A peek behind the walls of the world’s oldest medina reveals how residents live, work and shop in a 1,200-year-old city both steeped in tradition – and ready to embrace its future.
With no lifeguards on duty and a useable lifeboat more than an hour away, a bodybuilder from LA becomes an unforeseen hero.
BBC Travel reader Belalang Tempur is headed to Marrakesh in October and has turned to our Facebook fans for advice on where to stay and what to do.
In the remote village of Tadert, discover how to best cook and consume Morocco’s national dish.
Arabic folk music has evolved over the centuries, but Moroccan mystics still use it to chase away evil spirits and heal the sick.
Lonely Planet author John Vlahides learns the time-honoured process of pottery making in Fez, a city known for its rich history of craftsmanship.