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Reviewed 1 week ago

Even if you aren't into antiquity this place is worth a visit. Temples and buildings from 3rd century BC onwards have been uncovered here and it makes for a fascinating day of historical discovery. There is the ancient Oil Press, Basilica and the capitol, the...More

Thank asiahand1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A piece of the ancient Roman Empire in the heart of Morocco. It's worth the visit to these ruins which also provide a beautiful view.

Thank SAMTviagens
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On the way to Fez, we stopped in a unique historical place - Volubilis. One of the most famous historical monuments of Morocco is the ruins of the ancient city of Volubilis. Since 1997, this architectural landmark is numbered in the world cultural heritage of...More

Thank riddlrstory
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

An Unesco World Heritage site Volubilis is slowly emerging from the undergrowth but so much still remains hidden. Our guide Mohammed provided an excellent insight into what so far been uncover with particular emphasis on the delightful mosaics which are being restored using traditional methods...More

Thank Paula G
Reviewed 11 June 2018 via mobile

The first thing that struck me on entering Volubilis, were the tall massive columns in the distance. They were truly impressive. Volubilis has been designated a World Heritage Site. It was founded in 3rd century BC. It is near the city of Meknes. It is...More

Thank Vivien T
Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

If you're near Fes or Meknes for a few days, you must include a trip to Volubilis. If you like history and archaeology you will be disappointed with the typical 1 -1.5 hour tours offered by the guides on hand. Better to spend a few...More

Thank Vernonia
Reviewed 7 June 2018

Volubilis was part of a larger tour itinerary that included a driver/guide put together by Fleewinter. What we didn't know is that only particular, local people can give tours of these Roman ruins. Our tour guide could not! All he could do was drive us...More

Thank transientm
Reviewed 6 June 2018

Very beautiful historical site. We had a knowledgeable guide that transported us back in history of Roman empire while we visited the place. The place is very well conserved and very ingeniously build like many other Roman historical sites. We saw the temple, the luxury...More

Thank Alexandru H
Reviewed 2 June 2018

Some amazing Roman ruins...in Morocco! So much history runs through this place. The thing that will stand out the most is the Amazing Mosaics that are mostly intact.

Thank ferenzp
Reviewed 30 May 2018

Highly recommend getting a very good tour guide if you can unless you are an expert in this sort of history. The tour guide helped us understand not just the Roman ruins but also the history and the surrounding regions. Try and find a good...More

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8 October 2016|
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Response from craigr22 | Reviewed this property |
sorry for delay in replying as I do not spend too much time with TA. Also, we had a rental car so I don't know. Sorry.
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31 December 2015|
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Response from craigr22 | Reviewed this property |
It depends: if you are into archeology, then at least 4-5 hours there. If not, 2.5 hours there