In this expedition you will see the leftover part of Volubilis-the Roman city which was first built in the 3rd century BC,
after a quick intermission in Oulad Shaker reservoir, an astonishing setting.
Up to the end of 19th century this site was determinate as that of the archaic city of Volubilis.
Partly the territory was dug down, reflecting fine mosaics. Besides, some of uprightness buildings were renwed.
At the time being this tourist centre has been marked as a UNISCO World Heritage.
Now let’s move ahead to Moulay Driss Zerhoune city, where the Tomb of Moulay Driss the first( the father of Idriss the second, the Fez city establisher) was founded.
Next, we will continue our round trip to Meknes where we will stop by Bab Lekhmiss, then the Jewish quarter called El mellah.
We will start by visiting Hri Souani, one of memorial landmarks in Meknes.
It is about a half km away from the Royal Palace and Mechouar quarter which backdated to Moulay Ismail epoch in the beginning of the eighteenth century.
The walls consistency guaranteed the adequate temperature for preserving food.
The profound wells operated by animals utilizing a pattern called Norias .the wells supply needed water.
Following this visit, we go straight forward to the mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. non-Muslims were authorized to visit the site .
This mausoleum was set up in 1703 depicting a beautiful cedar painted ceiling mosaics with Koranic scriptures.
Afterwards, we are going to pass through the eight-meter long triumphant gate arch, standing at about sixteen meters high .This feature makes it the loveliest arch in Morocco.
Place El- Hedime looks like a popular square in Meknes. The place attaches the medina and the Kasbah.
The square is joined up with new-fashioned uptown buildings.
Also El Mansour grand gate is considered a fabulous memorial in Meknes, Its name is linked to its designer El Mansour, a Christian rebellious who entered into Islam.
Coming back to Fez to your booked accommodation.