Volubilis is a roman ruin, located a few kilometers from the imperial city of Meknes between Fez and Rabat. To get there, you can take a train to Meknes and then take a bus to Volubilis. The nearest town is Moulay Driss, and you can walk to the ruin. Alternatively, you could share the cost of a taxi with some other tourists. The ruins of this archaeological site are the most conserved of Morocco and were built in the third century BC, when the Roman Empire stretched across the Mediterranean Sea. It is now a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was part of a colony that founded Cartagena, and in its heyday was a city managed by Mauritania.