Travel with Christopher Noey on this autumn journey to mesmerizing Morocco. Experience its art and traditional crafts at spectacular museums and vibrant artisans' workshops, and discover the country's tapestry of cultures at lavish palaces and mosques, Roman ruins, and colorful cities. Begin in Casablanca, Morocco's largest city, where the Hassan II Mosque, an enormous, opulent house of worship that stands on the oceanside, will be a highlight. Venture to the capital of Rabat, where the soaring, red Hassan Tower and Mohammed V's white marble tomb are among its splendors. Travel by high-speed train to Tangier, and discover the often-overlooked city of Tétouan. In its UNESCO-listed medina, take a private visit to its Dar Sanaa school to observe local artisans at work. Enjoy four nights at Fes's luxurious Palais Faraj, a refurbished 19th-century palace. Visit Fes's 14th-century madrasas, including the Al-Attarine Madrasa that inspired the design of The Met's Moroccan Court. Stop in Meknes, whose palatial grandeur rivals that of Versailles, and Volubilis, one of North Africa's best-preserved Roman cities. Conclude in Marrakesh, where you'll join a curator at the Berber Museum before opening hours and see the late fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent's extensive collection of ancient Berber treasures. Then, enjoy an exclusive visit to Villa Oasis, Saint Laurent's private sanctuary. While in Marrakesh, an optional full-day excursion to the scenic Atlas Mountains will be available.