Landmarks/ Points of Interest in Haifa

Top Points of Interest & Landmarks in Haifa, Israel

Points of Interest & Landmarks in Haifa

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  • Eddy T.
    Petah Tiqwa, Israel106 contributions
    Beautiful gardens in the heart of Haifa. It is recommended to book a guided tour of the gardens' site. A tour takes place in several languages. Alone, without a guide it is forbidden to walk around most of the areas of the gardens. The tour takes about 45 minutes, starts from the top and descends down according to the levels of the garden. Very romantic for couples. Also suitable for a trip with children, but children are not really small because it is required to keep quiet on site.
    Written April 25, 2022
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  • Janet K
    Houston, TX1,666 contributions
    Ok..so ignore the thought in your head that says “the views are nice here so how much better can they be at the Louis promenade” because the views ARE better here and you don’t want to miss it. The reaction is “wow”…. Just watch people as they come up to it! So, yes, plan to go…we went at sunset and stayed and watched the twinkling lights come on over the water. Romantic.
    Written December 5, 2021
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  • Asaf
    Rishon Lezion, Israel147 contributions
    If you are going to the Baha'i gardens it's the street that lead to there anyway so..you will walking this street..enjoy!
    Written March 18, 2020
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  • Karenyvonp
    Raleigh, NC11 contributions
    The historical and biblical significance, overlooking the Valley of Armageddon, makes this an important place for all Christians, particularly Catholics. It is beautiful and scenic, and given the prophesy, somewhat forbidding. Take the time to visit.
    Written October 14, 2019
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  • BillPNo1
    Friendswood, TX690 contributions
    The Cave of Elijah is on the grounds of the Stella Maris Monastery on Mt. Carmel and is located underneath the beautiful Chapel / Church built by the Carmelites at the site of the founding of their order. The Church is beautiful; but as beautiful as it is, it cannot compare with the spiritual and awe-inspiring beauty of the much simpler shrine and altar (as befitting a grotto altar) of the Cave of Elijah. This Grotto marks the traditionally accepted location of the Cave where the Prophet Elijah, fleeing persecution from the pagan queen, hid in the cave on Mt. Carmel and heard the "still, small" whisper of God in the wind.
    This was our second visit to the Cave of Elijah and each time filled me with awe and inspiration.
    Written April 27, 2020
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  • Robby Berman
    Tel Aviv, Israel4 contributions
    It's an important place to visit because it shows a different strand of Islam that most people are not familiar with.
    Written December 20, 2021
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  • Bielding
    Liverpool148 contributions
    Near Bat Galim, the archaeological remains are scattered and a bit scanty (think mosaics hidden among the flowers), but they make for fun exploration, and the sea-front setting is spectacular.
    Written May 5, 2022
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  • Yona S
    Haifa, Israel409 contributions
    This is a most unusual mall in the sense that it was decorated by a very good artist - Eric Brouwer, an Austrian - Israeli artist. The decorations are beautiful and most unusual and done in the Fantastic Realisem style and it is wonderful. When you come to visit Haifa, do not miss it. Yona S.
    Written July 13, 2019
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  • Shahar S
    Kibbutz31 contributions
    A "Shtetl" or a "state" is the Yiddish name for a "town" or a "village" in Eastern Europe pre-WWI. The Yakov family (which is where "Yankel" comes from) has turned its backyard into a museum that brings the long-gone Shtetl to life. An interesting selection of pictures, equipment, replicas and artifacts from Europe as well as some gear collected from the old Jewish settlements in Israel 100+ years ago.
    Well worth visit for the whole family.
    Closed on Saturday.
    Written January 25, 2017
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  • airport2015
    Tel Aviv District, Israel999 contributions
    Well kept gadened and groomed British Cemetry of World War One
    Same organization and plans all over the world
    Few of them in Israel:Jerusalem-Mount Scopus,Beer Sheva,and Ramle
    An interesting Ceremony on November 11th every year
    Written August 6, 2016
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