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Haifa's modern passenger terminal includes a variety of facilities intended to provide maximum convenience for passengers passing through the port. The passenger terminal has been expanded to quickly and efficiently process passengers from a number...more
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We came here with a tour guide who drove us on winding roads to an overlook on the top of Mount Carmel to get an unobstructed panoramic view of the very commercial Haifa Port. WOW! What a view that was!
From our vantage point, we...More
For average tourists like me, Haifa Harbour is a site, not a sight. It is a vast active port where people work to earn a living. Visitors who are interested in harbours may be of another opinion, but for me, Haifa harbour is a means...More
Our cruise ship docked here. We found it to be a very friendly tourist port without locals hounding you for tours or gift items. The train, bars, restaurants, shops and tour buses are within short walking distance. The train deport will give you a good...More
Very happening area. Visit start from Haifa lock tower. Old Mkt is good but no exciting stuff available. Ocean view is very good & specially in d night when light glow it looks very beautiful. Evening time is best to visit.
Nazareth is due south of Haifa and inland a bit. There is not a lot there. As the schedule is tight you should make sure the staff on board know where you are going. The Galilee is enchanting,peaceful and beautiful. You... More
Nazareth is due south of Haifa and inland a bit. There is not a lot there. As the schedule is tight you should make sure the staff on board know where you are going. The Galilee is enchanting,peaceful and beautiful. You might consider just going to Galilee. Have you considered the art city of Sfad (closed on Friday).This is a lovely part of Israel...ENJOY!
I will be arriving at Haifa Port in a cruise ship and want to travel to Tel Aviv to visit the Carfmel Market and Jaffa. Can somebody inform me:- 1. How frequent the trains are? We would be traveling on a Thursday and Friday. 2. Which Tel Aviv station to get of at to avoid being miles away from Carmel/Jaffa Many thanks
September 06, 2013|
On Friday you have the Nahalat Benyamin Craft Market next to the Carmel Market. This is a weekly juried craft market of Israeli artists and is well worth seeing. Combine the Craft and Carmel Market into one day which would still give you time to visit other sites in the area such as Neve Tzedek or to take the city site- seeing bus around. On Thursday you could spend your time at Jaffa which has terrific artist galleries, as well as the down on the heel Jaffa market and many interesting second...More
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Haifa to Jerusalem, back next day, during Shabbat (18 Replies)
Hello everybody, I would really appreciate some help. My wife and I are docking in Haifa next month. MSC Magnifica arrives Friday 1 PM, and leaves Saturday 8 PM. I have booked a room for that night in a hotel next to the Old City of Jerusalem. Our time in Jerusalem will be the most important part of a two week trip, so I want to make sure we enjoy it as much as possible. My concerns are basically two.. 1) Transportation: My first choice would have been to rent a car in Haifa and return...More
December 26, 2011|
There are taxis available at the port when you arrive. You can easily get a taxi to take you to Jerusalem. You will also have no difficulty getting a taxi in Jerusalem, especially around the Old City to return to the port. You can also ask at the hotel if they have any drivers they recommend. Since you are coming for only a very short time and you don't want to waste a minute of it you don't want to run around looking for an ATM, etc. You can change money at the port when you arrive. If it...More
Cost of taxis (9 Replies)
Any idea what a taxi from Haifa port to Jerusalem, Old City might cost?
February 04, 2012|
Response fromMoti B|
The official cost of a taxi from Haifa to Jerualem is 574 NIS (150$). The problem is that most taxi driver there are trying to catch a client for full day and they quote much higher price. This year you have another option and that is to take a guided tour that is offered by a new travel agency that works in the terminal! That is I must say (although competing with us the tour guides) the cheapest option (around 100$ for a full day tour).