Life in Morocco, everyone is looking for a better life especially in hot places like Morocco. A place where you can remake your life, thinking about investments in Morocco property, education, food culture, and others.
The Quality of Life in Morocco
Quality of life is the level of well-being felt by an individual or his/her family. It is not a tangible concept. Therefore, cannot be measured directly. Additionally, quality of life consists of two components. One is a physical aspect that includes such things as health, diet, as well as protection against pain and disease. The second component is psychological in nature. This two characteristic includes such things as stress, worry, pleasure, and other positive or negative emotional states.
It is virtually impossible to predict the quality of life of a specific individual since the combination of attributes. That leads one individual to be content is rarely the same for another individual. Nevertheless, one can assume with some confidence the higher average level of diet. Shelter, safety, as well as freedoms and rights a general population. The better overall quality of life said population experiences.
It is surprising to determine how cheap things are relative to geographic regions admittedly in the geographical area. Street food etc. Is quite cheap but anything geared toward the European audience tends to be a bit expensive. Since it’s really primarily aimed at ex-pats or the wealthiest locals. Whereas in Morocco even extremely beautiful places were cheap standards. Even our visits to the Megamall in Rabat or comfortable cafes in Casa are less pricey than anyone could expect.
Everything You Need to Live in Morocco
Here you feel the quality of life in Morocco when The water is never off and rarely there’s a loss of power. The utilities are considered to be very dear in Morocco. For Example, for a Family of three, the real bills are generally about 380 D a month. If you will need the internet we can assure you that in the upscale parts of the cities. There are no connection problems. The ADSL might cost under 500$ for the year. Phone costs are variable though. The quality of the food products is excellent, nothing, like People, are used in Europe. Artificial supermarkets and half-cooked meals are not a problem in Morocco. Bread is tremendously cheap as its subsidized. Meat is not so cheap, eggs are cheap, wine can cost from 40 to 60Dhs.
You also have the choice of renting a modern apartment by the beach outside Medina. (10 minutes walk to the Medina).
For a furnished traditional house in Medina, you should suppose at least 2000 Moroccan Dirhams a month. It all depends on the shape, location, and how furnished it is. Something nice would be around 3000 DHs a month about 300 euros.
Here you have some tips about how life is in the beautiful country of Morocco. It has enchanted a lot of Europeans so you will find western people in Morocco as well.