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Theatre at Caesarea National Park, Caesarea
(4.6/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Admire Theatre at Caesarea National Park, part of the ruins of the ancient city built under Herod the Great in the first century BCE. The site, named after Augustus Caesar, was an important Roman harbor and hub of Christianity in the region. Well-preserved, the Roman theater remains in use today, often serving as a venue for live performances. If you have time, you can enjoy a concert, opera, or a play in the ancient structure. Add Theatre at Caesarea National Park to your Caesarea travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Caesarea trip itinerary maker.
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  • The theatre is in great condition, i hear that the concerts there are incredible, would love to experience one. 
  • Can accommodate up to 4,000 people in a huge Amphitheater, went on as though Rome was feeling. I sit here and look towards the sea, the Mediterranean sea like in picture width shown watching feels like to hear. Still used as venues, the stage when a song from big and beautiful ringing sound you can hear.
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  • The Theater is gorgeous. It is preserved beautifully. Along with the other historical sites within the national park, it is a true visit-worth. 
  • Unpretentiously walked in the park and was surprised by a very beautiful place, full of history and natural beauty from the sea. I recommend the entrance that gives access to the theater/film, because it brings some interesting information and curiosities, actually 2 movies in 2 different places. I visited alone but obviously groups are welcome. I saw at least 3 dining options, plus a few snack bars. The day I visited it was a holiday and the park was full of families and children, strolling and piquenique.
  • Have you ever wanted to wander around a hippodrome, pondering the fact that you're really standing in an ancient Roman ruin? This place is for you. Learn more about the many sieges that befell this town, and it's extensive history as a port. Lots of old ruins. Some in good shape, some not. It's a bit of a drive, but well worth it.
  • Unique place. caesarea port. Beautiful sea view. Restaurants & boutique Shops around Roman-era archaelogical findings.⚘
  • Even not came in due to very high tickets price! How can this be a family go out option?? Why not to make it much cheaper to have a more affordable culture sites??
  • quality sound. A good place for performances you can see the stage from any angle. A good thing even if no ticket left in closer sit .