Kursi National Park has a lot of exciting things that will leave its visitors with a remarkable experience. There is never a dull moment in this old monastery if visited.
The entrance is featured by a big atrium, guarded by a 2-story tower. Inside, you can find the Basilica – where the main altar used to be, the Mosaics – decorated with birds and fish and other unique symbols of the times, the Chapel – where 30 monks skeletons were found buried in a crypt, the Baptistery, oil press room, storage and living area and much more.
The well reserved park shows in great clearance how life used to be in ancient times.
The park also features other things such as the holy rock, enchanted bench (which scientifically has been shown to radiant unique energy), remains of the late Roman period bathhouse, the sand verses, a spectacular mosaic from the Byzantine period, a Jewish synagogue from the Talmud times, and even more.
Inside the park, there is an audio guide that provides a detailed historical background of the park in five languages. If visited alone, without a tour guide, it is highly recommended to use the audio guide for a complete walkthrough of the interesting history of the place.