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If you haven’t visited the park recently, you’ll be amazed how much work has been done here. Besides the many new archeological sites, there has been a major improvement in the access. Well worth visiting.
Entering the park was an amazing experience. The extensive work that has been done and the beautiful structures that have been preserved are quite impressive and extensive. Prepare to spend at least 2 to rour hours to take in this area. Our tour was there...More
A gorgeous setting for ancient ruins. Set on the Mediterranean Sea, this impressive town is still vibrant with amphitheater that schedules performances. Listen to the crowd roar inside your head with horses and chariots. Imagine Herod's palace on the water. Go!
This place includes the old city port, one of the most ancient amphitheaters of the country, Herod's Palace, a long ancient hippodrome, various structures of the Roman and Byzantine eras.
This is a very interesting place to visit. As for those who are interested in...More
Excellent well run site. Ideal for tourists and special interest groups. The site was extensive and the former capital city must have been vast and important and well populated.
King Herods masterpiece city ;built to be a huge port for the Roman friends to trade...More
Caesarea National Park is one of King Herod's many building projects. There is an entrance fee with free parking and a guide to the park included. There is much to see including but not limited to a amphitheater, hippodrome, baths etc. There are several gift...More
Our tour stopped here and the archaeological sites were amazing. It wouldn’t take much imagination to picture it in Roman times. However it was really disappointing to see so much plastic litter on the beach and in the water. It was appalling!
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You don't need to order the combo ticket in advance. Buy it at the first park you visit. As I recall it must be used within two weeks which didn't do us much good since our trip was three weeks. You will save some money... More
You don't need to order the combo ticket in advance. Buy it at the first park you visit. As I recall it must be used within two weeks which didn't do us much good since our trip was three weeks. You will save some money with the combo ticket but not that much if visiting just 5 parks.