Photogallery of Haifa, Israel

Bahai World Center
Bahai World Center by U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv @flickr
Haifa at peace
Haifa at peace by Eye Of Einstein @flickr
Bahai gardens
Bahai gardens by Anaulin @flickr
Haifa at Night
Haifa at Night by David55King @flickr
Haifa @flickr
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More to see in Haifa
Fans of beach holidays are sure to enjoy Haifa. The picturesque Dado beach is perfect for a family vacation, as it is perfectly equipped for a comfortable stay. There are several attractive restaurants and bars on the beach. It is perfect for strolling and admiring the sunset. Tourists who come for vacation with small children would like Meridian Beach. It is considered the most peaceful city beach, as there is never a wave and there is always very quiet here. Those preferring to spend time in the fresh air would enjoy the Nesher park. It covers a vast area and strikes with plants’ diversity. The main attraction of the park is a suspension bridge, walk through which remains one of the favorite pastimes for tourists. During a walk holidaymakers will be able to make a lot of interesting pictures or have a picnic in the designated area. A walk through the local Haifa Educational Zoo would be pleasant too; both youngest visitors and their parents would enjoy it. Zoo is located in a hilly area and covers a vast territory; the habitat of animals is close to natural. Sports entertainment fans would like relaxing in the Hecht park, as it is ideal for active holidays. Silky grass, plenty of paths for hiking and biking, breathtaking panoramic views of the sea and equipped playgrounds for children have made it one of the most popular in the city. Haifa has a tremendous amount of modern entertainment and shopping centers; the smallest visitors of the city will enjoy the Ktktim … Read further

Chapters of the guide to Haifa

Cuisine and top restaurants

The Voila specializes in European dishes; it is one of the most popular dining places in the city. The restaurant features a large selection of homemade cakes and highly artistic desserts, soups and salads. It serves excellent Italian pizza and delicious dishes of French and Swiss cuisine. The Voila restaurant has a decent wine list. Among city's cafes Aroma is worth noting; a large selection of salads and … Open

Traditions and mentality of Haifa

During pre-holiday rituals, the bride and groom are always accompanied by experienced guides who know all the national traditions. Despite the fact that during the wedding ceremony the new married couple has to comply with strict traditions, local weddings have some breadth. The couple can choose the venue to feast; their wedding dresses are limited only by decencies. Before the wedding, the groom has to go … Open

Travel guide to Haifa

In one of the fascinating historical buildings is the Mane Katz Museum located. It is devoted to the famous avant-garde artist's masterpieces. The main exhibits of the museum are famous artist’s paintings drawn in different techniques. The museum also houses the collection of his personal belongings. One of the most unusual cultural venues here is the Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art opened in 1959. The … Open

Advices for travellers

3. Shoppers should be aware that all items are subject to 17 % VAT. Some stores give foreign buyers special checks to reclaim VAT departing from the country. Be sure to specify in advance whether this service exists in the actual shopping mall. 4. Sabbath is a common day off; it begins at Friday evening and ends on Saturday evening. At that time, government agencies, much of the shops and public transport … Open

Attractions and active leisure

Fans of shopping also point out Fleamarket, as there are lots of boutiques and shops on its territory. You can buy clothes and gifts at very attractive prices at this market. Fans of nightlife won’t be disappointed too. Despite the fact that Haifa doesn’t feature an abundance of noisy nightclubs, a number of popular bars and restaurants offer an interesting evening program. The Glasgow pub will be … Open

Cultural excursion through Haifa - things to see

You should definitely take a stroll through the picturesque Moshava Germanit district; its main symbols are Templars’ houses. In the second half of the 19th century on the site of the present district a small German settlement was founded. Some old buildings have preserved to this day; they have recently undergone a complete renovation. The Museum of Haifa would tell visitors of the city more about this and … Open

Top sigths of Israel

Safed is a relatively young city in Israel but no less interesting. It is distinguished by unusual architecture – the majority of buildings in the city are painted in blue colour. Locals believe that this helps to protect them from the evil eye. Blue buildings surrounded by high mountains look particularly attractive. … Open

Photogalleries of neighbours of Haifa

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