Meknes, located in the north of Morocco, is famous for its imperial past, symbolised in the imaginations by the remains of Bab Mansour, a huge door with vaults and tiled mosaic. This door leads to the interior of the ancient imperial city. The mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Ismaïl, which made the city its capital in the seventeenth century, includes courtyards and fountains. Immerse yourself in its glamorous past, and go even further in its history, by visiting Volubilis, not far from there. UNESCO World Heritage Site, this archaeological site is none other than the capital of Mauretania, founded in the 3rd century BC, important outpost of the Roman Empire, adorned with many beautiful monuments ….
- Nights in a riad in the heart of the medina of Meknes
- Discovery and guided urban hike over 3 days