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Explore Caesarea, Haifa, & Acre from Jerusalem

11 Hours


Rosh HaNikra cable car ride

Turkish Prison

Bahai Shrine


Virtually abandoned for centuries Caesarea gained a new burst of life during the Crusader period before sinking into oblivion. The gateway, moat and walls are well-preserved. Inspect the walls and the moat of Acre, restored and rebuilt by El Jazzar at the end of the 18th century withstood the attempt of Napoleon Bonaparte to conquer the city and forced him to return from whence he came.

  • Delve into the past of Caesareaexpand_more

    Travelling along the Mediterranean coast we pass the modern towns of Herzliya and Netanya and stop at ancient Caesarea.
    Built by Herod and dedicated to the Roman Emperor, Caesar, it had every luxury to be found in a Roman city. The magnificent theatre, well preserved by the sea sand which covered it through the centuries it was not in use, has been restored and is in use throughout the summer. Alongside it is the partially preserved hippodrome. Above the port, specially constructed to serve the many ships carrying the treasures of the east, brought across the desert by Nabatean caravans, to Rome, are the remains of the Roman temple.

  • See the highlights of Haifa expand_more

    As we pass through Haifa we make a brief stop to admire the gold-topped Bahai shrine surrounded by the well-groomed gardens and the breathtaking view of the bay and port area.

  • Enjoy Rosh HaNikra cable car rideexpand_more

    Continuing northwards, we stop at Rosh HaNikra and take the cable car down to the spectacular grottoes and marvel at nature as we walk through caverns forged by the pounding waves.

  • Make the final stop in Acreexpand_more

    The largest of the Crusader cities in the Land of Israel, Acre is well preserved and we cannot fail to be impressed as we see the enormous columns and stroll from chamber to chamber. Even the public toilet has survived!!  Atop the Crusader remains is the Turkish prison, with the gallows later used during the British Mandate to hang Jews opposed to the British policy limiting Jewish immigration from Europe after WWII.

What's Included

Personal local tour guide

Transport by new air-conditioned private car

Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel/ private address

Know before you go

Departure on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Change of vehicle required for transfers of pick up / drop off destinations to save time, avoid traffic and delay.

There might be some delay (up to 20 minutes) due to traffic or other operational issues

Recommended good walking shoes, hat & water.

Meeting Point

Pick up options can be selected at the time of check out.

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