1-Day Caesarea, Acre, Rosh HaNikra Tour from Jerusalem/Tel Aviv

  • Tour code: 745-928
  • Available: Tue, Thu, Fri, Sun
  • Depart from: Jerusalem, Israel; Tel Aviv, Israel; Netanya, Israel; Herzliya, Israel
  • Duration: 9 Hours
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Israel's northern coast is home to ancient Roman ruins, stunning grottos and beautiful beaches. Visit the regional highlights, including Caesaria, Haifa, the Bahai Gardens, Rosh Hanikra and Acre.

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  • Children under the age of 5 are not allowed on this tours for safety and insurance reasons.

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  • Day 1 Caesarea, Acre & Rosh HaNikra 1-Day from Jerusalem(455 km)
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Day 1 Caesarea, Acre & Rosh HaNikra 1-Day from Jerusalem(455 km)

Guests will be picked up from Jerusalem and Tel Aviv hotels. We will begin the day in Caesarea, site of the ancient Roman regional capital and port, where we will embark on a walking tour of the archaeological site, seeing the old port, hippodrome, and amphitheater.

We will then continue north to Haifa for a beautiful panoramic view of the impressive Bahai Gardens, the city, and the port. We will then proceed to Rosh HaNikra, where we will take the cable car to visit the limestone grottoes on the waterfront, at the border with Lebanon to the north.

Making our way back south, we will stop in the enchanting port city of Acre, a city that French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte tried to unsuccessfully siege. We will walk through the market of the Old City, ending at the harbor, where we can often see local children jumping into the ocean from the remains of the old city walls. At the end of the day, we will return to Jerusalem, and guests will be dropped off at their hotels.

This town on the Israeli coast was notable in ancient times as being the Roman regional capital and port. Now, it contains one of the best archaeological sites in the area, where you can learn a great deal of history.

Haifa is the largest city in northern Israel, and the third largest city in the country. The city is a major seaport located on Israel's Mediterranean coastline in the Bay of Haifa covering 63.7 square kilometers.

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    Also known as the Hanging Gardens of Haifa, these terraced gardens provide fantastic views of this coastal Israeli city. The terraces lead up to the Shrine of Bab that sits on Mount Carmel.

This Israeli kibbutz is located near the northern border with Lebanon. It is a coastal village, most famous for the grottoes, accessible by cable car.

It played a very important role during the Middle Ages, when it was the base of operations for the European crusading forces stationed in the area. Nowadays, visitors can see the very well preserved remains of the medieval city.

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    The old city of Acre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is defined by the remains of the medieval walls. During the Crusades, this area was the center for the European armies in the area.





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