World's Most Romantic Cities
Why go: An ancient fortress city, Fez seduces travelers with its maze-like alleyways lined with windowless shops, tiled mosques, tea gardens and souks overflowing with fruits, spices and nuts.
Where to stay: Once the summer palace of a Moroccan pasha, the carefully restored Le Jardin des Biehn has a hammam, gallery space and large Andalusian-style garden. Rooms from around $170; jardindesbiehn.com.
Where to eat: Housed in an old French colonial building with a high-walled garden, Cecile Houizot-Nanot's Fes et Gestes is known for its traditional Moroccan tea service and tagines.