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Aqueduct of Caesarea (Mei Kedem)

The Alon Park, Caesarea, Israel
+972 4-638-8622
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Interesting and exciting

The family stopped on the way up north of Israel. We were a group of approximately 25 people. This... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
David B
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Tel Aviv, Israel
Short stop to view the aqueduct

I don’t think you need alot of time here if you only want to view the aqueduct. It makes for... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
knoesenm
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Cape Town Central, South Africa
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The Alon Park, Caesarea, Israel
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"worth a quick stop"
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"nice beach"
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"several kilometers"
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"cool water"
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"minute stop"
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"bring water"
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"roman era"
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"bring a flashlight"
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"visiting the national park"
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"water tunnel"
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"great photos"
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"public beach"
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The family stopped on the way up north of Israel. We were a group of approximately 25 people. This included parents and kids of all ages. The tour inside the water tunnel was great for the kids and adults alike. This is definitely a worthwhile...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I don’t think you need alot of time here if you only want to view the aqueduct. It makes for beautiful photos though with the blue sea in the background.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was a great activity for a hot day. Abut an hour of walking in a cool Roman water tunnel in cool water. Bring a good flashlight (ours was not good and it made it difficult walking in the tunnel), wear water shoes and clothes...More

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Reviewed 7 June 2018

our driver drove by and it looked quite marvellous. I believe water was carried from almost 20 km away. we can see another part as we drive north from the city

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Reviewed 6 June 2018 via mobile

This is a typical Roman aqueduct located right along the beach. It actually is in very good condition. It’s really amazing how they used these to transport water. The backdrop is beautiful. This is a quick stop, but well worth it if you have never...More

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Reviewed 4 June 2018

If you're a beach goer you know it's rare to have a huge piece of history as the backdrop for your swimming or snorkeling. Quiet beach, OK sea life for snorkeling.

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Reviewed 30 May 2018

As the Cesareans reached hundred thousand people, a large scale aqueduct was required to bring the water from a distance to the old city. These are some of its well-preserved remnants that can still be seen today.

Thank SmileyKay
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Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

The Aqueduct is impressive and easy to access. Literally parking right next to it, walk through arches and you’re on the beach. Not a great swimming beach (with signs saying swimming prohibited). A little drinks caravan; no signage, interpretation or anything else. So in short,...More

Thank Matvl
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Reviewed 14 May 2018

After seeing the main Caesarea ruins, make a stop here to see this ancient aqueduct, which brought water to Caesarea from springs 10 km away. The beautiful arches make for nice photos.

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Reviewed 3 April 2018

Dating back to the rule of Herod the Great, it provides a glimpse into thousands of years of history. The view from on top is amazing, especially at sunset over the Mediterranean. If you are willing to plow through the extremely fine sand, walk about...More

Thank Denny S
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Manny H
28 May 2016|
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Response from danyblq | Reviewed this property |
Exactly. About 5 minutes driving There are a lot of free parking space near it; you can climb onto the very top of the Aqueduct. Also, don't miss an ungarded swimming beach (actually, most locals go to the area to... More
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