In the morning we visit the old imperial city of Meknès. The decoration of the Bab Mansour is known as one of the best of Morocco. During the guided sightseeing we visit the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail and the old stables of Dar El Ma and Heri. From Meknès we travel approx. 40 minutes to Moulay Idris and Volubilis. Moulay Idris is an important religious site - for many centuries it has been a place of pilgrimage, thanks to its tomb of the city's founder, Moulay Idriss el Akhbar, a decendent of the Prophet Muhammad. The ancient Roman city of Volubilis is an archaeological site and UNESCO World Heritage site. Continuing our journey, Volubilis to Fes is approx. 2 hours. Fes, founded in the late 8th Century shortly after the Arabs swept across North Africa and Spain, is arguably the symbolic heart of Morocco. It has become the cultural and religious centre of Morocco and has retained a distinctly Arab identity despite the arrival of some Berbers from the interior over the centuries. Today Fes is made up of three sections, the modern section, the Ville Nouvelle, with its chic cafe-lined avenues, Fes el-Jdid and Fes el-Bali. Fes el-Bali is the original Medina and is one of the largest living medieval cities in the world. Overnight in Fes at Riad Yacout or Riad Salam.