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Jerash Ruins

Jerash, Jordan
+962 6 551 3832
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Jerash, Jordan
+962 6 551 3832
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Jerash in the north of jordan, The history of the city is waaw, my family and i we had a good time in here. everywhere in jerash you will see Roman

Thank FADWA5
Reviewed 3 days ago

The historic city of Jerash is very impressive. It was destroyed by an earthquake and you can just visit 30% of the historical part but it is very impressive. It is an absolute MUST on your list when you go to Jordan. I recommend a...More

Thank Herr-Schlappschuss
Reviewed 4 days ago

That is a superior place - one of the largest Roman citiy ruins I have seen. You can walk there for a long time. I like such places in "out of season" time when not crowded and you have planty of of time to walk...More

Thank marekp59
Reviewed 6 days ago

ancient city shows the ancient city built more than 6500 years ago. it is well preserved and you can see the roman architecture with its fountains,drains, theater, temples.it was hidden under sand and was excavated throwing light to greek,roman and arab traditions.

Thank sudeep912
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Located north of Amman this is a large set of ruins with two theatres, and a very impressive colonnaded central plaza and approach streets There is also a hippodrome with a partially re constructed section of seating It was not expensive to enter ( especially...More

Thank Andrew R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Came for the afternoon and evening session during the annual festival. The ruins are a sight to behold and there are many examples of temples and other buildings of this ancient city. The 800 metres of the road give an example of this civilization 2000...More

Thank Eddie O
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed in Dead sea area and took a private trip to Jerash. Jerash is a wonderful landscape in Northern Amman. Entry fee is 10 JD (=12-14 UDS). If you visit in June-Lujy, you are going to face extreme heats. Better you visit there after...More

Thank DrBRAYEcon
Reviewed 1 week ago

The best time to visit is the end of March, wonderful weather and landscape in Jordan especially north of Amman. It is better to have a guide, you'll know an amazing information about the history and constructions especially the earthquake resistance columns and about the...More

Thank FreeAdventurer
Reviewed 1 week ago

I have been to many roman ruins, but Jerash is by far my favorite. We spent all day here walking around. The city center is remarkably intact and you can really imagine yourself being there way back in time. You can see the sewers, the...More

1  Thank Nikki W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went to this place after Petra... The most thing that I like here is that you can touch/feel the history (not as in Petra-10m away from the attractions). The entrance is 10JOD. Drinks can be bought only at entrance so take some time to...More

2  Thank Georgi G
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21 July 2017|
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Response from rdragon78 | Reviewed this property |
Unless you're in love with hot, sticky, and almost unbreathable air, I'd avoid the whole of Jordan, especially Petra and Wadi Rum during the summer months. I went in April and it was around 100-105 deg F (38-40 C). And don't... More
Geoff F
17 February 2017|
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Response from Myclare | Reviewed this property |
Hi there is nowhere to leave your luggage. Perhaps book into a cheap hotel and leave it there - the carpark was full but not attended by security.
29 January 2017|
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Response from HichamGM | Reviewed this property |
we did not see any thing like that furing our trip but there were bedouin traditionnal music players playing pipes and shouting very old arabic songs. but Lebanese restaurant next to it was great!