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Guidebook for Haifa

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Guidebook for Haifa

Food Scene
The best cafe in the neighbourhood ! Tasty food, cool atmosphere, lovely people. A few night a week you can also enjoy listening to live music while sipping some of Rachel (the owner) special drinks. You can really have a taste of the local scene here.
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Cafe HaPina
43 Masada St
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The best cafe in the neighbourhood ! Tasty food, cool atmosphere, lovely people. A few night a week you can also enjoy listening to live music while sipping some of Rachel (the owner) special drinks. You can really have a taste of the local scene here.
Vanya Bistro - Combining the local Middle Eastern cooking with European/french cooking. it is advisable to book a place especially if you arrive in the evening. http://www.venya.co.il/ +97246716272
Sha'ar Palmer St 1
1 Sha'ar Palmer St
Vanya Bistro - Combining the local Middle Eastern cooking with European/french cooking. it is advisable to book a place especially if you arrive in the evening. http://www.venya.co.il/ +97246716272
Shawatina – Phone: +97248333037 Shawatina, the Stela Maris branch – This restaurant is very good Middle Eastern restaurant + really stunning views. Reserve a place and ask for a place in the middle of the restaurant next to the windows. You might want to take a taxi, it is a short ride that will cost about 30/40 shekel. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293982-d2209357-Reviews-Shawatina-Haifa_Haifa_District.html
Stella Maris Rd 100
100 Stella Maris Rd
Shawatina – Phone: +97248333037 Shawatina, the Stela Maris branch – This restaurant is very good Middle Eastern restaurant + really stunning views. Reserve a place and ask for a place in the middle of the restaurant next to the windows. You might want to take a taxi, it is a short ride that will cost about 30/40 shekel. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293982-d2209357-Reviews-Shawatina-Haifa_Haifa_District.html
Falafel Ha'zkenim - the best falafel in Haifa, some say the best in the country. Very small place, very cheap and very tasty. Open only during the day till early evening.
Wadi St 18
18 Wadi St
Falafel Ha'zkenim - the best falafel in Haifa, some say the best in the country. Very small place, very cheap and very tasty. Open only during the day till early evening.
Humous Abu Maron - his many fans swear it's Haifa’s best humous joint.
Kibuts Galuyot St 1
1 Kibuts Galuyot St
Humous Abu Maron - his many fans swear it's Haifa’s best humous joint.
Talpiot restaurant -Situated right in the middle of the market ,'Talpiot', offers changing dishes, that are based on what is available at the market, as well as few Georgian meals that are usually is on the menu. Most of the dishes are vegetarian, but also you can find few fish dishes. the place is very friendly and you can enjoy the real feel of the market and the local life there
Sirkin St 28
28 Sirkin St
Talpiot restaurant -Situated right in the middle of the market ,'Talpiot', offers changing dishes, that are based on what is available at the market, as well as few Georgian meals that are usually is on the menu. Most of the dishes are vegetarian, but also you can find few fish dishes. the place is very friendly and you can enjoy the real feel of the market and the local life there
Ma'ayan Habira - Legendary Haifa restaurant. It used to be a sailors pub and therefore it got very strange decoration. The crowd is mixed and interesting. Jolly atmosphere. Serve mainly Rumanian food. On Tuesday’s and Friday’s they play live music – it is so crazy that it is a must. This place is definitely a hoot. phone: +972-48623193 https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293982-d1965005-Reviews-Ma_ayan_Habira-Haifa_Haifa_District.html
Natanzon St 4
4 Natanzon St
Ma'ayan Habira - Legendary Haifa restaurant. It used to be a sailors pub and therefore it got very strange decoration. The crowd is mixed and interesting. Jolly atmosphere. Serve mainly Rumanian food. On Tuesday’s and Friday’s they play live music – it is so crazy that it is a must. This place is definitely a hoot. phone: +972-48623193 https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293982-d1965005-Reviews-Ma_ayan_Habira-Haifa_Haifa_District.html
