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From Fes: Meknes and Volubilis Day Trip

From Fes: Meknes and Volubilis Day Trip

Activity provider: 3T Travel S.A.R.L Morocco

From US$ 37.55 per person

Visit one of the four imperial cities of Morocco and see the Roman ruins of an ancient kingdom. Explore the Medina of Meknes, go to the historic remains of Volubilis, and see the holy town of Moulay Idriss.

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Duration 8 hours - 1 day
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English, French, Arabic, Spanish
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Your hotel or riad in Fes.
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  • Visit the Roman Ruines of Volubilis
  • See the View of Moulay Idriss the Holly city of Morocco
  • Visit the Medina of Meknes
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Discover one of Morocco’s four imperial cities and the remains of the former capital of the kingdom of Mauretania on a full-day tour from Fes.

Following a pickup from your hotel in Fes, enjoy an easy transfer by air-conditioned vehicle to the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Explore the remains of the 2000-year-old complex. Continue to Moulay Idriss to discover one of Morocco's holiest cities.

Take a tour of the narrow streets of the compact town where Moulay Idriss I introduced the religion of Islam in 789 AD. Then, transfer to the city of Meknes, founded in the 11th century by the Almoravids as a military settlement.

Go into the Medina and see some of the monumental city gates and ornamental decorations of the Spanish-Moorish architecture.

Tour the city walls, and stop at the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, founder of the Alaouite dynasty and sultan when Meknes was the capital city. Visit the Museum of Moroccan Art to see a wide variety of handicrafts. Before the afternoon transfer back to Fes.

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off in Fes
  • Transportation by air-conditioned car
  • Professional driver
  • Guide in Meknes and Volubilis (depending on option selected)
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities for driver

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Volubilis is an ancient Roman-era ruin. There was moderately heavy rain & wind during the tour, but it didn't detract from my enjoyment. With Meknes, normally I like to explore on my own, but in this case, we received too little background on where to go. I ended up retracing the path our van took, and minimal time in the town. One of the other guests hired a local guide, and maybe I should have joined.

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January 8, 2023

The places visited are much more beautiful than those offered on the internet. The excursion passes through beautiful landscapes. The thing I would have preferred was to have more time to visit Volubilis, (which is a large site), and greater clarity on the way back. they say there is an hour for the visit but then people arrive even 40 minutes later. For those interested like me, once in Meknes there is a very kind gentleman who has a small library with complete publications on Volubilis, and other books at excellent prices, it is located just after the arches of the large door where the excursion bus passes to then park and let people get off. the medina market is very nice, you can walk from one entrance to the other. the people in Meknes are very kind and nice, it is a city where I would have liked to stop. I did not use guides during the excursion but both sites can be easily visited independently, you also have more time to take photos that are beautiful here.

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November 13, 2022

Everything was ok. The driver was super talkative and friendly, he was on time and efficient on giving us the best guide in Volubilis and Meknes. It has been a bit confusing to speak four languages all mixed up but it seems to be a common Moroccan style to speak with tourists.

October 14, 2022

Product ID: 200647