Reasons to Visit Caesarea during your Tours of Israel


If you are planning to visit Israel, you will find this country has a unique combination of ancient and modern sites to see and explore throughout the area. One of the must see areas you should be certain you visit is Israel’s beautiful Mediterranean coast. While there are a number of cities and attraction to see in this area one of the most popular is the city of Caesarea or Keysarya.

This city is unique combination of ancient ruins along with a modern city. The new city of Caesarea is a busy area where tourists will find a number of beautiful hotels, restaurants, shopping and other attractions to suit their needs. There are spectacular harbors, beaches and more for those who want to be near the sea. Diving is also a popular attraction for many people who visit this area. In addition, there are golf courses, museum and galleries to explore.

For those tourists who are interested in the historic side of the area, the Antiquities Park, which is part of the Caesarea National Park, can be a great choice. Here you will be able to see many of the remnants of the ancient city built by one of the most notable Roman rulers, Herod the Great. There are many aspects of the palace still standing, such as the aqueducts, synagogue, bathhouses and the amphitheater. The amphitheater still is used for a variety of events such as concerts, plays and other types of performances.

While just visiting these ancient ruins can be a great experience for many people, there is also a nearby attraction, which offers a look back at how these ruins might have looked and been used during the time of Herod. The multimedia attraction is a must see for anyone interested in the area.

If you are planning a visit to Israel, it is a good idea to make sure your tours of israel package includes a stop in this spectacular area of the country. Not only will you be able to get a view of the modern way of life in this beautiful area, but you can also get a good picture of how life was in this area in ancient times as well.