Umm Kulthum - excellent Vegan restaurant. Middle Eastern cuisine, very small, humble place. great atmosphere. restaurant. phone : 04-8852227 https://www.happycow.net/reviews/umm-kulthum-haifa-75877 https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293982-d10833831-Reviews-Umm_Kulthum_Humus_Bar-Haifa_Haifa_District.html
Moriah Ave 60
60 Moriya Boulevard
Umm Kulthum - excellent Vegan restaurant. Middle Eastern cuisine, very small, humble place. great atmosphere. restaurant. phone : 04-8852227 https://www.happycow.net/reviews/umm-kulthum-haifa-75877 https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293982-d10833831-Reviews-Umm_Kulthum_Humus_Bar-Haifa_Haifa_District.html
Fattoush is excellent choice for vegetarians, Fattoush is also very good when it comes to fish and meat dishes. lovely atmosphere. phone: +972 4-852-4930
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Fattoush
38 Sderot Ben Gurion
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Fattoush is excellent choice for vegetarians, Fattoush is also very good when it comes to fish and meat dishes. lovely atmosphere. phone: +972 4-852-4930
Wadi Nisnas is located between Hawadi and Yohanan Hakadosh st. Haifa. this is an authentic market that is brimming fresh seafood and the most succulent fruits and vegetables. This small, yet colorful market in the heart of the Wadi Nisnas neighborhood is flooded with bakeries, delis, coffee shops, fresh seafood, falafel stands and restaurants.
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Wadi Nisnas
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Wadi Nisnas is located between Hawadi and Yohanan Hakadosh st. Haifa. this is an authentic market that is brimming fresh seafood and the most succulent fruits and vegetables. This small, yet colorful market in the heart of the Wadi Nisnas neighborhood is flooded with bakeries, delis, coffee shops, fresh seafood, falafel stands and restaurants.
Hummus Abu Shakker - The classic choice for authentic Arabic-style hummus in Haifa since 1936. apart from delicious hummus, you will get bulgur and tomato sauce, falafel balls, or plate of majadra (rice with lentils and fried onions) alongside your hummus, thin fresh pitas, and assorted pickles. Great, tasty and cheap !
Sderot HaMeginim 29
29 Sderot HaMeginim
Hummus Abu Shakker - The classic choice for authentic Arabic-style hummus in Haifa since 1936. apart from delicious hummus, you will get bulgur and tomato sauce, falafel balls, or plate of majadra (rice with lentils and fried onions) alongside your hummus, thin fresh pitas, and assorted pickles. Great, tasty and cheap !
Abd el Hadi sweets shop in the Arab neighborhood of Wadi Nisnas offers endless varieties of baklava made in-house and stacked into artful pyramids, fill the shop, along with the supersized trays of local delicacy, orange KNAFFE, made of syrup drenched buttery shredded phyllo dough and mild sheep’s cheese, ready to be cut and served warm. Eat at the few small tables available, or get an assortment of your choosing freshly vacuum sealed to-go.
Sh'Hada Street
Abd el Hadi sweets shop in the Arab neighborhood of Wadi Nisnas offers endless varieties of baklava made in-house and stacked into artful pyramids, fill the shop, along with the supersized trays of local delicacy, orange KNAFFE, made of syrup drenched buttery shredded phyllo dough and mild sheep’s cheese, ready to be cut and served warm. Eat at the few small tables available, or get an assortment of your choosing freshly vacuum sealed to-go.
Shany Bakery - Great cakes and pastries. This place offers a journey back in time at an up- to- date standards. 'Shany' has been a Haifa establishment since 1964. The bakery retains its original banquet seating, and art-deco mirrors, while maintaining a high standard of the local coffee culture and Eastern European pastry scene. definitely worth a visit.
Derech HaAtsma'ut 53
53 Derech HaAtsma'ut
Shany Bakery - Great cakes and pastries. This place offers a journey back in time at an up- to- date standards. 'Shany' has been a Haifa establishment since 1964. The bakery retains its original banquet seating, and art-deco mirrors, while maintaining a high standard of the local coffee culture and Eastern European pastry scene. definitely worth a visit.
