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Haifa Port, Haifa

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One of Israel's major points of entry, Haifa Port also represent's the country's largest international seaport serving both merchant and passenger traffic. If you're arriving on a cruise, you can advantage of the port's duty-free shops before you venture farther into the city. To see the harbor from a different perspective, explore some of the city's higher parts, especially Mount Carmel. Take a look at our Haifa trip itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Haifa Port and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Portside area may be of interest to several places-the Railway Museum, the City Museum on Ben Gurion Boulevard. Good restaurants and cafes as well as brewery. At the Ben-Gurion Boulevard, which one end rests on the port and the other end in the Bahai shrine, there are plenty of restaurants and cafés as well as shopping mall with shopping outlet. Also near the Jaffa Street has a hostel for pilgrims visiting the rozalitok nuns of the Holy Land, but there you can stay the night for $50 about and simply explained to.
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  • Haifa is a nice town and the port area is quite a good place to be if your in the city. It has plenty of good restaurants and bars nearby and you get a great view of the hills from the waterfront. It'...  more »
  • Near this port on the beach we set our tent and spent the night. In the morning, watched a nice picture from the chain of ships built on the roads.
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