131. Caesarea National Park, Israel
This National Treasure sits just outside the town of Caesarea, Israel and is waiting for you to check out its history. Are you a fan of amphi theaters as I am? Well, one is here and it still works and used.
Caesarea National Park, Israel is located just outside of the town of Caesarea on the west coast of Israel just south if Haifa and north of Tel Aviv.
How To Get Here
There is bus service (Egged and NTT) and from Tel Aviv to Caesarea. You can take a bus from the airport to the bus station in Tel Aviv. There is also train service to Tel Aviv. The same companies provide service from other cities in Israel such as Jerusalem and Nazareth.
By Cruise Ship
There are cruises to Haifa on the following lines: Celebrity Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Oceania Cruises, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean, From here you can take local transportation to Caesarea.
The closest international airport is Ben Gurion International in Tel Aviv, Israel (TLV). Then you can take the train to Caesarea and then a local transportation or a taxi to the National Park. The following airlines serve the airport:
Adria Airways (JP), Aegean Airlines (A3), Aeroflot (SU), AirBaltic (BT), Air Berlin (AB), Air Canada (AC), Air Europa (UX), Air Serbia (JU), Air Sinai (4D), Air Transat (TS), Alitalia (AZ), Arkia Israeli Airlines (IZ), Austrian Airlines (OS), Azerbaijan Airlines (J2), Belavia Belarusian Airlines (B2), Blue Air (0B), British Airways (BA), brussels airlines (SN), Bulgaria Air (FB), Cathay Pacific Airways (CX), Cobalt (CO), Croatia Airlines (OU), Delta Air Lines (DL), EasyJet Airlines (U2), El Al Airlines (LY), Ethiopian Airlines (ET), Eurowings (EW), Finnair (AY), Georgian Airways (A9), Germania (ST), Hainan Airlines (HU), Iberia Airlines (IB), Israir Airlines (6H), Jetairfly (TB), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL), Korean Airlines (KE), LOT Polish (LO), Lufthansa German Airlines (LH), Monarch Airlines (ZB), Norwegian Air Shuttle (D8), Norwegian Air Shuttle (DY), Pegasus Airlines (PC), Royal Jordanian (RJ), Ryanair (FR), Smart Wings (QS), Swiss Airlines (LX), Tarom (RO), Tandem Aero (TQ), Transavia (HV), Transavia France (TO), Turkish Airlines (TK), Ukraine International (PS), United Airlines (UA), Ural Airlines (U6), Uzbekistan Airways (HY), Vueling (VY), Wizz Air (W6) and XL Airways France (SE).
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There is train service to Caesarea from Tel Aviv and Haifa, You can take Israel Rail then take a cab to the historic area of Caesarea. You can also find information from the Tourist Department.
If you are already in the country, renting a car is a great option as you can explore on your own. Just use a service like Google Maps for directions.
Where To Stay
There are some hotels in the city itself, but none are in the Park area.
==>> You can find a list of hotels here.
==>> Check out Airbnb deals here.
Where To Eat
There are places to eat in the Park itself as well as in the nearby town.
==>> You can find a list of restaurants from TripAdvisor here.
What To Do
See the Park and then head over to the Caesarea Golf Club for golf or lunch. It will take about half a day to check it all out.
==>> Here’s some additional information on Caesarea from Lonely Planet.
==>> Here’s a list of things to do from Trip Advisor
==>> You may also check Viator for additional things to do.
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Great catch! We spent a day in Caesarea and had such a great time. Walking around ruins from Herod’s Castle by the Sea was spectacular. It was a quiet day and we had the place almost to ourselves. We also visited the aqueducts down the shore (drove from place to place). The aqueducts were super cool and we got to get up close to that ancient water delivery system. From a historical standpoint, it’s just fascinating. And architecturally, it’s super cool!
If you’re even close to Tel Aviv, it’s a MUST see!
Thanks for dropping by.
It is a fascinating place indeed. I’ll have to go back and see the aqueducts; I did not get a chance to do so.