Visiting the hammam is a Moroccan social custom centuries old, possibly introduced by the Romans.
Don't knock it until you try it: a bastilla is a type of pigeon pie topped with icing sugar - and it's delicious.
Marrakech is a treat for the senses, whether relaxing in its hidden gardens or venturing deep into its bedazzling souks.
Arrive by camel train for a night in the dunes beneath the Saharan sky.
The rooms, hammam and cafe would be a standout in any company, but the garden takes it out of this world.
In Morocco, they call it liquid gold. The number one beauty essential of Moroccan women.
This sleepy, time-warped city offers another side to Morocco.