You have several options to visit these three locations, although the most comfortable option is to take an organized tour from Fez.
In this post I talk about how to visit Volubilis, Mulay Idrís and Meknes from Fez and what you will see on the organized excursion.
EXCURSION TO VOLUBILIS, MULAY IDRÍS AND MEKNES
IIt is a city in Morocco that takes its name from the Berber tribe that founded it under the name of Meknassi.
This is one of the four imperial cities of Morocco and there are many essential places to see in Meknes: the Adgal Pond, the Mausoleum of Mulay Ismail, the gates of Bab El Mansur, the Bab El-Jemis and Bab Berdain, the Medersa Bou Inania, the medina, the Moroccan art museum…
Volubilis is an ancient Roman city where the most important archaeological remains of Morocco are found.
If you decide to do the tour that I have detailed before, the good thing is that you go with a Spanish-speaking guide, and he will explain more about this place. The whole area is beautiful and very well maintained.
The archaeological site began to be excavated by the French in 1915.
The site, which occupies some 20 hectares and although it has only been half excavated, contains countless archaeological remains and monuments.
Mulay Idrís houses the sanctuary of the founder of the Idrisí Dynasty, Idrís I, where pilgrims meet annually. Contrary to what one might think due to the title of holy city, there is no religious pressure on tourists, only non-Muslims are prohibited from entering the sanctuary.
It is a beautiful city, like a fairy tale, on top of a hill, with its white houses and green roofs. If you take the opportunity to book the tour, you will not only be able to walk its streets and get to know its small medina, but also enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the town with the mountains in the background.
PLAN YOUR TRIP STEP BY STEP
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