Shemo - This cozy bakery makes showstopping bread and wonderful almond croissants curated by Celebrity Chef Miki Shemo. pastries: bourekas, rugelachs, booyikos or quiches. Locals love the showstopping carrot cake, the alfajores, dulce de leche sandwiched between two soft cookies, the brownies and the chocolate Babka. Choose from an assortment of breads: olive, nut or the ultimate focaccia. Croissants are also popular, especially the almond flavor.
Moriya Boulevard 30
30 Moriya Boulevard
Shemo - This cozy bakery makes showstopping bread and wonderful almond croissants curated by Celebrity Chef Miki Shemo. pastries: bourekas, rugelachs, booyikos or quiches. Locals love the showstopping carrot cake, the alfajores, dulce de leche sandwiched between two soft cookies, the brownies and the chocolate Babka. Choose from an assortment of breads: olive, nut or the ultimate focaccia. Croissants are also popular, especially the almond flavor.
Konditora HaMizrach (The Eastern Bakery) - The Mahroum family of Konditora HaMizrach (The Eastern Bakery) brought their famous recipes from the streets of Nazareth to Haifa over 35 years ago, and have been satiating the sweet tooth of the locals ever since. A variety of ‘baklauwa’ are made fresh on the premises and are stacked along the front counter on awesomely large metal trays. The shredded phyllo, called ‘kadaif’, is still brought in fresh each day from Nazareth, and is used to create their signature ‘knaffe’ – a dish of the buttery strands, that are stained an orange hue, and baked atop a bed of fresh goat’s cheese, then drenched in the sweetest of syrups.
Derech Allenby 34
34 Derech Allenby
Konditora HaMizrach (The Eastern Bakery) - The Mahroum family of Konditora HaMizrach (The Eastern Bakery) brought their famous recipes from the streets of Nazareth to Haifa over 35 years ago, and have been satiating the sweet tooth of the locals ever since. A variety of ‘baklauwa’ are made fresh on the premises and are stacked along the front counter on awesomely large metal trays. The shredded phyllo, called ‘kadaif’, is still brought in fresh each day from Nazareth, and is used to create their signature ‘knaffe’ – a dish of the buttery strands, that are stained an orange hue, and baked atop a bed of fresh goat’s cheese, then drenched in the sweetest of syrups.
Café Brisal (Brussels) - A warm and friendly café
Moriya Boulevard 11
11 Moriya Boulevard
Café Brisal (Brussels) - A warm and friendly café
Inside-Out Sushi Bar - they also have TA - 04-8622662 https://www.inside-out.co.il/index.php/en/#
Masada St 19
19 Masada St
Inside-Out Sushi Bar - they also have TA - 04-8622662 https://www.inside-out.co.il/index.php/en/#
Rula - Levantine Restaurant, Tel - 0522273812 / 053-9370326 Excellent, some would say the BEST place to eat in Haifa. Local Middle Eastern food. http://rola.rest.co.il/ https://www.facebook.com/RolaLevantineKitchen/
Ha-Namal St 33
33 Ha-Namal St
Rula - Levantine Restaurant, Tel - 0522273812 / 053-9370326 Excellent, some would say the BEST place to eat in Haifa. Local Middle Eastern food. http://rola.rest.co.il/ https://www.facebook.com/RolaLevantineKitchen/
Getting Around
This very tiny, almost toy like, single line, underground train - is quick, easy, comfortable, cheap, and very amusing way to go up and down the mountain. Massada station is VERY near to our home and can easily take you to restaurants, beautiful promenade, park, little zoo, shopping centers, market and much much more.
Carmelit
27 Masada St
This very tiny, almost toy like, single line, underground train - is quick, easy, comfortable, cheap, and very amusing way to go up and down the mountain. Massada station is VERY near to our home and can easily take you to restaurants, beautiful promenade, park, little zoo, shopping centers, market and much much more.
Train Station - Haifa Center HaShmona - this is the nearest train station to our neighbourhood. This is were you should get out of the train if you are coming from the Airport or actually from anywhere outside of Haifa. please contact me for a detailed explanation about travel routs from the train station to the flat.
