After over 1300 of oblievance Roman City of Beit She'an is full of life again. The restoration of this World Heritage Site is almost over. And now visitors from all over the world enjoy the unique beauty of Scytopolis (it was the Roman name of the city) again. The streets and the colonnades, bath houses and latrines, endless mosaics and... 更多
An excellent archaeological site of late Roman times- well preserved and restored - with the bonus of the original Tel with ruins dating back to the time of King Saul (mentioned in Samuel 2) and before. The pace is massive - but take care - Beit She'an is one of the hottest and most humid places in Israel. To do... 更多
An absolutely amazing archaeological site with a fascinating history. I highly recommended heading up the tel on the north side of the park for a view of the whole city, it's well worth the short climb! If you go in summer try to get there as soon as it opens as there is very little shade within the park itself.
The best Roman era site I have ever seen. The site itself has history dating from 6000 years ago, but thats hardly the focus. The site itself is restored very well, and has an excellent story to explain the ruins I wont spoil here. The site itself is massive, and features large columns, an ancient bathhouse, a theater, and the... 更多
The town you an see is so great band large compare to most escalated ruins in Europe. Over two thousand years old you can see old streets, fountains,public bathrooms , pools, famous enough Roman bath building with mosaic floors and underground heating system. Go on a top of the hill, or even better, start over there , and you will... 更多
This is a premier site - not only are these some of the best preserved Roman ruins in Israel, the history is fascinating as well. A visit to this Decapolis city is a must. We were there at opening time and had the entire place to ourselves.
I am biased as I volunteered at the excavations here when in college. I joined it specifically because it is the best preserved Roman city in Israel. I am pleased every time I go back just recently 2 months ago. It gives you the sense of what a Roman Imperial city looked like without the distraction of later buildings mixed... 更多
This Roman city is well preserved, with baths, amphitheatre, public square, shops and more. You still can see the ancient marble and mosaic lying on the floor and decorates the walls. There is a great promenade fro which you can experience most of the city. There's even a hill in the park that contains relics from over 5000 years ago.... 更多
Amazing old ruins! You can walk through this park and just imagine what it used to be like! Roman baths(heated) , a large amphitheatre, large columns everywhere! This place must have been incredible in it's day! I would say this was one of the highlights of my trip to Israel. Climb up the hill and see the view! Would visit... 更多
This is really stepping back in history. It is an amazing place filled with ancient artifacts. Really brings Bible history to life by seeing what life was like.