Susita (Hippos) Nature Reserve and National Park

Susita (Hippos) Nature Reserve and National Park, Ein Gev

Susita (Hippos) Nature Reserve and National Park

Susita (Hippos) Nature Reserve and National Park
5
Ruinas antiguas • Parques nacionales • Áreas de naturaleza y vida silvestre
Acerca de
Duración sugerida
1-2 horas
Sugiere ediciones para mejorar lo que mostramos.
Mejorar este perfil
Tours y experiencias
Explora distintas formas de experimentar este lugar.

5.0
18 opiniones
Excelente
16
Muy bueno
2
Promedio
0
Mala
0
Horrible
0

Lex B
Thornlands, Australia41 aportes
mar. de 2020
Actually finding the way to Susita was a challenge. Google and Maps.me want to take you the long way round Lake Galilee but trust me....despite what the GPS says, you can definitely get to Susita around the top of Lake Galilee and down from the north of the lake. When we visited, there were signs clearly saying that the road we needed to take up to the Roman ruins was closed. Well if you drive around the signs you soon find that the road is indeed not closed and will take you all the way up to the ruins. And what amazing ruins they are...you simply must make the effort to see this ancient city. It is pretty huge so leave yourself some time to walk around it. There is likely to be no tourists up there as no tour buses are going to be able to negotiate the road (bitumen...but very narrow). You can take your time and stroll around the ruins and the old Roman streets lined with ancient columns. Pay attention to the signs along the trail warning you about mines...do not stray off the track. The views from up at the ruins are amazing...so take your camera.
Escrita el 11 de marzo de 2020
Esta opinión es la opinión subjetiva de un miembro de Tripadvisor, no de TripAdvisor LLC.

Alejandro Z
Ciudad de México, México140 aportes
may. de 2019 • Familia
Wonderful view of the Kineret and surrounding kibbutzim. The natural aspect of the site is excellent. Historically, it lets you see why Syrian forces had control of the valley and why it’s so strategic.
Escrita el 6 de mayo de 2019
Esta opinión es la opinión subjetiva de un miembro de Tripadvisor, no de TripAdvisor LLC.

Nakaryakov
Tel Aviv, Israel20 aportes
mar. de 2019 • Solitario
Все самые интересные места в Израиле уже давно платные. А среди бесплатных ништяков, на мой взгляд, лидирует Суссита. Часик побродить по римским развалинам, проникнуться атмосферой, насладиться тишиной - что ещё надо... Только хорошая погода, ибо летом слишком жарко и тени мало.

Из минусов: дорога к Суссите официально закрыта (есть указатель). Но фактически все пользуются дорогой и пока никого не оштрафовали. Дорога местами разбитая, но терпимо. Проедет любая, даже низкая, легковушка.
Escrita el 11 de marzo de 2019
Esta opinión es la opinión subjetiva de un miembro de Tripadvisor, no de TripAdvisor LLC.

igal27
Rehovot, Israel4.989 aportes
oct. de 2018 • Familia
If you're in the area of the eastern part of the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee), you should definitely try to work Susita into your tour plan. If you're coming from the north, stop at the Ophir Lookout along the way (for an absolutely amazing view of the entire Kinneret on one side, and the Golan Heights on the other), and then continue for the short drive to Susita. You'll find there the remains of an ancient Roman village that was built on top of the hill, all this surrounded by a 360-degree nature panorama, with a view of the Kinneret and Tiberias on the opposite shore. There is no entrance fee, and we had the place pretty much to ourselves. Definitely worth a visit!
Escrita el 27 de noviembre de 2018
Esta opinión es la opinión subjetiva de un miembro de Tripadvisor, no de TripAdvisor LLC.

תמר בכפר T
Kinneret, Israel25 aportes
abr. de 2018 • Familia
עונות מומלצות: חורף, אביב וסתיו, למרות שגם בקיץ כיף , כדאי להגיע בימים נעימים יותר. האתר כל הזמן מתחדש
Escrita el 27 de julio de 2018
Esta opinión es la opinión subjetiva de un miembro de Tripadvisor, no de TripAdvisor LLC.

