Caesarea, Acre and Haifa

Itinerary Caesarea, Acre and Haifa

Start the day by being collected from your hotel, in Jerusalem ( for an extra fee ) or Tel Aviv ( included ). As we are leaving Tel Aviv, drive along the Mediterranean, to Caesarea. Explore the excavations with your guide, and view the well-preserved rooms, a moat, and the gateways. There is a beautiful Roman amphitheater that is very well preserved, and still used today for major events, and concerts. See the remains of a hippodrome and a Roman temple.

Continue North through Haifa and tour the Bahai' shrine and the famous gardens. There are 19 terraces that make up the garden. Drive on to Rosh Hanikra and descend in a cable car to the grottoes.

Driving back we will see Acre, a huge Crusader city. It is very well preserved, and it is hard to believe that it has survived throughout the years. Atop of the Crusader remains the Turkish prison that was used under the Turkish rule, and also by the British to hang the Jews, so that it would limit the immigration after World War 2.

This tour runs only on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays

Pick up from Jerusalem at 05:50 am- 14$ extra fee per person

Pick up from Tel Aviv at 07:15 am


Entrance fees


Personal expenses

What you need to know:

Please wear warm clothes in the Winter, and a coat is advised
Walking shoes
Cool comfortable clothing in the Summer
Personal insurance is not included.

Listing created Jul 8, 2019

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