Ancient civilizations always needed ports to set a ground at their empires. This tour will trace back to the Roman capital of Judea – the city of Caesarea. We'll visit the ancient Theatre, Palaces, Amphitheater and even the old toilets and what was the biggest building project of Roman days here.
Later, we'll continue to Haifa – a city that became a symbol of co-existence, where Muslims, Christians, Jews and Bahai all live together, and discuss the city's stories from the viewpoint of the world famous Bahai Gardens.
Last, we'll get to Acre – the Crusaders capital of the holy land, where a short walk underneath the ground would lead us into some of the best Crusader remains in the world. Acre is a port city – fish and sea food are fresh, and the market is open and full of colors and flavors.