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Haifa Center - HaShmona
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Train Station - Haifa Center HaShmona - this is the nearest train station to our neighbourhood. This is were you should get out of the train if you are coming from the Airport or actually from anywhere outside of Haifa. please contact me for a detailed explanation about travel routs from the train station to the flat.
Ferry from Haifa to Acre old city and back - Both cities are looking beautiful from the ferry, with views of the Carmel Mountains in the background. Passengers who leave from Haifa arrive in the Acre Old City where they are greeted by narrow alleyways and the city’s active fisherman’s port. http://www.akko.org.il/en/Ferry-from-Akko-to-Haifa-
Haifa Port
Ferry from Haifa to Acre old city and back - Both cities are looking beautiful from the ferry, with views of the Carmel Mountains in the background. Passengers who leave from Haifa arrive in the Acre Old City where they are greeted by narrow alleyways and the city’s active fisherman’s port. http://www.akko.org.il/en/Ferry-from-Akko-to-Haifa-
Essentials
Here you can find basic food products and some vegetables the best thing about this grocery store is that it is open from about 07:00 until about 23:00
Hillel St 48
48 Hillel St
Here you can find basic food products and some vegetables the best thing about this grocery store is that it is open from about 07:00 until about 23:00
This grocery store is very local and nice, the owners are very friendly. It is open from about 07:00 until about 23:00 . Here you can find slightly better choice and quality of food products and vegetables than in the other grocery store on our street.
Hillel St 2
2 Hillel St
This grocery store is very local and nice, the owners are very friendly. It is open from about 07:00 until about 23:00 . Here you can find slightly better choice and quality of food products and vegetables than in the other grocery store on our street.
Arts & Culture
MadaTech, Israel’s National Museum of Science, Technology, and Space, is Israel’s largest science museum. http://www.madatech.org.il/en Address: Shmaryahu Levin 25 street / Balfour 12 street. * The entrance is only from 25 Shmaryahu Levin Street. Established in 1983, MadaTech is housed in the historic landmark, "Technion building", located at the heart of a 7 acres green campus in mid-town Haifa. The campus also features the Northern Garden, where the palm tree planted by Albert Einstein in 1923 still stands. The Noble Energy Science Park is located on the campus yard and not far from it is the CinematriX and the laboratory department of MadaTech’s education wing. Visitors are welcome to use the parking lot located at the northern part of campus. Designed at the turn of the 20th century, by renowned German Jewish architect, Alexander Baerwald, MadaTech was originally home to the country's first academic institution, The Technion, Israel’s Institute of Technology. Every year MadaTech sparks the curiosity and interest of over 400,000 guests in science and technology. Guests who visit can look, feel, explore and enjoy over 20 exhibitions featuring more than 600 hands-on exhibits, and watch 7 Cinematrix multi-sense 3-D movies 362 days a year.
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Israel National Museum of Science
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MadaTech, Israel’s National Museum of Science, Technology, and Space, is Israel’s largest science museum. http://www.madatech.org.il/en Address: Shmaryahu Levin 25 street / Balfour 12 street. * The entrance is only from 25 Shmaryahu Levin Street. Established in 1983, MadaTech is housed in the historic landmark, "Technion building", located at the heart of a 7 acres green campus in mid-town Haifa. The campus also features the Northern Garden, where the palm tree planted by Albert Einstein in 1923 still stands. The Noble Energy Science Park is located on the campus yard and not far from it is the CinematriX and the laboratory department of MadaTech’s education wing. Visitors are welcome to use the parking lot located at the northern part of campus. Designed at the turn of the 20th century, by renowned German Jewish architect, Alexander Baerwald, MadaTech was originally home to the country's first academic institution, The Technion, Israel’s Institute of Technology. Every year MadaTech sparks the curiosity and interest of over 400,000 guests in science and technology. Guests who visit can look, feel, explore and enjoy over 20 exhibitions featuring more than 600 hands-on exhibits, and watch 7 Cinematrix multi-sense 3-D movies 362 days a year.
