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All reviews amazing mosaics ancient city lower galilee archaeological site mona lisa roman theater mosaic floors preserved mosaics we spent hours gift shop admission fee interesting sites visitor center cold drinks bring water fascinating place three hours
An historical site in a national park. Very interesting.old Roman mosaics, interesting history
A gift shop, toilets and a picnic well organized area.
Suitable for families and kids
Go for it, relatively low entrance fee
The place is very interesting, worth to check whether there are free guided tours in the park. Often, these tours are organized for small groups at the place, in different languages, by volunteers. If you are lucky, you may get about hour of interesting discussions...More
This National Park is loaded with many, many, incredibly beautiful mosaics out for you to get close to and see. There are descriptive explanations about each. The area excavations date back to around year zero and about 4 centuries BCE. The park is large with...More
We have finally got round to visit these excavations, which are close to Nazareth. The site is astounding, with loads of Roman remains and stunning mosaic floors. Some of the remains are protected from the weather but most aren't, which is a great shame. I...More
We decided to visit this site while we were in Nazareth. I am glad we did. It was pretty cool to see the excavation areas and the mosaics. The fortress was pretty cool to climb to the top of and look out over the land....More
Pretty cool! This is a site where it was obvious the Jewish folks decided not to fight the Romans as evidenced by a zodiac mosaic on the floor of the synagogue there. Coupled with elaborate art work, the mosaic is worth seeing and studying. This...More
We spent 3 hours and saw only part of the many interesting things in Zippori. We watched two movies in English that explain about the ancient city and about one of the synagogues that were there. The house of Yehuda Hanasi is amazing, and the...More
We drove here on our way to Nazareth. I thought we needed to pay entry (or at least national park pass) but no one checked.
The first area we got to was like a picnic area with a gift shop. There were many teenagers there...More
This ruin has most of the highlights you have read about including a large home, a theater, main thoroughfares with adjoining commercial space, a large synagogue, lots of tile floors, etc. If you do not have a guide, you may get the best experience if...More