Explore Acre with a passionate guide who will show you one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Its history began in the Early Bronze Age and is famous for its Crusader and Ottoman-era structures.
See, feel, hear and touch the places which have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site
Get to know the Old City of Acre on a customized private tour with a local guide
Enjoy the purifying atmosphere of one of the most beautiful Old Cities in Israel
Start with the Old City of Acre. The history of Akko was shaped by the Phoenicians, Romans, Umayyads, Templars, Ayyubids, and Ottomans, so it's a truly unique place in Israel. The Old City is also well preserved, so it's no wonder Akko is on the World Heritage Site list.
Next, head to the Acre Old City Market. The white market was established during the 18th century. The building remained a remnant of the glorious history of the Ottoman Empire.
Visit the Templars’ Tunnel, one of the fascinating places in Akko. It's not only a regular tourist attraction but also an impressive piece of engineering.
Continue to Turkish Hammam. It's a relatively small museum with a few rooms, each with a different purpose portraying the scenes from the daily routine.
See the Al-Jazzar Mosque, one of the most famous buildings in Old Akko. It dominates the city’s skyline, and Its green dome is seen from afar. It is the largest mosque in the country outside of Jerusalem.
Explore Khan al-Umdan. The Al Umdan Caravansarai is adjacent to the Clock Tower and the port. It is the largest Khan in Israel and the most preserved of them.
Marvel at the beautiful St. George Church. The Greek Orthodox Church is the first Christian place of worship established in Akko during the Ottoman period.
Lastly, go to the Bahai House. Acre is very important in the Baha’i religion tradition; Baháu’lláh, the founder of the Bahai, was imprisoned in Akko and spent years in house arrest after his release from prison.
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Pick-up in the centrally located hotel or other central points of Acre (on foot)
Private, professional guide trip (please select your preferred language)