The Bahia Palace
The stone archways, painted ceilings and ornate patterned tiles of the Bahia Palace make it an outstanding example of 19th century Moroccan architecture. The palace has over 150 rooms in total, some of which are still used by the royal family and their staff. As such, only a portion of the palace’s rooms are open to the public, although it’s still worth taking an hour or two to explore these, the gardens and the courtyards. Open every day to visitors, entry is only 10 dirhams (around 70 British pence!).