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Informative, friendly and professional guide
Excellent value for money
Perfect for all ages and skill level
Your tour starts at your hotel and we shall take you to the historical city of Caesarea, an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Caesarea’s historical and archeological park is one of Israel’s most impressive parks, housing unique excavations dating from various periods, spread over 2000 years of history. Visit a beautiful Roman Theater with over 3000 seats. Then, head to King Herod’ Palace, which used to serve Roman Procurators, Pontius Pilatus included.
Walk along the Hippodrome to visit beautiful Roman villas and hot baths. Your next stop is King Herod’ Sea Port, which was one of the miracles of the Roman World, and the biggest port of Earth. Continue to Medieval Caesarea to walk along the city walls and around the towers
Continue to see the Roman Aqueduct that served the city for over 600 years of the Roman rule. Finally, at the modern part of Caesarea, visit a famous Ralli Art Museum complex, built in a memory of the Italian Jewish community.
Along the Northern Coast to Haifa, descend the slopes of Mount Carmel to the Sea. This over 3000 year old city was once a home for the Prophet Elijah, during his life fight against the paganism. Present-day Haifa is a great mixture of religions, languages, and unforgettable views. See some of the most outstanding sites of this city unique in its beauty.
Your first stop will be at the top of Carmel Mount, where the magnificent view of the whole city will evolve under your feet. Then go to the Baha’i Gardens, another UNESCO World Heritage site. These gardens are the symbol of the Baha’i Faith, the youngest of the World Monotheist religions, and they are considered among the most beautiful (if not the most beautiful) parks on Earth.
Next visit Stella Maris, the Carmelite Monastery built above the cave where the Prophet Elijah was hiding from the rage of the idolaters and fed with a crow. Drive along the slopes of Mount Carmel, to visit the center of the city, German Colony. This 150 year old neighborhood was the first of many German Protestant settlements at the Holy Land, and it still looks like a part of the old Europe – carefully restored and bearing the signs and the names of the first German Settlers.
Transport by private vehicle
Professional art historian guide
Food and drinks
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Infant seats are available on request if advised at time of booking