Haifa Theater - Founded in 1961, the Haifa Theater employs Jewish and Arab actors, and has an international reputation for performing provocative works.
Pevzner St 50
50 Pevzner St
Haifa Theater - Founded in 1961, the Haifa Theater employs Jewish and Arab actors, and has an international reputation for performing provocative works.
Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art - The Museum's collection comprises some 7,000 items of art and crafts - paintings, prints, drawings, painted screens, textiles, antique illustrated texts, ceramics, miniature carvings (netsuke), lacquer and metal work, antique swords and functional art works, mainly from the 17th to 19th centuries, as well as a collection of modern Japanese art. Exhibitions cover different aspects of Japanese culture, displaying traditional and modern art, and emphasizing the aesthetic values unique to Japanese art.
HaNassi Blvd 89
89 HaNassi Blvd
Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art - The Museum's collection comprises some 7,000 items of art and crafts - paintings, prints, drawings, painted screens, textiles, antique illustrated texts, ceramics, miniature carvings (netsuke), lacquer and metal work, antique swords and functional art works, mainly from the 17th to 19th centuries, as well as a collection of modern Japanese art. Exhibitions cover different aspects of Japanese culture, displaying traditional and modern art, and emphasizing the aesthetic values unique to Japanese art.
Al-Midan Theater - Arabic-speaking theater in Haifa. The theater serves as the artistic community of Arabs in Israel. Productions of the theater run throughout the country. The theater consists two halls, one hall with 292 seats, and the second with 112 seats. has a reputation for performing provocative works.
מגדלי הנביאים
2 ח'ורי
Al-Midan Theater - Arabic-speaking theater in Haifa. The theater serves as the artistic community of Arabs in Israel. Productions of the theater run throughout the country. The theater consists two halls, one hall with 292 seats, and the second with 112 seats. has a reputation for performing provocative works.
Hecht Museum - Exhibits display the archaeology and history of the Land of Israel in chronological sequence, from the Chalcolithic period to the Byzantine period. Exhibits include coins, weights, Semitic seals, jewelry, artifacts from the Temple Mount excavations; Phoenician metalworking, woodworking, stone vessels, glass making, and mosaics. The museum is also home to the Ma'agan Michael Ship, the wreck of a fifth-century BCE merchantman. The museum art collection includes French painting of the Barbizon School, Impressionism, Post-impressionism, and the School of Paris, and Jewish art from mid-nineteenth to early twentieth century. http://mushecht.haifa.ac.il/Default_eng.aspx
Hecht Museum
Hecht Museum - Exhibits display the archaeology and history of the Land of Israel in chronological sequence, from the Chalcolithic period to the Byzantine period. Exhibits include coins, weights, Semitic seals, jewelry, artifacts from the Temple Mount excavations; Phoenician metalworking, woodworking, stone vessels, glass making, and mosaics. The museum is also home to the Ma'agan Michael Ship, the wreck of a fifth-century BCE merchantman. The museum art collection includes French painting of the Barbizon School, Impressionism, Post-impressionism, and the School of Paris, and Jewish art from mid-nineteenth to early twentieth century. http://mushecht.haifa.ac.il/Default_eng.aspx
Haifa Auditorium - Haifa's largest concert hall, where you can find symphony, opera, the Israel Philharmonic, dance concerts, and many other cultural events and big happenings; there's also usually an interesting art display in the lobby, which you can see anytime for free. http://www.ethos.co.il/eng
HaNassi Blvd 138
138 HaNassi Blvd
Haifa Auditorium - Haifa's largest concert hall, where you can find symphony, opera, the Israel Philharmonic, dance concerts, and many other cultural events and big happenings; there's also usually an interesting art display in the lobby, which you can see anytime for free. http://www.ethos.co.il/eng
Shopping
Goldmund - second hand bookshop. this is a small bookshop. they have books in hebrew and in english. if you are searching for a specific book they would find out very quickly if they have it in the shop as all the books here are listed on their computer catalog. the place have a flavour of old fashion second hand bookshop.
