For tour leaders, the question most often asked used to be "Where's the toilet?" Now it's, "What's the Wi-Fi password?"
Rabat is cosmopolitan and orderly - a good place to ease in to Moroccan madness.
A Home Away From Home in Essaouira, Morocco
Plunge into Fez's crazy, claustrophobic medina, more atmospheric and than any in Morocco.
Ryad Salama's owner used two donkeys called George and Bush to bring materials through the alleys.
You can escape the frenzied pace of everyday life in the mountains outside Marrakesh.
The souks of Marrakesh are famous, but when you've had enough of rugs and brass lamps, head to suburban design studios and fashion stores, suggests Brian Johnston.