One of the oldest cities in Israel, dates 7,000 years back. The mound on which Biblical Bet She’an was established, is strategically located at the junction of Jordan Valley and Jezreel Valley and was ruled by many kings. Among the ancient ruins that are placed in the national park you can see the remains of a Hellenistic city, an amphitheater, plaza, basilica, bathhouses, a colonnaded street and reconstructed mosaic. If you stay after sunset you can enjoy a fascinating audio-visual projection on the stones. When traveling through the Jordan Valley on a bar mitzvah tour in Israel, Beit She’an is a stop not to miss.