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Theatre at Caesarea National Park

Caesarea National Park, Caesarea, Israel
(06) 636-1358
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Caesarea National Park, Caesarea, Israel
(06) 636-1358
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Reviewed 1 week ago

So cool, the acoustics are so good that concerts are still held at this location. We wandered around and climbed the performers stairs to the stage...I guess some things just never change that much.

Thank V_S_Salcedo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great to see how this should have been in the early days. They still use it, so it could be that there is a modern stage build in front of the theatre. This is in sept and oct.

Thank mahlegrand
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Great venue! Totally modernized without losing the feel of 2000 years ago. Even with all the gear for the concert one could feel and hear the sea.

Thank Barbara W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The impressive Roman theatre, built some two thousands years ago, is an impressive sample of the works made byKing Herod the Great. The place is still hectic and leading Israeli stars are performing there regularly. A must see sight, better with a tour guide

Thank Shai Shvalb ש
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Roman arch was in vogue at the time and a 4,000 seat theater was built just outside the City of Caesarea. The theater consisted of a stage, camera, orchestra and vomitorium. Jews perceived that the shows in the theater and the horse races in...More

Thank Marf13669
Reviewed 28 August 2017

The place is great to walk around and see the impressive architecture. I would not advise going to a concert there. During performances the theater is very crowded and you literally sitting next to someones feet. Not very pleasant.

Thank Serg O
Reviewed 30 July 2017

It was a concert of an Israeli singer and one from Greece.thay had a good repertoir of the clasical songs. The public wa very good behaved, and even sung with the actors. The only problem was that it was not allowed to enter carrying the...More

Thank stoneJerusalem
Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

I am here by night in a Pixies concert. Not my first time in a concert here. This is a great place to see a performance. The roman knew what they were doing and they knew how to build... If you are lucky, you get...More

Thank Eran F
Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

Antiquities from Roman's age, beautiful see shore and nice place to walk around. Better in a cooler wheather.

Thank Idit99
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

It must have been a spectacular structure when constructed over two thousand years ago. Thankfully it still stands today due to the integrity of it's stone construction. From the top seating the views of the Mediterranean are awesome.

Thank James B
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Danny's answer is corect for all the places of business except that I think the restaurant in the Harbor are open in the evening for which there is free access throught the castle entrance. The amphitheater (theater hours... More
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