Visit Caesarea, Haifa and Akko with Private Guide
There are locations that have Roman, Crusader and modern sites, along the Mediterranean Coast, north to Tel Aviv:
The City of Caesarea, in Roman style, which were built by King Herod's.
The city of Haifa, mainly from the British period, with older sites, a colony of the German Templar's, and the Baha'i Gardens.
Akko, the capital city of the Crusader's Kingdom.
Pick up in Tel Aviv.
Drive to Caesarea. Visit the Roman City that was built by King Herod's. The Theater, the Hippodrome, the Governor's Palace, and more.
The city of Haifa, that is located on the Mount Carmel, all the way to the Mediterranean Sea. Beautiful observation from the top of the Baha'i Gardens and the German Colony.
Akko used to be the capitol city of the Crusaders Kingdom. The Ottoman builds their city on top of the Crusades. Visit the Knits Halls, the Templar's tunnel, the Ottoman Bath House, the colorful Bazaar, and more.
Drive back to Tel Aviv.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 9 hours
The car is long Toyota Landcruiser, year 2018, with air-condition.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200 Israel Shekels - Entrance fees to Caesarea and Akko, and lunch.
I am a driver guide. My car can fit up to 4 passengers and 2 kids comfortably (with A/C and Wi-Fi). For larger groups, I will rent bigger car.
I can guide inside all attractions, museums and monuments.
I guide in English.
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Avarham was an excellent tour guide. He was knowledgeable and flexible throughout our long day touring the coast of the Mediterranean. When we received a call that day that we were able to secure a reservation in Akko at the famous Uri Buri restaurant he revised our timing so that we could have this amazing experience. he joined us for dinner and provided wonderful commentary on the history of the area. if you want a truly personalized experience he is your man. Thank you.
L. Georgi Distefano