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Pearls of Western Galilee - Small Group Tour from Jerusalem
"Depart Tel Aviv head north along the Coastal Road and onto the archaeological site of Caesarea. Enjoy your guided walking tour of what was once a thriving port city dedicated to Roman emperor Augustus Caesar exploring ruins that include an aqueduct a theater a citadel a palace
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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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Pearls of Western Galilee - Small Group Tour from Jerusalem
"Depart Tel Aviv head north along the Coastal Road and onto the archaeological site of Caesarea. Enjoy your guided walking tour of what was once a thriving port city dedicated to Roman emperor Augustus Caesar exploring ruins that include an aqueduct a theater a citadel a palace
From $114.00

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The German Colony

Walking the streets of the old German Colony can give you a glimpse of the life of the immigrants to Israel. These German immigrants built a "colony" or neighbourhood around themselves to help them...
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Bahai Shrine & Temple

Visit the Bahai Temple and its gardens. The Bahai religion was founded in 1863 by Mirza Husayn, a Persian who was later known as Bahaullah. Haifa serves as the world center of this religion. See my...
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Mount Carmel Area

go up to the Carmel mt by the cablein bat galim! visit the st of panorama where you can see the whole city underneath you can also go to the beach and have food by the sea side in the little caffes...
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Tiberias

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History of Haifa

There has been a small port in the area since the Late Bronze Age (14th century BC), although the history of Haifa itself dates back to the 3rd century and has in that time come under a number people...
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grayfo
Jul 06, 2014

Beach and Leg exercise

Beach, the restaurants on the beach.The Bahai temple yeah, the beach, my first dive in the Mediterranean. Water is warm, there is shade and grass. You don't pay to be in the beach. There is a nude...
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Pedralho
Sep 01, 2008
 
 
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Tilt city

Beach, the restaurants on the beach.The Bahai temple yeah, the beach, my first dive in the Mediterranean. Water is warm, there is shade and grass. You don't pay to be in the beach. There is a nude...
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Pedralho
Sep 01, 2008

Ramat Yochanan

Actually would take them for a drive around Haifa and Acco. When I visited in May 2005 I stayed at my old kibbutz, Ramat Yochanan. It is located about ten miles east of Haifa. I miss the heartfelt...
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NYTim
Sep 02, 2005

The Technion University

The Technion was founded in 1924 and its one of the most well known universities in Israel. The Technoin moved to its present location in 1953 and its high tower on the Carmel mountains is visible...
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edvin_br
Jan 25, 2005

Internet Cafes

For all of you who wants to check their mails or download photos or any other thing, here's two links that will help you to find a Local I-Cafe's in the main cities of...
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Sharon
Aug 02, 2004

Blue Skies Green Mountain and Sandy Beaches

Haifa isn't high on the priority list of most tourists. It doesn't have history like jerusalem, nor grandeur like Tel-Aviv, but it has all the above: Blue Skies Green Mountain and Sandy Beaches.Don't...
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galy
Jun 09, 2003

View over Haifa &amp; Port.<br/>Haifa...

View over Haifa &amp; Port.Haifa is the third big city in Israel, its Located around 90km northern to Tel Aviv (which is in the center). It has lots of culture events, restaurants, museums, cafe's,...
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Sharon
Aug 26, 2002

Haifa, Built on a Mountainside

Haifa is a three level city, built on the side of a mountain. You can see how it is from this photo.
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seagoingJLW
Oct 28, 2002

Dedicated to The Virgin,...

Dedicated to The Virgin, Mary,The Cathedral, Murals and PaintingsCommemorate Her Role in Christianity
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hurgada
Aug 26, 2002

Top Hotels in Haifa

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85-87 Hanassi Avenue, Haifa, 34642, Israel
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111 Yafe Nof Street, Haifa, 34454, Israel
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10 David Leazar St, Haifa, Israel
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Carmel Forest, PO 9000, Haifa, 31900, Israel
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28 Ben Gurion Street, Haifa, Israel
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107 Hanassi Avenue, Haifa, 34632, Israel
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Top Things to Do in Haifa

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Bahai Shrine and Gardens

One of the most stunning gardens in Israel is the Baha'i Gardens in Haifa. The gardens are a number of different arrangements of trees, bushes, flowers, terraces and fountains in 3 different sections....
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The German Colony

Before starting your tour through the German Colony I recommend to visit the Haifa Tourist Board and ask for a broshure about the quarter. It is available in English, explains the background of the...
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Mount Carmel Area

Running parallel to Hanassi Boulevard beyond the main hotels (Dan, Dan Panorama and Nof) is the Louis Promenade. This is the spot for THE view in Haifa, looking northwest across the bay towards...
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The Port

During the British Mandate period Haifa and its port developed. Sir Frederick Palmer was the British port engineer who chose Haifa as the location for a deepwater port, and the main gate of the port...
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The beaches

Approaching Haifa from the south is arguably the best way to see the city. On your right is the long ridge of the Carmel Mountain with buildings clinging to its steep sides and atop its long, long...
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The Technion College

I have a confession to make. I grew up in a very non-scientific home. My father was a rabbi and a historian. My mother was a teacher of Hebrew and Bible. I was terrible in math and science from the...
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"Haifa: On the slopes of Mt. Carmel"
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Bregman

"Bregman's Haifa Page"
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galy

"My Favorite City"
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Sharon

".. Living Together..."
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"Haifa - At the foot of the Carmel"
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