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Tel es-Sultan

Ein es-Sultan Street | Ein es-Sultan Street, Jericho, Palestinian Territories
+970 2 232 1909
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Ein es-Sultan Street | Ein es-Sultan Street, Jericho, Palestinian Territories
+970 2 232 1909
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Reviewed yesterday

It was great just to come here for a visit. The oldest city on earth and to see the ruins. I have been here twice and unfortunately both times the weather was hot which put a dampener on it for me as I hate heat....More

Thank Alana T
Reviewed 20 April 2017

It feels like this is just here and it's not really cared about. But it is SOOOO much more. Oldest ruins on earth they say but who knows. regardless it's amazing to see what was coming out of the earth. It would be so much...More

Thank EvaLady
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

An impromptu trip to the Holy Land found us in the ancient city of Jericho on Christmas Eve. The site is understated but represents an archaeological treasure trove. To stand on the ruins of the city leveled by Joshua and the Israelites was humbling. It...More

1  Thank BRIANandRONNIE2010
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

Visited this site as it's the oldest city in the world where you can see the oldest staircase and also tower that's around 10000 years old. Despite it looking like just a couple of old ruins its amazing to think of the history of the...More

Thank Emily M
Reviewed 14 April 2017

This is an amazing place. Has tons of history underneath. This is the oldest city on earth, with many layers of houses and buildings one on top of the other. However, it feels kind of abandoned. The tour guide was very helpful in informing what...More

Thank Pangelmar
Reviewed 30 March 2017

If you want to avoid tourist go to Jericho in February. The place was deserted. We hired a guide as we arrived and I'm pretty sure he made most of the stuff up but his songs were good and he made my children laugh. And...More

Thank jvquarterback
Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

Of course, the longest continuously inhabited town in the world is large stratification of layers. 23, we were told. And you can see them all, a deep pit. There were some other excavations, but i assume most have been covered up again, to protect them....More

Thank Jan_Lelie
Reviewed 18 January 2017 via mobile

Very interesting to see evidence that Jericho is the oldest city in the world. Good view of the monastery and the whole city from the top. It's a very easy climb that isn't too steep. There was a gentleman near the entrance who had a...More

Thank AwesomeBalance
Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

Walked through the excavation site and its remains. Our guide took us through the history - where the walls used to be and the location of the watch tower. Then we went down to the Elijah's spring where we all took turns sipping from it...More

Thank Minna M
Reviewed 22 December 2016

We went on a tour of Jericho and Bethlehem through Bein Harim tours. Our guide, Zahi Shaked (Isaac), made the trip utterly amazing. Our group agreed that we'd do any tour that Isaac led -- we ate amazing food and saw all the sites, all...More

1  Thank Anna F
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Abu Mahmoud H
is the place suitable to welcome tourists
14 June 2017|
Response from BRIANandRONNIE2010 | Reviewed this property |
While we recommend a guide to ensure ease of passage, if you are a native Arabic speaker you should have little difficulty. We felt very safe. The locals are just trying to sell fruits and local wares for income, but no one... More