Masada St 32
32 Masada St
Goldmund - second hand bookshop. this is a small bookshop. they have books in hebrew and in english. if you are searching for a specific book they would find out very quickly if they have it in the shop as all the books here are listed on their computer catalog. the place have a flavour of old fashion second hand bookshop.
Haifa's fruit and vegetable market draws you into a fascinating world of aromas and flavours, vegetable and spice stalls, fresh baked goods and much more – at appealing prices. Here you can buy the freshest produce, and truly experience farm to plate eating.
Talpiot Market
Haifa's fruit and vegetable market draws you into a fascinating world of aromas and flavours, vegetable and spice stalls, fresh baked goods and much more – at appealing prices. Here you can buy the freshest produce, and truly experience farm to plate eating.
Haifa’s flea market - runs all week long, but Saturday is the recommended day for a visit. That’s when the market spreads out over two streets, which are filled to the brim with all kinds of ornaments, old enamel utensils, used sneakers, cut glass, battered wooden shutters and all kinds of things just waiting to be spotted by the sharp-eyed. It’s a good idea to arrive early (from 7 a.m.) Haifa flea market: Kibbutz Galuyot St and surroundings St
Kibuts Galuyot St 8
8 Kibuts Galuyot St
Haifa’s flea market - runs all week long, but Saturday is the recommended day for a visit. That’s when the market spreads out over two streets, which are filled to the brim with all kinds of ornaments, old enamel utensils, used sneakers, cut glass, battered wooden shutters and all kinds of things just waiting to be spotted by the sharp-eyed. It’s a good idea to arrive early (from 7 a.m.) Haifa flea market: Kibbutz Galuyot St and surroundings St
The largest shopping mall in northern Israel. Features about 220 stores, a lot of chain stores and other stores. you can get almost everything you need over there. There are also movie theaters in the mall, most of the films in Israel are screened in their original language so even if you do not speak Hebrew you might be able to enjoy the movies.
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Grand Canyon Haifa
54 Derech Simha Golan
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The largest shopping mall in northern Israel. Features about 220 stores, a lot of chain stores and other stores. you can get almost everything you need over there. There are also movie theaters in the mall, most of the films in Israel are screened in their original language so even if you do not speak Hebrew you might be able to enjoy the movies.
DALIYAT EL- CARMEL Market - The Druze village high on the slopes of Mt. Carmel has an exceptionally unique character. Head to its colorful market on Saturdays, and get lost in the abundance and variety of ethnic foods, and various goods. the place is full of activity, in the village bustling with people.
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Daliyat al-Karmel
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DALIYAT EL- CARMEL Market - The Druze village high on the slopes of Mt. Carmel has an exceptionally unique character. Head to its colorful market on Saturdays, and get lost in the abundance and variety of ethnic foods, and various goods. the place is full of activity, in the village bustling with people.
Parks & Nature
Louis Promenade - a lovely park/promenade offers amazing view of Haifa bay and the whole surroundings. this is really beautiful and most pleasant stroll
Louis Promenade
Louis Promenade - a lovely park/promenade offers amazing view of Haifa bay and the whole surroundings. this is really beautiful and most pleasant stroll
Dado beach is located across from the Hof HaCarmel train station, is known for the gardens along it's boardwalk, restaurants, coffee shops, free parking. The beach boasts a long boardwalk which begins at the southern tip of Dado Beach and ends at the northern tip of the Carmel Beach. There are four lifeguard stations along the beach.
Dado Beach
Dado beach is located across from the Hof HaCarmel train station, is known for the gardens along it's boardwalk, restaurants, coffee shops, free parking. The beach boasts a long boardwalk which begins at the southern tip of Dado Beach and ends at the northern tip of the Carmel Beach. There are four lifeguard stations along the beach.
Bat-Galim beach - This beach is known for the gardens situated along its boardwalk, beachside snack bars, free parking, benches, sitting areas and sporting facilities and playgrounds. The breakwater provides for more relaxed swimming. Because the beach is in the vicinity of the Haifa Bay, in addition to the construction of the breakwater, here the sea is calm and suitable for swimming most days of the week. there are 3 lifeguard stations along the beach.
