Cesarea, Haifa & Acre

For individuals, couples and groups…
This Ancient Caesarea Roman Ruins was completely built by the Herod during the Roman period. You can visit  religious places such as aqueducts, ancient marina and fortress and a very spectacular amphitheater.
There are also several old yet very fascinating stones that may be found in the place such as the Pontius Pilate Stone. There are also carvings and other work of arts that you may find in the place that will immediately captivate and mesmerized your eyes.
The Haifa Baha’i Gardens are a highlight on any Israel tour, attracting over half a million visitors a year. The gardens are inscribed for their profound spiritual meaning and the testimony they bear to the strong tradition of pilgrimage in the Bahá’i faith.
The gardens received World Heritage Site status for their universal value as a holy site and place of pilgrimage for followers of the Baha’i Faith.
Acre is a historic walled city dating back to the Phoenician period and today is an important focus of Israeli tourism. One of the oldest inhabited sites in the world, the city was once a strategic coastal link to the Levant. The city was captured during the First Crusade by King Baldwin I of Jerusalem, giving them a foothold in the region and access to trade. By 1130 the Crusader city was matched in size only by Jerusalem, and was attributed with making Jerusalem enormously wealthy. Acre served as the Kingdom of Jerusalem and in the late 12th century became the seat of the Knights Hospitalier military order. The Ottomans captured the city in 1517 and later undertook ambitious building projects including the Jezzar Pasha Mosque.

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