Within this Jesus's blessed and Fantastic trip, we will walk the road of 6 Roman cities which were under Roman control for four centuries (Jordan’s Roman heritage makes up an integral part of the country’s history since 63 BCE and the conquest of Pompey. Out of the 10 ancient cities situated in the south of the Levant (or the Decapolis), six of these city-state settlements were in Jordan). These six Roman cities and the Jesus Baptism site in the Jordan River where He was baptized, and this place was blessed over centenaries, also the Rosy Stony City of Petra and more places in Jordan where you can feel the lovely hospitality of Jordanians mixed with the Roman taste, so enjoy this lovely trip in a warm country and with a Jordanian TripLeader who will tack care of you. Food and drinks will be shared, and museums and heritage places entrance fees will be paid individually, and do not forget to save tens of euros by buying the Jordan Pass a head from online. Book your flight, and the Jordan Pass online for 1 day visit Petra where John the Baptist baptized Jesus, and: 1. Philadelphia (Amman) 2. Gerasa (Jerash) 3. Capitolias (Beit Ras) 4. Gadara (Umm Qais) 5. Abila (Qweilbeh) 6. Pella (Tabqet Fahel) was named by the Greeks of Alexander the Great. 7. The Dead Sea, 427m below sea level, Earth's lowest elevation on land, where you can swim in January. 8. Petra, the "Rose City." famous archaeological site in Jordan. Accessed via a narrow canyon called Al Siq. 9. Wadi Rum, also known as the Valley of the Moon, is a valley cut into the sandstone and granite rock, it is the largest wadi in Jordan, offering guided tours, hiking and rock climbing. The Wadi Rum Protected Area has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2011. 10. Al-Maghtas, you will be baptized and blessed, just like Jesus. 11. Aqaba, you will swim in January in warm Red-Sea water of Aqaba. 12. Madaba 13. Udhruh Sub-District So, what is included in the price? - Accommodation (Twin bedroom) - Transportation to each stop shown About me: I am Mohamad, I am a Jordanian who loves to navigate nature and historical places worldwide, but especially in Jordan. Any questions, feel free to text me!