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Check out the model at the entry. We spent hours walking around a exploring all the signs, areas, explanations. We went everywhere. Mosaics and building is amazing. Walk up to the observation point. We learn from listening to the audio stations.
This place is Phenomenal!! Incredible views of history. Literally an entire city basically still intact after it was excavated. Lots of walking so be sure to wear the proper clothes and shoes. Very interesting to see what/how ancient civilization would've lived like. This is a...More
Probably the most impressive site that I have seen in my life so far! Great ruins, very well preserved and expansive site! Absolutely stunning and if you like history this is a MUST SEE. Though Cesarea was great this site was meaningfully more impressive! gREAT
We were travelling from the Golan Heights to the Dead Sea and made a late afternoon stop. We weren't necessarily expecting much from this small park, but were amazed at the history and quality of the ruins. Another mind-expanding experience in Israel...and the best part,...More
I really enjoyed my visit to Beit She'an. I was driving from Masada to Tiberias and decided to make a brief site at this national park on my way. I was very glad that I did. The park is located a mile or two off...More
From the top of the Roman theater, you can see a great overview of most of the park. Palladius Street is an interesting pillar-lined street. Other streets have some pillars left where they fell during an earthquake, while others have been restored on the place...More
This is a remarkable restoration of a provincial capital of the Roman period. Walking the grounds, one can easily imagine the people of that period doing business in the cardo, watching a sporting event in the amphitheatre, etc. A bit off the beaten path, but...More
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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.