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Bat Galim Beach
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Bat-Galim beach - This beach is known for the gardens situated along its boardwalk, beachside snack bars, free parking, benches, sitting areas and sporting facilities and playgrounds. The breakwater provides for more relaxed swimming. Because the beach is in the vicinity of the Haifa Bay, in addition to the construction of the breakwater, here the sea is calm and suitable for swimming most days of the week. there are 3 lifeguard stations along the beach.
Israel's largest national park, extending over most of the Carmel mountain range, and containing over 10,000 hectares of pine, eucalyptus, and cypress forest. The park has numerous bicycle and walking paths, dedicated nature reserves, and over 250 archaeological sites inhabited by prehistoric humans. The park is one of the largest open spaces of northern Israel. It is a typical example of a Mediterranean ecosystem, and includes a rich inventory of geological phenomena, prehistoric artefacts, biodiversity and landscapes. In 1996 it was recognised by UNESCO as a biosphere reserve.
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Carmel Mountain National Park
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Israel's largest national park, extending over most of the Carmel mountain range, and containing over 10,000 hectares of pine, eucalyptus, and cypress forest. The park has numerous bicycle and walking paths, dedicated nature reserves, and over 250 archaeological sites inhabited by prehistoric humans. The park is one of the largest open spaces of northern Israel. It is a typical example of a Mediterranean ecosystem, and includes a rich inventory of geological phenomena, prehistoric artefacts, biodiversity and landscapes. In 1996 it was recognised by UNESCO as a biosphere reserve.
World Heritage Site. A prehistoric experience in caves in which humans lived for hundreds of thousands of years, as well as short walks along rocky cliffs, in the rich world of nature on the Carmel Mountain. Ninety years of archaeological research in the area has uncovered an astounding archive of early human life, representing at least 500,000 years of human evolution that tell the story of the transition from a hunter-gathering lifestyle to agriculture and animal husbandry. Not to mention the breathtaking beauty of the Carmel Range and spectacular views of the Carmel coastal plain. http://www.parks.org.il/sites/English/ParksAndReserves/nahalmearot/Pages/default.aspx
Nahal Me'arot
World Heritage Site. A prehistoric experience in caves in which humans lived for hundreds of thousands of years, as well as short walks along rocky cliffs, in the rich world of nature on the Carmel Mountain. Ninety years of archaeological research in the area has uncovered an astounding archive of early human life, representing at least 500,000 years of human evolution that tell the story of the transition from a hunter-gathering lifestyle to agriculture and animal husbandry. Not to mention the breathtaking beauty of the Carmel Range and spectacular views of the Carmel coastal plain. http://www.parks.org.il/sites/English/ParksAndReserves/nahalmearot/Pages/default.aspx
Gan HaEm is a public garden in Haifa. Nearby is Haifa Zoo, the Biological Institute, and the Lotem River. During the year various concerts are held on its public performance stage.
Gan Haem
122 Sderot HaNassi
Gan HaEm is a public garden in Haifa. Nearby is Haifa Zoo, the Biological Institute, and the Lotem River. During the year various concerts are held on its public performance stage.
Carmel Beach Promenade - A beach, whose length is 0.6 kilometers has a long, beautiful promenade, with restaurants and places of entertainment along its edge. The beach is lined with shaded cabanas, benches, sitting areas and sport and play areas. Entrance is free of charge, There are public toilets, showers, kiosks, and first-aid.
Zamir Beach
Carmel Beach Promenade - A beach, whose length is 0.6 kilometers has a long, beautiful promenade, with restaurants and places of entertainment along its edge. The beach is lined with shaded cabanas, benches, sitting areas and sport and play areas. Entrance is free of charge, There are public toilets, showers, kiosks, and first-aid.
This sprawling valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site That has long been important due to its strategic location connecting Egypt to Damascus. Inhabited from 7,000 BCE until the fall of the First Temple in 586 BCE, Tel Megiddo marks an ancient battlefield that has seen a lot of action including a historic battle between the Egyptians and the Canaanites in 1,500 BCE, and another between Egypt and the Kingdom of Judah in 609 BCE. But Tel Megiddo is not known so much for its ancient battles as it is today - for its future battles. Earmarked by the Book of Revelations to be the spot in which the Messiah will defeat the Anti-Christ during the end of times battle of Armageddon.
