Fes To Volubilis Day Trip
Today, Luminous Morocco Tours is taking you to an amazing Fes excursion to Volubilis, another hidden treasure in Morocco. This well-known Roman ruin of Volubilis contains wonderful buildings, old ruined castles and palaces made by the Romans in the 3rd century B.C.
We will explore Volubilis together with The Mauritanian capital, and the most exciting preserved Roman ruins. We will witness the most amazing historical and cultural mysteries of the old Roman city and the wide remains of this archaeological site which gives the purest image about the fantastic architecture. It really makes you live back at that time. The following Fes excursion to Volubilis and Moulay Idriss Zerhoun are important spiritual sites as they are considered as holy towns.
Next on our Fes to Volubilis Day Trip, we will visit Meknes, the charming Imperial city of Morocco. The Ismailian Capitalone of the biggest walled city and a perfect example of the real Moroccan culture and tradition. The magic of the city is on its large history, especially on the Sultan Ismail's time. You will easily notice the Moorish style in every angle of the city. The city is surrounded by high walls with great doors as you feel the greatness of antique cultures and old empires. You will be guided through the wonderful Historical Monuments and traditional sites such as the famous Bab el Mansour el Aleuj , and Medersa Bou Inania of Meknes and many other sites.
The last destination in Meknes would be Al Hadim Square, the small version of “Jamaa El Fna” in Marrakech and the most vibrant part of the city. Here you will find delightful features of the Moroccan culture, from local food, traditional handmade craft, wonderful shows and wise story tellers. At the end of our unforgettable Fes excursion to Volubilis, we will drive back to Fes, passing by magnificent landscapes before escorting you to your accommodation.
What is included :
Private tour in comfortable air-conditioned vehicle
Pick up from your accommodation
What is not included :
- Fee to Enter some Monument.