Tel Aviv and the coastline

Language English, Hebrew (modern)
Price 670,00 USD for excursion
Capacity 7 persons max
Duration 10 hours

Drive around the main streets of Tel Aviv to Old Jaffa, the vibrant old port city a complete contrast to modern Tel Aviv; Visit the old city and walk along the restored artist’s quarter filled with galleries, studios and wonderful shops where you can find Judaica, beautiful handcrafted jewelry, and fine art.

ContinueVisit Nave Tzedek, the first neighborhood to be built in Tel Aviv in 1909 and Nahalat Benyamin, one of the famous pedestrian streets of the city with its lively atmosphere and musicians, handmade jewelry and artifacts.

Drive north to Caesarea on Israel’s central Mediterranean coast. This town began in the 3rd century constructed by Herod the Great and named after Caesar Augustus. Herod also built a massive two-part harbor.

Proceed to Haifa for an overview from Mt. Carmel and visit the world famous Persian Baha’i Gardens, then Drive to Acre; walk along the old harbor and local market. Acre is composed of many different buildings and today is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This city offers an exciting variety of old and new. Many different cultures and religions have inhabited Acre and it is the home to a mosque, Christian monastery, Turkish Baths, archeological sites and the halls constructed by the Templar knights.

Continue to the northern-most point of Israel at the border with Lebanon – Rosh Hanikra – Descend by cable car and view the limestone Grottos, the railway tunnel to Lebanon and watch the beautiful sunset on the Mediterranean Sea.

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