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Jerash Ruins

Jerash, Jordan
+962 6 551 3832
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  • Excellent79%
  • Very good18%
  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“roman city” (136 reviews)
“greco roman” (30 reviews)
“day trip” (52 reviews)
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Jerash, Jordan
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"roman city"
in 136 reviews
"greco roman"
in 30 reviews
"day trip"
in 52 reviews
"hadrian's arch"
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"couple of hours"
in 24 reviews
"amazing roman"
in 21 reviews
"turkey"
in 21 reviews
"entrance fee"
in 33 reviews
"colonnaded street"
in 19 reviews
"local guide"
in 34 reviews
"large site"
in 17 reviews
"take your time"
in 17 reviews
"two hours"
in 24 reviews
"visiting jordan"
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"bring water"
in 15 reviews
"chariot races"
in 27 reviews
"south gate"
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Reviewed today

The Jerash ruins are pretty awesome. I think I enjoyed visiting them more than the Forum in Rome. The complex is impressively big and you’d need multiple days to see it all. We went with our young kids so we just chose a few things...More

Thank Randy H
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Reviewed yesterday

One of the best preserved Roman cities in the eastern Mediterranean, there is free access to this site with the ‘Jordan pass’. If driving there is a free car park close to the entrance. The walk starts at the entrance with the monumental Harrison’s arch...More

Thank T-SGlobetrotters
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is the best of Hadrian's cities there is to see possibly in the world and an absolute must if visiting Jordan. I didn't expect the city to be so intact, to be able to walk across a roman town on the original road surface....More

Thank azann2016
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a perfect size for all the family to access. It is an amazing place to visit. Although much work has been done on excavation, there is a lot more still waiting to excavated. This site is accessible with kids of all ages. You...More

Thank TheKidsMum2014
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Don't hesitate, go, spend 3,4 or even 5 hours and use a local guide! Totally mind blowing! This place needs promoting and needs protecting!!!!! The guide books do not do this site justice! This is a must see for anyone with the slightest interest in...More

Thank CotswoldsOldbloke
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We did the visit as a half-day trip from our hotel at the Dead Sea, passing Amman. Two hours walking was enough for us to get a feeling for the antique. Entry fee is 10 JOD/person. Don’t miss the theater!

Thank andre2375
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Reviewed 6 days ago

If you love history and some ancient ruins of many Dynasties such as The Greeks and Romans then its a must to visit, you will need at least 2 hours to walk around make sure to hire a tourist guide to get the full details...More

Thank toneme007
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Jerash really impressed us! We have seen many Roman ruins, but Jerash was still very special and interesting. Upon arrival, we hired a guide from the Visitor's Center, Ahmed, and were so glad we had him to show us the site (we spent about 1.5...More

Thank Mooneys2013
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Reviewed 1 week ago

the place is so big and is best visited aftrenoon before sunset. the ruins are marvelous during sunset

Thank Amanda A
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Granted I haven't seen Roman ruins everywhere they exist in the world but these rival or exceed anything I've seen anywhere including Rome and the Forum. The size of this site and how well preserved many of these ruins are is amazing. We decided to...More

Thank Jason M
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Jessica H
12 January 2018|
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Response from leonardo_1964 | Reviewed this property |
I would advice Jerash which is much more beautiful and big than Kerak. I think it is nearer as well.
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Tigre0313
22 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
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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.
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