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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
 
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
 
Full-Day Pearls of the Western Galilee Tour from Tel Aviv
"Meet your guide at your Tel-Aviv accommodations before departing through the coastal road to Caesarea the ancient Roman capital. Enjoy a walking tour of the site as you explore the ancient ruins and archaeological excavations including the aqueduct the palace and other fascinating findings. Afterwards head to the city of Haifa where you will stop for a panoramic view of the marvelous terraced Bahai gardens the port and the bay. Continue to Megiddo
From $103.00

More Things to Do in Haifa

The Haifa Courthouse

The modern courthouse building was commissioned in 1994 and inaugurated in 2001. It is a monumental building with an imressive facade and interior, designed by the architect pair Hayutin. It certainly...
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iblatt
Jan 19, 2011

Architecture: The APC Bank Building

The Lower City of Haifa is a showcase of architectural gems, built in different styles.The building of the Anglo-Palestine Company (APC) Bank was planned by the famous architect Alexander Baerwald in...
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iblatt
Jan 18, 2011

"House of Grace"

This is a haven of peace, quiet and good deeds in the center of modern Haifa. You enter a narrow lane off the busy Palyam Street, and you find yourself in another world. This is the Greek Catholic...
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iblatt
Jan 16, 2011

Abdul Hamid's Clock Tower

In the year 1900 Haifa was under Ottoman rule. Sultan Abdul Hamid the Second celebrated the 25th anniversary of his reign, which was quite a feat considering many sultans did not survive that long in...
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iblatt
Jan 16, 2011

King Faisal's Column

One of the main intersections of Haifa's lower city (Independence Blvd, Hativat Golani Rd and Palyam Blvd) is named after King Faisal. This is the Arabian leader who, with his father Hussein, led the...
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iblatt
Jan 15, 2011

Morning walk at Haifa's downtown

If you are in Haifa and have a few hours to spend, than this is my recommendation. Taking a 2-3 hours walk around the streets and the alleys of the downtown (also called "Hadar") can be a great...
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edvin_br
Jan 08, 2011
 
 
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Places you could visit if you're based in Haifa

If you are based in Haifa, you are within a 2 hour distance (max.) of northern Israel.It's worth renting a car and going to the sea of gallilee or Rosh Hanikra (Israel's border w/Lebanon), which has...
gezergirl
Aug 16, 2009

Haifa Freebies

Haifa is a beautiful city, but tends to fall under the radar in the tourist department. So here are a couple of free attractions to whet your appetite:· Hecht Museum – art and archaeology, on the...
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gilabrand
Feb 23, 2009

Hangging Out at "Hadar"

Hadar, the total oppossite of the German Colony. No more expensive cafes and restaurant... Hadar is the real city center! A lot of noise, people, shops of every kind and the most important - the local...
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edvin_br
Feb 01, 2008

The Sail Tower

People (like me... :]) who have strong passion to skyscrapers will easily notice the many highrises located in different parts of the city.My favourite is the "Sail Tower" which rises up to a height...
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edvin_br
Jan 27, 2008

Wadi Nisnas

This neighborhood is Located not far from the German colony.Its residents are mostly (christians) arabs but also Jewish people (and maybe others). This is still one of a few places where you see both...
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Sharon
Sep 23, 2006

The Artists Village of En Hod

Not far from Haifa, on the Carmel mountain, there is the artists village of En Hod. This is a perfect place to come on a sunny Saturday. Enjoy the pine forest, look down to the Mediterranean and...
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Bregman
Feb 13, 2006

Observatories to the city

Around the upper town of Haifa there are several lookouts that provide some great views to the city of Hifa, to the area north of the city and to the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.From that lookouts,...
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edvin_br
Jan 11, 2005

A wonderful Mural

The Castra shopping centre has the most amazing design and has a huge wall mural painted by Austrian artist Erich Brauer of the phantastical school of art. It depicts scenes from the bible and on the...
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piglet44
Dec 14, 2004

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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"Haifa: On the slopes of Mt. Carmel"
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"Bregman's Haifa Page"
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"My Favorite City"
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".. Living Together..."
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"Haifa - At the foot of the Carmel"
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