You'll get a lot for your money at one of these relatively inexpensive vacation spots.
Fez, MoroccoWhy you should go: Fez is considered the cultural hub of Morocco; it's less commercial and less expensive than Marrakech.
Where to sleep: Traditional houses with gardens called riads are tucked behind doors in the medina, the medieval walled city. Dar El Hana (darelhana.com) has three bedrooms. Dar Seffarine (darseffarine.com) has handmade copper sinks and views of the medina.
Where to eat: Most restaurants offer hearty Moroccan tagines, slow-cooked dishes served over couscous. Sit on the terrace overlooking the medina at La Kasbah or go to Dar Roumana, a hotel run by a chef.
Next: Budapest, Hungary
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