Meknes

In central Morocco, is approached in Meknes first reliefs Massif https://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/moyen-atlas Atlas. The city is one of the most prominent Moroccan destinations to discover the country's historical heritage. Morocco has four imperial cities, Meknes part: it was capital of the kingdom from the seventeenth century, when the construction of the majority of rich monuments; Meknes still holds today of the many examples of Arab-Muslim architecture, symbolized here in the first place by the Dar El Makhzen, the imperial palace. One enters the city by the impressive Bab Mansour gate that allows to visit the medina of Meknes, classified by UNESCO for its exceptional character. The mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, Sultan builder splendors of Meknes, is open to visitors from non-Muslims. Madrasahs and mosques complete the package, and it does not deprive a turn in the garden Lahboul, just to give a break. Meknes, imperial city. Meknes is a Moroccan imperial city, with many historical monuments, it is also the city of the Roman ruins of Volubilis (Oualili). The main attractions are: the imperial palace Dar El Makhzen, the Bab Mansour, Meknes medina classified by UNESCO, the mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. Outside the Old Town is the modern city, the Hamrya, where you can find everything you need. Prices of accommodation in Meknes are reasonable compared to other tourist destinations in Morocco, and the welcome is very warm in general. Most budget hotels are situated along the Rue Rouamzi