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What you could expect from your Syria Tour:
The 18th Century Azem Palace in Damascus – An excellent example
of Ottoman architecture and home to the Museum of Arts and
The National Museum of Damascus – Admire its wonderful collection
of archeological and historical artifacts.
St Paul’s Chapel – In the old city of Damascus to see the spot where
the disciples lowered the saint out of a window one night so he could
flee from the Jews.
The Grand Mosque – In Damascus containing the famous Tomb
The Krak des Chevaliers en-route to Hama – Possibly the best
preserved castle in the world.
Hama – One of Syria’s most picturesque cities, wander through the old
town, haggle in the souks and walk along the river admiring the
Nourias, old Roman waterwheels.
Venture further up the Valley of the Orontes – Passing Bedouin
encampments as you go.
Apamea – With its ancient Acropolis, populated since Hittite times and
rebuilt during Roman inheritance. Admire incredible ruins and mosaics
and walk the Cardo Maximus, the longest street in Apamea at 1.85km
and once lined with grand civic buildings.
The archeological excavations at Ebla – Revealing a civilization
considered to be one of the oldest in Syria.
The Monastery of St Symeon – The jewel of the Syrian Greek
Haggling for bargains in Aleppo – One of Syria’s great trading cities with
souks and khans galore in the vibrant streets and markets.
The Mosque of Abraham in Aleppo – So called because Abraham milked
his cow there!
Palmyra – The ‘Bride of the Desert’ – one of the most impressive and
well preserved cities in Arabia.
The Temple of Bel in Palmyra – Best seen in the glow of the early
The Museum of Palmyra – An intriguing insight into a fascinating
history, this is a must.
Relaxing with the locals – On your final night in one of the many Shisha
bars that populate the centre of Damascus.
Worldwide Journeys Brochure January 2012 - April 2013