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The Herodion National Park – King Herod’s Tomb & Castle

  • Herodion National Park

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historical hike
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

This is the first time we had gone here even though I've been to Israel a few times. It was very interesting but didn't have enough biblical content for what I like to see when I go. It's also extremely high up in a wide open space where its colder then many other sections...

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This is the first time we had gone here even though I've been to Israel a few times. It was very interesting but didn't have enough biblical content for what I like to see when I go. It's also extremely high up in a wide open space where its colder then many other sections of Israel. As a result, the winds are very cold and high level up there.. make sure you have nothing that can fly off or away from you. I wouldn't recommend with small children. Although my 12 year old loved it. All and all was a good experience that was worth doing at least once! Beautiful views too

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a must c & be place....amazing history....good reconstruction...
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 5 days ago

u really feel the Hordos age & times around...like going in time tunnel...it connects u to that time

Another fortress for Herod the Great
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 8, 2019

The Herodian is worth a visit. Located near Bethlehem, it's well preserved, with excavation continuing. You can see it quickly in an hour, but you could spend 2-3 hours if you had the time. It's a Israeli National Park site, so, if you're planning on visiting Ceasarea, Masada, Qumran, Bet Shean, En Gedi, Nimrod Fortress,...

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The Herodian is worth a visit. Located near Bethlehem, it's well preserved, with excavation continuing. You can see it quickly in an hour, but you could spend 2-3 hours if you had the time. It's a Israeli National Park site, so, if you're planning on visiting Ceasarea, Masada, Qumran, Bet Shean, En Gedi, Nimrod Fortress, Tel Dan, Banias/Caesarea Philippi, Tel Megiddo, Mount Arbel--just to name a few of the Israeli National Parks, consider purchasing a money-saving punch pass instead of single entry tickets. The punch passes are described on the Israel National Parks website--in English, Arabic, and Hebrew--just look for the tab "money saving tickets" at the top of the home page. Online purchase is soon to be available, or purchase at your first park.

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