Just inside the picture-perfect eastern gate, Bab el-Okla, is the Ethnographic Museum. It's worth a visit for the terrace views of the...
Just outside Bab el-Okla is the best artisan centre in northern Morocco. This is a fascinating opportunity to see masters teaching...
Of the many mosques in the area, this is one of the most impressive. Non-Muslims are not usually allowed to enter the mosques.
Another sumptuous palace option with plush couches, wall rugs, intimate dining spaces (especially upstairs), gurgling fountains and a...
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Lonely Planet review
This is a classic Moroccan experience, from the endless plates of food (soup, couscous, tajines, salads, kebabs) to the entertainment (belly dancing, traditional musicians) to the superb setting in a 16th-century caliph’s house. There are even two golden throne chairs for weddings and beautiful carved plaster walls. Enter via Bab el-Okla, turn right immediately, take second left at Optique Seffar, and you will see the entrance, a very long tiled corridor.