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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
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Reviewed 6 days ago

As a tour guide, I bring tourists here all the time. Built by Herod the Great, the Roman amphitheater still is in use for cultural events. It is a wonderful reminder of what was built 2000 years ago and how great they were then. Don't...More

Thank Brian D
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

There are so many of these Roman theaters but I will never get tired of them. This one at Caesarea is very intact and even though alot of it was renovated and numbered because it is an active arena for shows and performances.

Thank knoesenm
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

it is enchanting walking from one end of this ancient city to another. guided tour helps understand the intricacies. the natural stone harbour and old palace is lovely to see, as is the hippodrome and ancient theatre which is still in current use for performances....More

Thank Tejas P
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A typical Roman theater. It is partially rebuilt, but also has original sections. The acoustics are good. The view out to the ocean is nice as well. Would be a fun place to hear a concert. There were people singing on stage from a Korean...More

Thank John F
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Theatre structure is impressive and worth a visit. As with much of the sites at Caesarea there is a bit of signage but not much to bring it all to life. So unless your kids love this sort of thing, expect some moaning about...More

Thank Matvl
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It may seem part of the ruins but it looks as if it was rehabilitated somehow. They said concerts and programs are held here. Part of the caesarea experience. Just sit down and ponder at its beauty.

Thank doctorfoxtrot
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Reviewed 15 May 2018 via mobile

A great place to visit especially to learn the history of the place. More fascinating as its been used as a working theatre.

Thank Israel Izzy P
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Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile

The Romans did a good job of creating a theatre by the sea. Although it has been over restored, it does not detract from the position it held during the days of Pontus Pilate.

Thank Jin6x
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Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

I visited here as part of a Christian tour group. The site has many interesting and mostly complete historical buildings including a Roman style theatre. There were several pieces of statues all without heads.

Thank Sickmoose
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Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

Amazing as it is they still use for concerts today. When we were there they were shooting a film with two pianists and the beautiful back drop of The Mediterranean behind them. Visit the nearby ruins where the gladiators fought. Try cool👍👍

Thank Craiginchicago
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22 March 2016|
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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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