifies exactly which documents you need for your trip. You’ll also find out if you’re eligible for the Moroccan e-Visa, and the essentials to apply online.

Morocco’s Visa-Free Policy for German Visitors

If you’re a German passport holder, you can travel to Morocco without a visa and stay for up to 90 days. Like other EU countries, Germany is part of Morocco’s Visa Waiver Program.


Visa-free stays are permitted for tourism, business, and other short visits.

You only need a visa for Morocco if you plan to stay for more than 90 days, or for purposes such as work.

How to get a visa for Morocco from Germany

As Germans can stay for 90 days visa-free, the e-Visa system does not apply. The Morocco e-Visa is only valid for stays of up to 30 days.

To get your long-stay visa, you need to apply at the embassy or consulate.

Moroccan embassy contact information

The Moroccan Embassy for Germany in located in Berlin:

  • Moroccan Embassy, Niederwallstrasse, 39, 10117 Berlin

There are also Moroccan consulates in the following German cities:

  • Bremen
  • Düsseldorf
  • Frankfurt am Main
  • Kassel
  • Munich

Morocco Visa for German Residents and Visa Holders

If you hold a German residence permit or German visa, the visa requirement for Morocco depends on your nationality.

If your country of citizenship is not part of Morocco’s visa exemption policy, you must have a visa.

Conveniently, your German residence permit or visa may allow you to apply for the Moroccan e-Visa—an electronic visa which you can request completely online.

Requirements for a Morocco e-Visa for German residents and visa holders

You need to meet the following Morocco e-Visa requirements:

Eligible passport
German residence card OR visa*
Photo of applicant
Email address
Debit or credit card

*If you’re a citizen of Azerbaijan, Benin, India, Israel, Guatemala, Jordan, or Thailand you do not need to meet this requirement.

Document requirements for the Morocco e-Visa from Germany

Your supporting documents must meet the requirements outlined below.

  • Passport: From an e-Visa eligible country and valid for 3+ months
  • German residence permit: Valid for 180+ days
  • German multiple-entry visa: Valid for 90+ days

How to get a Morocco e-Visa with a German residence permit or visa

Here’s how to apply for a Morocco e-Visa in 4 simple steps:

  1. Complete the Morocco e-Visa form
  2. Submit supporting documents
  3. Pay the processing fee*
  4. Receive the visa by email

*Unlike other visa application platforms, offers a refund if your visa is rejected.

The whole process takes just a few minutes. All you need is a computer or mobile device with an internet connection.

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When to apply

Most German travelers receive their approved e-Visa in 1 to 3 days. At, we offer a Priority service to get your visa in just 24 hours, essential for last minute requests.

You can apply for your visa here as soon as you know your travel plans — we’ll ensure it’s processed at the right time. Get ahead with the paperwork and enjoy planning your trip.

Travel to Morocco From Germany with an e-Visa

The online visa for Morocco streamlines your travel and entry, making it faster and hassle-free. It’s valid at air, land, and seaports.

Just show your approved e-Visa and passport when you arrive. Border officials will check your documents to ensure you're allowed to enter.

The e-Visa is issued as a single-entry permit. It may be exchanged for a multiple-entry visa when you arrive in Morocco. The multiple entry visa is valid for 180 days, with a maximum of 30 days permitted per stay.