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Guided Caesarea, Acre and Rosh Hanikra tour from Herzliya

Validity: Flexible
Do this because
  • Discover an ancient port town made famous by King Herod who named it in honor of Caesar Augustus
  • Visit the last stronghold of the Crusaders, from which they were forced to leave in the thirteenth century
  • Enjoy a wander through the Arab markets to see if you can find some treasures
  • See the border crossing between Israel and Lebanon plus, take a cable car down the mountainside to explore the beautiful natural grottoes
What to expect

Are you ready to go on a journey from an ancient port town to the last stronghold of the Crusaders and the northernmost point along the coast? If so, this full-day to discover Caesarea, Acre, and Rosh Hanikra with a local guide is for you.

Starting from Herzliya, you'll travel to Caesarea which, is an ancient port town made famous by King Herod who, named it in honor of Caesar Augustus. Hear the curious stories from your guide, feel the atmosphere, the arena, and the amphitheater. Marvel at the excavated buildings, bathhouses, and the remains of the famous port. Then, with a visit to Acre, you'll visit the last stronghold of the Crusaders, from which they were forced to leave in the thirteenth century.

Your journey on foot will take you through the courtyard, the stairway to the lost second story, and the large supporting columns which were buried under the sand. Plus, explore the Knights Hall, public toilets, and secret tunnels that will leave you amazed. Before leaving Acre, enjoy a wander through the Arab markets to see if you can find some treasures. Next, you'll arrive at the northernmost point along the coast at Rosh Hanikra. Here, you'll see the border crossing between Israel and Lebanon and take a cable car down the mountainside to explore the beautiful natural grottoes to complete your day.

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