Start your visit at Caesarea National Park, on the coast, with its magnificent remains of Herod's city, the Roman capital and port and fortified Crusader town. Tour the Roman Theater and the renovated port area surrounded by 800-year-old walls, where you can see the Caesarea Experience, a multimedia presentation about the city's history that uses advanced computer techniques to bring the city's history alive.
Dip your feet in the Mediterranean next to the ancient aqueduct before continuing north to Acre. This historic walled port-city has lots of interesting tunnels and towers to explore going back to Crusader times and beyond.
Visit the Knights Halls, the Al-Jazaar Mosque, the bathhouse with its multi-media display and the new ethnic museum, built right into the rooms of the old wall, showcasing the everyday implements people used in the old days. Have lunch at a seaside Mediterranean restaurant.
Drive to Rosh Hanikra, where the rocky cliffs descend steeply into the sea, allowing the waves to carve grottos of a thousand shapes. Take the cable car down to the grottos for fun exploring through the rocky passageways.
Drive along the scenic Upper Galilee road 899, through the forested mountains, stopping for an incredible view of the towering Crusader fortress of Montfort overview in Nahal Kziv and continue to the Sea of Galilee area for dinner in Tiberias on the waterfront or in a country-style restaurant nearby.
Overnight in the Sea of Galilee area
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