We visited Caesarea and went to the national park. When we arrived, the first thing you notice is that the theatre has been redone and has modern rail, smooth stone seats and seat numbers. Here is a video to see for yourself:
At first we thought that was pretty lame but then as you walk around the rest of the site, you certainly get your fill of ruins. Herod's Palace by the sea, the circus, pillars and statues are all over and each one has a story behind it. I recommend doing a bit of research before coming (ie. quick google search or wiki search) since you will appreciate the history that much more.
Overall, totally worth the visit and we even got over the theatre bit... which is a very prestigious venue for artists, which when you think about it is pretty cool. Imagine performing in a place that has been in use for 2000 years.
Hope you enjoy the visit!
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