Remains of the day

The Caesarea National Park is a place where you can take a journey back in time to ancient days and also watch a beautiful sunset.

By MEITAL SHARABI
March 16, 2017 11:03
4 minute read.
The ancient port of Caesarea

The ancient port of Caesarea. (photo credit: MEITAL SHARABI)

 
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Even if spending the day at historical tourist sites is not your favorite pastime, there are a few locations in Israel that everyone should visit at least once. And not all trips involve long car rides and extensive walking. You can hike in a nature reserve, or just go out into the forest for a fun picnic.

The Caesarea National Park is a place where you can take a journey back in time to ancient days and also watch a beautiful sunset.

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