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Caesarea National Park

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Caesarea National Park

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Full day coach excursion - Pearls of the Western Galilee from Tel Aviv
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Full day coach excursion - Pearls of the Western Galilee from Tel Aviv

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Visit highlights of Western Galilee on a full-day coach tour from Tel Aviv to Caesarea, Haifa’s Baha’i Gardens, the Crusader City of Acre, and Rosh Hanikra. With a fascinating blend of ancient history and scenery, the tour combines top destinations to save time on the road. Since you’ll travel between sites in a climate-controlled coach, you’ll trade a cramped tour vehicle for a comfortable seat with views of the coast.
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udihc wrote a review Mar 2021
Herzliya, Israel236 contributions117 helpful votes
Fascinating historical site very well organized, informative and user friendly. plenty of parking. Some nice shopping as well
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Date of experience: March 2021
Kim G wrote a review Nov 2020
Pacific Grove, California3135 contributions220 helpful votes
Although we were unable to explore all of the ruins, the limited experience was none-the-less memorable. Constructed under the reign of King Herod the Great in 20 B.C., the city's official name is Caesarea Maritima, in honor of Caesar Augustus, and served as a major seaport on the Mediterranean Sea. Crusader Fortress ruins can be located to the north. "The Book of Acts" in the Bible, details Apostle Paul as having been imprisoned in Caesarea, pleading his case, then appealing to Emperor Caesar in Rome. This was my second visit to the ruins, and I recall how exploring the complete archeological site carried me back through time. Definitely check the hours of operation so you are able to view Caesarea in its entirety, as it closed far earlier than we had anticipated.
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Date of experience: December 2019
teddy1014 wrote a review Oct 2020
Brooklyn, New York153 contributions57 helpful votes
Very large archaeological park of what used to be a thriving port city. There were not a ton of complete structures left, but bits and pieces of foundations and a hippodrome. It's right on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Don't miss the video and gold coins on display, or the beach with a line of Roman aqueduct!
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Date of experience: November 2019
Keri wrote a review Aug 2020
Hong Kong, China451 contributions25 helpful votes
The ruins is quite amazing but once is enough.... the restaurant is inside the park you have to pay a small entry fee to get in and if you want to see everything you have to pay more. The animation at the visitor centre is worth a visit !
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Date of experience: August 2020
BillPNo1 wrote a review Apr 2020
Friendswood, Texas690 contributions192 helpful votes
This was our second visit to the Caesarea National Park, north of Tel Aviv in Israel. Our first trip there had been about five or six years ago and we had only been able to view a very small portion of the park. Evidently in the years since, great headway has been made in discovering, "fixing-up" and displaying the ancient ruins and remains of this city. We were able to see and view much, much more of the Caesarea ruins and remains than we saw on our first trip. A very informative and interesting Visitor's Center has been added with multi-media displays and explanations; and restaurants and conveniences for visiting tourists. It was a hot, very sunny day and there is no shade except in the Visitor's Center and restaurants so be prepared; but theCaesarea National Park is one of the many, many highlights of a trip to Israel and the Holy Land.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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