Experience Morocco's exquisite mosques, handicrafts, palaces, and contemporary art on a journey from Casablanca to Marrakesh. Discover the northern region of Tétouan including its multicultural capital Tangier. Travel to Fes, stopping for lunch at the hilltop village of Chefchaouen, known for its striking blue architecture. In Fes, stay at the luxurious Palais Faraj, once the residence of the Grand Vizier of Jamaï, and explore the city's fascinating old quarter, public gardens, and elaborately carved madrasas. Tour Meknes, a 17th-century rival to Versailles, and the archaeological site of Volubilis, one of the best-preserved Roman towns in North Africa. In Marrakesh, highlights include the great public square of Djema el-Fna, the opulent Majorelle Gardens, and the Yves St. Laurent Museum. We will also stop at El Badii Palace to see the Koutoubia minbar (pulpit), beautifully restored by Met conservators.