Fes prides itself on its cuisine—any grand Moroccan household worth its salt would always have employed a Fassi as head cook. If you ever wanted to look beyond tajines and couscous, this is the place to visit. The city's signature dish is pastilla, a sweet-savory pastry parcel, while a more recent innovation is the city's own camel burger. The food markets groan under the weight of fresh local produce, the street food is excellent, and the fine dining options are ever-expanding. Fes also sits close to Morocco's main wine-growing region, allowing you to complement your morning mint tea with a good glass of chilled wine in the evening—a perfect way to end a day of culinary adventures.