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Caesarea National Park, Caesarea

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web
Swim, dine, shop, and explore layers of civilizations built, destroyed, and rebuilt over thousands of years at Caesarea National Park, an archeological treasure of the Mediterranean. The park, harbor, and beach offer many points of interest, including spectacular excavation sites surrounded by impressive crusader walls and a multimedia performance show. Explore the mosaics, marble sculptures, and balustrades of this ancient prosperous port built more than 2,000 years ago. Other attractions here include an aqueduct, golf club, public and private beach, amphitheater, and hippodrome. Located on the Tel Aviv-Haifa highway near Kibbutz Sdot Yam, the park provides wheelchair access to some of its main highlights. To visit Caesarea National Park and get the most from your holiday in Caesarea, create itinerary details personal to you using our Caesarea trip builder.
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  • Built by King Herod,years 4-37 BC, Developing it on the ruins of the settlement Straton Tower, Planed by the genious Roman architect VITROBIUS, THE father of modern architecture, Cesarea is the game o...  read more »
  • The entrance fee equals 2 shawarma-in-pitah portions or 1 business launch in a cheap restaurant. The place has NO audioguide, but 30 minutes film instead. The information plates are rare. The site is ...  read more »
  • Really worth a visit! The plant is well done (videos, 3-D animation with important people in the history of Cäsarea as Herod the great, Paul, Baron Rothschild, etc.). Very informatiiv. There are quite a few restaurants (by Pizza-Taka-away of up to good restaurants). Here, history is palpable. The entrance fee is about 30 shekels (is included in national park map). There are also night tours with electronic lanterns - a super experience. Absolutely worth seeing for people who are interested in history. With the right guide, of course more interesting. Interesting is also the modern Cäsarea villas. Is one of the most expensive places in Israel with Herzliya.
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