Day Trip to Meknes Volubilis

Day Trip to Meknes Volubilis

Day Trip to Meknes Volubilis

Starting from the mesmerizing Gardens of Palais Amani. Our Professional Driver will meet you for an enjoyable Day Trip to Meknes Volubilis. We will leave the Old Medina, heading towards the Roman Ruins of Volubilis. Passing by green olive fields and captivating panoramic views. Once you get to Volubilis, the Roman ruins dating back to the 3rd century BC, you will get to discover impressive historical monuments of the Roman old city.

Volubilis: The Roman Ruins

Volubilis, a day Trip from Palais Amani

Moulay Idriss Zerhoun

You can wander in different era. Exploring the ruins of the Arch of Caracalla, Basilica and Capitoline Temple, as the stunning traditional works of mosaic art on the ground. Some great buildings and monuments that will certainly make some inspiring pictures of the worthy sites. Later on, we continue our Day Trip To Volubilis heading towards to Moulay Idriss Zerhoun. One of the country’s most important spiritual sites and holiest town, holding a very special value in hearts of Moroccan people. The Small village of Moulay Idriss was the first place where Moulay Idriss (the founder of Fez city ) arrived bringing the Islam Religion with him. Then, founding the country’s first real dynasty. A small town with a large history and stories to be told.

Moulay Idriss Zerhoun

Meknes: The Imperial City

The last stop would be Meknes city. The so-called “Moroccan Versailles”. You can be guided through many Historical Monuments. Visiting its prominent sites as: Bab el Mansour el Aleuj ,Palais Dar Jamai, Medersa Bou Inania. And more specially the mysterious underground prison. Also, you will get the chance to discover Al Hadim Square. A small version of “Jamaa El Fna” in Marrakech and one of the most important archaeological sites in the Moroccan Ismailian capital.


Back To Palais Amani

Our Day Trip from to Meknes Volubilis, ends by hitting the road again towards Fes the old city. Our driver will drop you off again at the Palais where we can finally have an traditional Moroccan dinner and get some rest.

Loubna El Bouchikhi,

Experiecne Coordinator at Palais Amani