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We stopped here on our way from Volubilis to Fes, as it's very close. This is the holy city in Morocco and very meaningful. As a non muslim you can walk around the square and then past the mausoleum and walk the narrow streets to...More
I had a choice to make... go see the city of Moulay Idriss, or miss the last train to Marrakech and sleep in the train station lol... since I am writing this review, I obviously chose to see this beautiful city and I am so...More
Not too far from the Roman ruins of Volubilis, We visited the town of Moulay Idriss on market day - what a fabulous experience...!! The main street is crammed with market stalls, locals buying and selling stuff, donkey carts, mopeds,cars and the occasional intrepid tourist...More
Took a short trip with our local guide after volubilis to this city, and its so beautiful, even better in real life! We first witness a panoramic view, then proceed to walk up the town on the hill to see its colours and learn about...More
Wherever you travel in the world, there are always some people who prey on tourists. In Morocco, this is obviously the case too and touristy places such as medina entrances, parking lots etc. are always populated by such people. Most of the time, you can...More
As you travel through the Moroccan countryside, pass by the Holy City of Moulay Idriss for a photo opportunity. Each year Muslim’s make the pilgrimage to Moulay Idriss, which is called the Moussem. They also celebrate significant religious dates such as the Prophet Mohammed’s birthday....More
It is quite a walk, but worth it. Best to get a guide, otherwise you can easily get lost. Make sure do agree with the guide how much you are paying. We always had GPS on, in case we get lost, despite the guide!!
We dropped in here for lunch after visiting the Roman ruins at nearby Volubilis. It’s pretty hard to find a decent restaurant here. In fact, it proved impossible. So we took potluck and yielded to the entreaties of one of the many brochette vendors along...More