The iconic movie Casablanca wasn’t filmed there, yet travellers still flock to Morocco’s biggest city with stars in their eyes, where many residents have never heard of the film. But you can visit Rick’s Café, designed around the Hollywood version.
La Maison Arabe is an elegant boutique hotel in the heart of Marrakesh with a cookery school, where guests roll up their sleeves and immerse themselves in Moroccan cuisine.
Carolyn Theriault’s literary travel memoir on living in Morocco is a densely-woven collection of amusing anecdotes and sharply-drawn observations.
With four palace houses connected through corridors and only nine suites and six rooms, Riad Enija is the perfect escape from the hectic hustle of the Medina.
With some of the Middle East too unsettled for tourism, travellers’ tastes for adventures are turning to the mountains and medinas of Morocco.
Experience snake charmers, fortune tellers and centuries-old souks on a journey to Morocco.