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One of my favorite stops on the Israel tour. ....could have spent much more time there! I always love seeing the original mosaics. To think about how thousands of years ago this was someone's home/town and what a different life they must have lived.
Seeing these amazing ruins and getting a glimpse of life as it was back as far as 10,000 years ago in places. Seeing layer upon layer of civilisations and how they built their shopping plazas, amphitheatres, and saunas etc. Mosaics, carved marble and granite has...More
This city is an old city with lots of roads that connect the world that came through this city. the city has a lot of Roman architecture really awesome remaining structures like amphitheater baths as well as roman road and hippodrome. worth the stay and...More
Beit Shean or Nisa Scythopolis is probably the most picturesque ancient site in Israel. It has columns restored, a Roman theatre, a huge Tel which is 5000 years of civilisations built one upon the other and super views from the top.
The climb to the...More
We visited the Bet She’an National Park on a Saturday morning as part of a 3 bus tour group from the U.S. Our visit started with a walk to an amphitheater. Along the way, one of our tour guides provided some background on the city....More
We did this trip asinfependant travellers. There are no guides to explain the context of what you are seeing and so it was left for us to see what we could with a two page pamphlet. A great shame no one could be bothered to...More
The visit was very educational, walking in the middle of the ancient ruins of the city felt almost real, there is however one thing to take into consideration - the weather, as the area can get really hot, better to check the weather before arriving.
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We did it with a tour group so they know what is safe & what is not. Most of the time we were on a normal bus but we also used an armoured bus in the dangerous areas. This was a safe area but Jericho was not & the 2... More
We did it with a tour group so they know what is safe & what is not. Most of the time we were on a normal bus but we also used an armoured bus in the dangerous areas. This was a safe area but Jericho was not & the 2 areas are not that far apart. My tip would be to speak to a local guide as things can change very quickly there.