Orient Tourist Bureau
Your Way To The Holy Land
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A picturesque city in the north of the country, Haifa combines history and appearances to create an interesting and relaxing destination. The prized Mediterranean port has been conquered and rebuilt many times over, with much of its still-standing historic architecture dating back to the time of the Ottomans and the Mandate period. Today, its beach and thriving waterfront draw crowds from across the globe, adding to the city's already diverse culture. Among the numerous places to visit in Haifa, its pleasant gardens dotting the city top many visitors' lists. create an adventure that suits you with Orient Tourist Bureau.
Caesarea, Haifa & Akko Day
full-day tour to explore Israel's Mediterranean coast and sites such as the terraced Baha'i Gardens in Haifa, the natural limestone grottoes of Rosh Hanikra, and the ancient port city of Acree in Western Galilee.
- Walk through ancient Roman ruins in Caesarea
- Marvel at the terraced Baha'i gardens in Haifa
- Explore the natural limestone grottoes in Rosh Hanikra
- Wander through an oriental bazaar in Acre
- Visit 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Spend a day exploring Israel's beautiful Mediterranean coast on this full-day tour departing from Tel Aviv, Herzliya and Netanya. An expert guide will take you in a climate-controlled bus to visit ancient cities and monuments along the coast.
To begin, your guide will take you to discover the splendid harbor city of Caesarea. This ancient Roman city boasts impressive Roman ruins, including one of the largest amphitheaters built in the Roman era.
Next, you will journey to Haifa to visit the Baha'i Gardens. The Baha'i gardens feature stunning terraces and are one of Israel's top attractions. Your guide will make sure that you have the opportunity to photograph the terrific UNESCO-protected gardens before continuing on to Rosh Hanikra.
In Rosh Hanikra, you can explore the area's limestone grottoes. Rosh Hanikra also features beautiful white-chalk cliffs that overlook the Mediterranean Sea. From the cliffs, you can peek over the border into Lebanon before continuing to Acre, in the north.
The Old City of Acre is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and features impressive city walls, a charming port, and an oriental bazaar. Your guide will detail the ancient city's fascinating history, as you wander the historic streets that were known to the Greeks, Byzantines, and, Ottomans.