Very well preserved Roman ruins. A very easy to hike site with it being about an hour or so to walk from one end to the other.
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Very interesting historic location that can take you back a couple thousand years. We went with a group, but didn't have a local tour guide. Sill got some good history of the place.
We visited while the Andrea Bocelli concert seating etc was still being cleared away,. this detracted slightly from our visit. This the largest Roman site i have visited, and much is well preserved, well worth the visit. We had a guide as part of our...More
Would recommend a visit to Jerash ruins. Amazing 'sound system' in what happens to be their concert place - go stand in the middle, facing the seats and say your name.
I visited Jerash on my recent trip to Jordan! I booked a day tour of Jerash and Amman with Jordan select tours who were great! I would definitely recommend getting one of the local guides that are at the site to bring you around as...More
This is a great place to visit. I had read the history before I arrived so did not hire a guide. I quite enjoyed just walking around by myself. There is a lot to see and quite a bit of walking involved. Make sure you...More
This site is just incredible, so easy to imagine people here 2000 years ago going about their everyday lives. Arriving at the car park and the visitor ticket office gives a slightly negative impression but once you get past this the whole site is vast,...More
Jerash is one of the most historical places in Jordan, and a must visit place. Jerash ruins are the grandeur of Imperial Rome being one of the largest and most well preserved sites of Roman architecture in Jordan. We visited during hot days but it...More
What a gem. The description in books and by travel agent did not adequately Layers and layers of history. Ruins in excellent condition. Ancient Jerash was comparable to ruins in Rome. Cannot believe Jerash is not pushed as a prime stop in Jordan. Recommend it...More