Fez :As the oldest imperial city founded by Moulay Idriss in the 8th centry Fez remains until today the spiritual capital of Morocco. A UNESCO World heritage requiring a full day visit to its medieval medina with the bustling handicrafts quarters, the Karaouine mosque, the Nejjarine fountain and the famous medrasas or coranic schools. One day is spent to cover the 500 km distance between Fez and Marrakesh, via the middle Atlas Mountains, the Berber village of Immouzer du Kandar and Ifrane and Beni Mellal agriculture centre. On the way to this town, a stop is scheduled on the Volubilis roman city site. Fez is also the city that welcomes each year the famous worldwide Festival of Sacred Music. The religious capital of Morocco with its medieval Medina where you can find the Attarine and Bou Anania Medrasas (old religious schools), the Nejjarine fountain, the Moulay Driss Mausoleum and Karaouine mosque. Depending on the period, a %u201Csound and light%u201D night show can be attended. Meknes : Imperial City since the Sultan Moulay Ismail made it his residence in the 17th century. Numerous palaces embellished the city. The famous Bab Al Mansour and the Royal Stables stand as witness of the past glory. Famous for its 40 km city walls and beautiful gate Bab Mansour that it jealously preserves, Meknes is the worth visiting to learn another bit about Moroccan%u2019s past glory. Visit of the Islamic capital and discovery of its 40 km city walls and its beautiful Bab Mansour gate, not forgetting the Royal stables and the Jewish quarter that are to be included in the visit. A stop in the Volubilis ruins to travel back in the Roman era. Volubilis & Moulay Driss The holy of Moulay Driss, founder of Islam in Morocco and the important and impressive remains of the roman city of Volubilis.