Meknes and Volubilis day trip from Fes
Meknes and Volubilis day trip from Fes
This is wonderful. Meknes and Volubilis day trip from Fes, with the opportunity to visit the destroyed Roman city of Volubilis, Morocco’s best-preserved archaeological monument. The many exquisite mosaics that have been maintained in situ are its most astonishing features. Volubilis was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.
Highlights of Meknes and Volubilis day trip from Fes:
Meknes and Volubilis day trip from Fes Itinerary:
In an air-conditioned vehicle, your expert driver will pick you up and transport you to Meknes, Morocco’s earliest Islamic city and second imperial city.
Its medina is quite old because it was the Kingdom’s capital and had a powerful ruler.
You will visit the most prominent sites in Meknes city with your experienced driver, including the Palais Dar El Makhzen, Bab Mansour, Bab El Berdaine, Bab El Khémis, the Sidi Sad mosque, Jardin Lahboul, and Golf Royal. Taste the local cuisine to learn more about their culture.
Back in the car, your next trip is to Volubilis, the best-preserved Roman ruins in North Africa. Explore the ruins of the Arch of Caracalla, the Basilica, and the Capitoline Temple to learn about the famous Roman city that once existed here.
After volibilies, your final stop of the day will be Moulay Idriss, who was once a rival for the ruler of the Muslim Empire in the 8th century and fled to Morocco after being defeated. The Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss is not open to non-Muslims, but just looking at this hallway gives you a great impression!
day excursion from Fes to Meknes and Volubilis concludes when your guide drops you off at your Riad/hotel.
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Booking & Payment
Free Booking! To book a full-day excursion to Volubilis Roman Ruins, usually, we ask for a small deposit to be paid through our Paypal or Payoneer accounts. The rest of the payment is payable in cash to your driver/guide at the pick-up.
The deposit is completely free. To avoid carrying large amounts of cash, paying the full amount or half off using Paypal or Payoneer is possible.
-To cover Paypal fees, there is a 5% surcharge if you pay the full amount using Paypal.
-Paying the full amount by Payoneer is free of charge since Payoneer doesn’t apply any fees
Note: We do not accept credit cards or bank transfers at this time as they are time-consuming and expensive processes.
Cancellation policy for our Meknes and Volubilis day trip from Fes:
To receive a complete refund, please cancel at least 5 days before the date of the day trip from Fez to Meknes.
If you cancel less than 5 days before your trip, your deposit is non-refundable. However, it is still available for use if you reschedule your trip in the future. Simply email us to cancel your trip.
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Destinations' overview of Meknes and Volubilis day trip from Fes:
Volubilis Roman Ruins
Volubilis is a Roman period archaeological site. This Carthaginian-era site is one of the best-preserved archaeological sites not only in Morocco, but throughout North Africa. Volubilis is the ancient city of Meknes’s symbol, as well as one of its most notable historical and tourism attractions.
This historic city stretches back to the Roman era and beyond; archaeological excavations conducted since the early twentieth century have revealed that Volubilis’ beginnings extend back at least to the third century BC. Its urban triumphs still bore evidence to the majesty of the region’s decades-long civilization.
In addition, the city or archaeological site stands out for its natural beauty and grandeur, captivating visitors with its scenic landscape amidst the urban surroundings. Ancient columns inscribed with Roman letters, houses, temples, arches, and remarkable mosaic panels are enclosed by a massive wall. The well-preserved mosaics include notable features such as the bath of Diana, the bath of the nymphs, and depictions of the trials of Hercules.