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Coastline Private tour to Caesarea and Zikhron Yaakov
"The Coastline Tour of Caesarea and Zikhron YaakovCaesarea’s historical and archeological park - one of Israel’s most impressive parks housing unique excavations dating from various periods spread over 2000 years of history. Fist stop will be a beautiful Roman Theater the Hippodrome Roman villas and baths and continue the trip along the city walls and around the towers wander through the ruins of the castle and the various temples visit the ancient port and the tiny artists’ square and view the interactive 3-dimensional computer simulations of the city’s past.  And
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Coastline Private tour to Caesarea and Zikhron Yaakov
"The Coastline Tour of Caesarea and Zikhron YaakovCaesarea’s historical and archeological park - one of Israel’s most impressive parks housing unique excavations dating from various periods spread over 2000 years of history. Fist stop will be a beautiful Roman Theater the Hippodrome Roman villas and baths and continue the trip along the city walls and around the towers wander through the ruins of the castle and the various temples visit the ancient port and the tiny artists’ square and view the interactive 3-dimensional computer simulations of the city’s past.  And
From $550.00
 
Private Tour: Caesarea Acre and Rosh Hanikra Day Tour from Tel Aviv
"Start your day at the ruins of ancient Caesarea the city that was built more than 2000 years ago by King Herod the Great and became the capital of the Holy Land for 600 years.We will visit the enormous roman theater and the hippodrome (a horse racing arena) with 30000 (!) seats that will make you feel the spirit of the roman cit we will walk and enjoy the beauty of the lovely Caesarea Marina the ancient port which was one of the greatest and most modern ports in the Roman world.Haifa –In Haifa we will see one of Israel’s wonders – the beautiful Baha’i gardens. There we will have the exciting opportunity to learn about the unique while also exploring the rich history of Haifa.Acre-In Acre we will ‘go back in time’ to the crusaders era. We will hear their story; visit the incredible knights’ halls and walk through a 700 years old secret passage that was used by the""
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Diving in Caesarea

We all know that the Dutch are the world’s champions in drying seas, but was it their invention? Definitely not! When Herod was building his city he wanted everything to be luxurious, and so had to be...
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The beautiful "Bird Mosaic" floor

This is the beautiful "Bird Mosaic" floor; its size is 14.5m x 16m and it is located on a hilltop, some 500 m outside the city wall of Byzantine Caesarea. The "Bird Mosaic" is believed to be the...
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The Aqueduct

At the beach north of the Caesarea National Park you will find the remains of the Aqueduct bringing water to the city. This was necessary as there were no other sources available here. So water had to...
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Harbour

The harbour had a 400 meter long outer quay, an inner quay and an area where the boats could set the anchor. It was built during the rule of Herod and made Caesarea an important town. Nowadays not...
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Temple Platform

There are ruins of a temple platform from Herods time on which a temple dedicated to Roma and Augustus was built. In later periodes other religious buildings were erected here, a mosque and a...
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Pontius Pilatus

Close to the Promontory Palace you will find a lime stone block set up which carries an inscription telling the name of Pontius Pilatus, the man who send Jesus to the crucifixion. According to a...
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Promontory Palace

The Promontory Palace is located directly at the sea in the west of the theater. It originates from the Roman and Byzantine Periode. You can see a pool in the remains which, according to scientists,...
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Herodian Amphitheater

The Amphitheater is a huge and long structure between the harbour and the theater. A long row of seats can be seen along the impressive arena floor which extends over 250 meters in length and 50...
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The Theater

The theater in Caesarea is in a very good shape, as the seats seem to be restored. It is pretty large and the most ancient in Israel. 4000 spectators could find place in it. According to the flyer,...
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Herod's Amphitheater

Caesarea's ancient amphitheater is an impressive semi-circular structure built by King Herod.Its location is superb, near the coast, with a view of the Mediterranean from the balconies.The ampitheater...
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The Baths

You can get an idea of the splendor and elegance of ancient Caesarea when you visit the baths. This public building was constructed in the Byzantine period, with mosaics, marble floors and marble...
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The Hippodrome

More than 250 meters in length, the U-shaped hippodrome is one of the most impressive remains of Roman Caesarea.It was built in Herod's days, and could seat 10,000 spectators, who came to watch the...
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The Roman Palace Ruins

Near the Southern end of the Roman city, on a small promontory jutting into the sea, there are the ruins of the upper and lower palace. Not much has remained of the upper palace: a few marble and...
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The Roman Aqueduct

Bringing water to the Roman and Byzantine city of Caesarea was not easy. The nearest water source was the springs of Shuni, some 7.5 km away. A massive, high aqueduct was constructed, and has survived...
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