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Aqueduct of Caesarea (Mei Kedem)

The Alon Park, Caesarea, Israel
+972 4-638-8622
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Amazing

The main part of the aquaduct has been well preserved. It is long and impressive. This is an... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Earibal
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Istanbul, Turkey
Okay

I liked the length of this aquaduct and the ability to walk up close but otherwise nothing... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2018
Robert L
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Amherst, Massachusetts
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The Alon Park, Caesarea, Israel
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The main part of the aquaduct has been well preserved. It is long and impressive. This is an ancient remain from the roman era. It was built to tranfer the water from a dam to the ancient city. There has been another parallel aquaduct system...More

Thank Earibal
Reviewed 13 January 2018 via mobile

I liked the length of this aquaduct and the ability to walk up close but otherwise nothing spectacular. See it if you have never seen another.

Thank Robert L
Reviewed 6 January 2018

A Roman aqueduct that brought water to Ceasarea from 10 km away. Great photo op, nice beach. There's a lovely man who brings his goods to the bus entrance in hopes of making a sale.

Thank therese l
Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

Made a quick photo stop after visiting the national park. It brought water to the ancient city of Caesarea.

Thank LRosemary1
Reviewed 29 December 2017

In ancient times the city of Caesarea got water from the springs at Shummi 10Km away. During Herod’s time the first aqueduct was built and later expanded by the Romans.I was so amazed how massive the structures were. Although some parts are in ruins, it...More

Thank faithandhope2live
Reviewed 28 December 2017

For some reason TripAdvisor thinks the Aqueduct of Caesarea is the same as Mey Kedem (I use this spelling since that's how it's spelled in Mey Kedem's own information online, which you’ll have to find since TripAdvisor won’t let me include it here). The reviews...More

3  Thank Lekh-Lekha
Reviewed 25 December 2017

As most of the old Roman Aqueducts have long since crumbled, this is interesting to see. You can only go so close, so you won't be spending that much time here.

Thank dlelonek
Reviewed 18 December 2017 via mobile

About 3 km from Caesarea is the stunningly beautiful archeological excavation of aquaduct built by the Romans. Over looking the sea, it's an amazing experience to stand next to structure and imagine the way the Romans must have built it without modern equipments. Beautiful.don't miss.

Thank vivek0210
Reviewed 16 December 2017

The Aqueduct is located about 5 minutes from the main park site. Parking is free. Located on the Mediterranean the beach is not open for swimming. You can climb to the top for better views. The Aqueduct is short section of the Roman water system....More

Thank Howard P
Reviewed 28 November 2017

This is a must see site! Be sure to bring a camera as you'll have such an amazing photo op! Just a few minutes from the ruins of Caesarea. There is a public beach here as well.

Thank 23rita
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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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