Drive to our first stop – Caesarea, the remains of the amazing harbor and city built by King Herod "the Great" from scratch, to become one of the largest ports in the ancient world. We walk by the seaside through the monumental structures which represent the ancient Roman culture and way of life for about 700 years – the Theater, Hippodrome, Amphitheater, a public Bathhouse and the Port. On the way out we pay a short visit to the famous and picturesque Aqueduct that led water to the big city Caesarea Maritime (by the sea).
We drive northward to Haifa and climb up to a breathtaking panoramic viewpoint on Mount Carmel's top, looking over toHaifa's bay and port, the magnificent Baha'i gardens and the western coastline of Galilee, all the way to the border with Lebanon.
We leave Haifa and continue driving northward to Akko (Acre), an Israeli-Arabic city. We park our car and walk through the underground Crusader's town, exploring the amazing newly discovered mysterious tunnels, the alleys of the above ground Muslim town, the marketplace, the old walls and the old port.