Haifa Transportation

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  • 1. Via Train

    I visited Rosh HaNikra and Akko on a daytrip from Haifa. In the morning I took the train from Haifa to Nahariya. It was 16 shekels and took 45 minutes. In Nahariya I went to the bus station, which is...

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  • 2. Via Busses

    you arrived directly by boat from athens-rhodes-limassol;but the boat is now not available, because of the frequent wars, the boat line is cancelled if you arrive by plane ,there are plenty of buses...

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  • 3. Carmelit funicular

    Although it covers only a small part of Haifa the Carmelit funicular was very useful for us to cover the steepness of the mountain from downtown to Hadar...

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  • 4. how to go there

    Haifa is 90km North of Tel Aviv (follow route 2), 156 NW of Jerusalem, 25km SW of Acre, 65km West of Tiberias.By planeAlthough there’s a local airport (from...

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  • 5. how to move around

    Walking/bicycleAlthough we walked a lot Haifa is not a walking friendly city for the simple reason many parts except the downtown area near the port are located...

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  • 6. The Carmel Tunnels

    The backbone of the Carmel mountain goes through Haifa all the way to the coast, leaving a very narrow coastal strip which channels all the traffic into and...

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  • 7. Parking at Haifa Tourist Board

    To park in Haifa can be tricky, but I found a place just behind the Haifa Tourist Board in the German Colony. Maybe this helps you when coming to this...

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  • 8. "Carmelit": Israel's First Underground

    Haifa is built on the slope of Mt. Carmrl, on 3 major levels: The Lower City (or downtown), Hadar Ha-Carmel (middle level), and Mt. Carmel. A network of long,...

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  • 9. Buses and Trains

    Haifa has a very devaloped transportation system.Buses - there are 3 main stations in Haifa. Hof Hacarmel is a beautiful new station (i would give it 9 of 10)...

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  • 10. The Shortest Metro In The World

    Its called the "Carmelit" and its a kind of funicular altought most of the people consider it as Israel's only subway system.It was built in the 50ies and ,...

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  • 11. Getting to Haifa

    The first time I went to Haifa, was by local bus from Tel Aviv. The next time a couple of years later was on a Mini Cruise from Cyprus, just for Derek to have a...

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  • 12. Carmelit Subway

    The Carmelit Subway starts at Paris Square (sea level) and runs underground, straight up for 1.75 km ( Approximately 1 mile) to Gan Ha'em on Mount Carmel, with...

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  • 13. Pods to take you to haven

    This orange pods, will take you from the beach in Haifa right to the top of the Mnt Carmell (hill) where is this great viewpoint of the City.

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  • 14. The Carmelit

    For travel from the Port area of Haifa to the City Center or vice-versa use Israel's only subway The Carmelit. It is inexpensive, efficient and oh so cute.

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