Megiddo National Park
This sprawling valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site That has long been important due to its strategic location connecting Egypt to Damascus. Inhabited from 7,000 BCE until the fall of the First Temple in 586 BCE, Tel Megiddo marks an ancient battlefield that has seen a lot of action including a historic battle between the Egyptians and the Canaanites in 1,500 BCE, and another between Egypt and the Kingdom of Judah in 609 BCE. But Tel Megiddo is not known so much for its ancient battles as it is today - for its future battles. Earmarked by the Book of Revelations to be the spot in which the Messiah will defeat the Anti-Christ during the end of times battle of Armageddon.
Entertainment & Activities
Globus Max - 23 Movie Theaters, offering a large variety of films from all over the world. most films in Israel are screened in their original language there is hardly any dubbing. next to the Movie Theaters you will find plenty of places to eat.
Derech Simha Golan 54
54 Derech Simha Golan
Globus Max - 23 Movie Theaters, offering a large variety of films from all over the world. most films in Israel are screened in their original language there is hardly any dubbing. next to the Movie Theaters you will find plenty of places to eat.
Haifa Cinematheque - screens huge verity of films, features, documentaries and student films. the Haifa Cinematheque also hosts the Haifa International Film Festival, which takes place every year on the during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot (the Sukkot holiday take place usually around October) http://www.haifacin.co.il/
HaNassi Blvd 142
142 HaNassi Blvd
Haifa Cinematheque - screens huge verity of films, features, documentaries and student films. the Haifa Cinematheque also hosts the Haifa International Film Festival, which takes place every year on the during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot (the Sukkot holiday take place usually around October) http://www.haifacin.co.il/
The Haifa Cable Cars - Climbing up from the seaside, beside the Bat Galim Promenade all the way up to Stella Maris, the top of the Carmel ridge, the Haifa cable cars provide a beautiful view of Haifa and the bay.
Cable Railway Station
The Haifa Cable Cars - Climbing up from the seaside, beside the Bat Galim Promenade all the way up to Stella Maris, the top of the Carmel ridge, the Haifa cable cars provide a beautiful view of Haifa and the bay.
"Festival of Alternative Theater" - Acco Fringe Theatre Festival, is a four-day performing arts festival held annually in the city of Acre, Israel during the Sukkot holiday - dates varies from late September to late October. The festival takes place in the Hospitaller Fortress (the Knights' Halls) - an archaeological sites from the crusade era. The festival is known worldwide and hosts theater companies from the world over. In addition to the plays events include street performances, bazaars and more activities suited to all ages. www.accofestival.co.il
Knights Halls Acre
1 Weizman St
"Festival of Alternative Theater" - Acco Fringe Theatre Festival, is a four-day performing arts festival held annually in the city of Acre, Israel during the Sukkot holiday - dates varies from late September to late October. The festival takes place in the Hospitaller Fortress (the Knights' Halls) - an archaeological sites from the crusade era. The festival is known worldwide and hosts theater companies from the world over. In addition to the plays events include street performances, bazaars and more activities suited to all ages. www.accofestival.co.il
The Haifa International Children’s Theater Festival takes place every year during the Passover Holiday. The Festival attracts crowds from all over Israel and abroad and enjoys great popularity. The rich program includes colorful open-air performances and special activities f children. Stage performances are taking place in the halls of Haifa Municipal Theatre, and in the Auditorium complex on Carmel Center, while the street performances take place in the large complex, adjacent to the theatre.
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The Haifa International Children’s Theater Festival takes place every year during the Passover Holiday. The Festival attracts crowds from all over Israel and abroad and enjoys great popularity. The rich program includes colorful open-air performances and special activities f children. Stage performances are taking place in the halls of Haifa Municipal Theatre, and in the Auditorium complex on Carmel Center, while the street performances take place in the large complex, adjacent to the theatre.