The Roman Market is one of the most visible ruins in Bosra. It is a paved esplanade before served as a Roman market. Besides being a spacious and with wonderful views of the city, is a must for children. Let me explain: The village children come to play catch-up and hiding here ... Maybe everyone does not like what I say: But the idea of ruins being used, worn, played on, I feel like it's much more beautiful than the other debris "museum" that can only be accessed with a guide, entry and restricted areas. The city of Bosra-for now-is an oasis of ruin worn, used and enjoyed. Children are their best customers.