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This village is a great way to experience the more simple life and the day to day life of Moroccans. You are able to enjoy the beauties of nature, the markets, the Saturday souks and meet the locals. If you know arabic or French this...More
Small town with a big history being founded by and named after the man who brought Islam to Morocco.
Sited on a hill it has good views of the valley.
People seem to be used to tourists and a bit of soliciting goes on.
I just had a brief glimpse of Moulay Idriss as we stopped for lunch. We, as non Muslims, couldn't visit the Shrine of Moulay Idriss but we did pass by. Other than it's obvious religious significance, it's a pretty but fairly standard Moroccan hill town...More
The village is very picturesque from a distance Once arrived though, you notice that it is plagued with false friends that doubtfully call you " mon bon ami". Impossible to stop to look around quietly or get your bearings without being solicited . They most...More
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