Reise-Gecko
451 aportes
may. de 2018 • Amigos
Der Ort heißt nicht Sussita, sondern Susita.
Am Ort steht zwar Susita National Park, aber der NP wird nicht mehr unterhalten.
Der NP liegt in den 1967 von Israel besetzten/einverleibten Golanhöhen. Gefährlich ist es dort nicht, wenn man auf den Wegen bleibt. Schilder warnen vor vermintem Gebiet.
Es ist eine schöne Wanderung von Ein-Gev hinauf, über die Straße ca. 4 km von der Durchgangsstraße, ca. 340 m Höhenunterschied. Man schafft die Strecke ohne Hektik in 1 1/4 Std. Der Rückweg über die asphaltierte Straße geht gut in die Knie. Der nicht asphaltierte Weg ist kürzer, also steiler.
Da es z. B. im Mai recht warm ist, empfiehlt sich ein Start vor 6 Uhr morgens.
Oben gibt es die Reste von Hippos, einer griechisch-römischen Stadt der Dekapolis, die bei einem Erdbeben zerstört wurde. Beeindruckend, welche Baumassen dort hinauf geschafft wurden, z. B. die rosafarbenen Basaltsäulen aus der Assuan-Gegend. Manpower spielte damals anscheinend keine Rolle.
Es ist ein schöner ruhiger Ort, keine Touri-Busse (auch kein Parkplatz). Toller Blick über den See Genezareth und auf die Golanhöhen.
Escrita el 30 de mayo de 2018
Esta opinión es la opinión subjetiva de un miembro de Tripadvisor, no de TripAdvisor LLC.

feb. de 2018 • Pareja
beautiful remains of ancient city, surrounded by impressive nature, easy walk to reach this archeological wonder...likely to be alone when visiting, no tourist center or anyone there..ancient columns, theater, baths and more can be observed...
Escrita el 11 de febrero de 2018
Esta opinión es la opinión subjetiva de un miembro de Tripadvisor, no de TripAdvisor LLC.

VisitIsrael
Modi'in-Maccabim-Re'ut, Israel22.892 aportes
oct. de 2017 • Negocios
Located on a road that shows a sign not to enter (but you can enter, just be careful of the potholes) is a very well preserved site with Roman ruins as well as later ruins, partially destroyed by an earthquake. No entrance fee thus far and so no brochure. Be sure to read about it on line before visiting.
Escrita el 30 de diciembre de 2017
Esta opinión es la opinión subjetiva de un miembro de Tripadvisor, no de TripAdvisor LLC.

GAWS533
Kirkland, WA84 aportes
dic. de 2017 • Amigos
Let your imagination run with the findings in this recently uncovered ancient Roman ruins. This became a favorite location in my Israel travel. Easy walk to the site and spectacular view across the Sea of Galilee into Tiberius. Be sure to read the Biblical story about the 2000 pigs running into the sea before you go.
Escrita el 19 de diciembre de 2017
Esta opinión es la opinión subjetiva de un miembro de Tripadvisor, no de TripAdvisor LLC.

Wes H
Issaquah, WA14 aportes
dic. de 2017 • Amigos
We didn't know about this site until we had taken the boat ride at Ein Gev so it came as a pleasant surprise. We were the only ones there on a sunny afternoon. Because the site isn't finished, we had amazing access to the Roman ruins, in which pieces of ancient pottery dot the old Roman road, which is in incredible condition. For folks interested in biblical places, it was one of the cities of the Decapolis, on "the other side" as the gospels call it. It was a great perspective on what it must have been like to cross the lake once upon a time. Also an incredible view of the entire lake!
Escrita el 16 de diciembre de 2017
Esta opinión es la opinión subjetiva de un miembro de Tripadvisor, no de TripAdvisor LLC.

Mostrando resultados de 1 a 10 de 18
¿Falta algo o hay algo incorrecto?
Sugiere ediciones para mejorar lo que mostramos.
Mejorar este perfil
Preguntas frecuentes sobre Susita (Hippos) Nature Reserve and National Park

Te recomendamos reservar tours en Susita (Hippos) Nature Reserve and National Park anticipadamente para asegurar tu lugar. Si reservas con Tripadvisor, puedes cancelar hasta 24 horas antes de que comience el tour y recibir un reembolso total. Ver los 4 tours en Susita (Hippos) Nature Reserve and National Park en Tripadvisor


Restaurantes cerca de Susita (Hippos) Nature Reserve and National Park: Ver todos los restaurantes cerca de Susita (Hippos) Nature Reserve and National Park en Tripadvisor