Driving around the bay to Acre, the oldest city in the northern region. Age-wise, the city is over 500 years old, and you’ll get a real feel for it as you wander its narrow alleyways and streets. The center you see today was built in the 18th century from the ruins of an old Crusader Citadel. The newly excavated Crusader’s halls and a Templar tunnel are among the spoils you can explore here.
The tour will end in the Old port where you can have a short break to sit and relax in front of the water enjoying the breeze.
It is time to see some of Haifa Panoramic sites-have your camera ready. First stop is on top of Mount Carmel, remarkable panoramic view over Haifa’s bay and parts of northern Israel as well as an observation point at the Bahai Shrine, home to the largest hanging gardens in the world.
You will have another look-out point next to the Stella Maris monastery.