On our May 2014 trip through Morocco we included Volubilis since it was generally on the way back after we toured the Middle Atlas. Not expecting much we were very impressed with the expanse of the major North African Roman city that once thrived here. The work done by what we understand to be primarily French archeologists to bring back the mosaic tile floors and luxury house layouts was terrific. Our guide stressed that limited Moroccan training in archeology and sporadic budgeting has mode progress slow but the potential for future re-discovery is exciting. There is so much left to uncover.
They are about to finish what looks like a fabulous site museum similar in architectural style to the new one at the Parthenon albeit on a much smaller scale. If you go in the fall it should be open. We hired a local guide who was very knowledgeable in both the history and the restoration so I highly recommend you doing the same. Very fair price and where else will get that kind of context on the sites you are seeing.
Perhaps the best part of the visit is the lack of the massive crowds in European sites like this. You can tour at your leisure, take photos from various angles and linger at the more interesting points while enjoying a low stress and relaxed setting.
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