Hotel Volubilis

45 Ave. Des F. A. R, Meknes, Morocco
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triumphal archtriumphal arch

2 of the inner entrances2 of the inner entrances

Mausoleum of Mouly IsmailMausoleum of Mouly Ismail

The mosque and tomb of Ibn IssaThe mosque and tomb of Ibn Issa

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Left-luggage in Meknes

by barryg23

Does anyone know if there is a left-luggage office at Meknes train-station (or anywhere in Meknes)?


RE: RE: Left-luggage in Meknes

by barryg23

Thanks Jan (once again!)

RE: Left-luggage in Meknes

by godnana

hello barry
in meknes you can t find left luaggage office in the train station
you have this office in the bus station near the old Medina and the price is 10 dh per each suitcase i think
if you have anyquestion ,feel free and contact me
i m living in meknes and i m university student

RE: RE: Left-luggage in Meknes

by colinthecamel

We are an English couple living in Meknes. I do not know of a left luggage office but you are welcome to leave them at our house. You can have a cup of tea with us as well.

Travel Tips for Meknes

Bou Inania Madrassa

by yoshimi

This Muslim theological school, built in the 14th century, is in really bad condition so if you have already visited a Moroccan madrassa, you can pass on this one.
Price: 10 Dh/pers
Open daily: 9am - 12pm / 3pm - 6pm

The road to Heri Essoari, The Royal Palace

by Doctor38

To get from Mouly Ismail mausoleum to Heri Essoari you can take a petit taxi. I didn't, instead I walked for 15 minutes each way. It was mid August and 11 o'clock noon so I don't suppose it will not get more difficult than that. It was a pleasant walk and I read somewhere that Moulay Ismail used to love walking down this road or ride his horses or chariot and I certainly can see why.

You get to see the gates of Royal palace. I toke few pictures of the gates (Not the main one though). The road is located between 2 high walls, the Medina on you left and the Royal Palace to your right when you are heading to the Heri Essoari.

I fell in love with Meknes

by cabeyp

"Beautiful! A mini M'kech without all the tourists"

This city gets overlooked or not the best reviews and I can't understand why.
The square comes to live at night and offers the feel of a mini Marrakech. the neighbouring streets are full of stalls for the locals and the souk is big enough to strol through without really getting too lost.
There is plenty to see in terms of Mosques, Medrasas etc. I just loved it. A very natural city. Calm and at ease with itself.
(Non of the over the top "chilled outness" you see in Chefchaouen or Essaouira)


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