One of the largest Roman ruins in Israel are found in Bet She’an, on the edge of the Jordan Valley. The Beit She’an National Park has unique archaeological excavation and provides a good idea of what a city in the Roman Empire looked like.
The national park should be visited from July to the end of September due to the heat only early morning. Sun protection and water should be brought along.
The drive from Gan Ner to Beit She’an is about 20 minutes.
It takes around 20 minutes from Gan Ner to Bet She´an.