Caesarea Aqueduct:
Caesarea

The genuine ancient Aqueduct from the Roman times, which transported spring water to the Roman city. Aqueducts were built with the help of advanced engineering and technological know-how that was very impressive for the period.  Remains of the eastern hippodrome were found on the Aqueduct Beach, technically within the Caesarea National Park but not within walking distance of the city and port. The aqueduct is really large and it is possible to climb up and walk on top.

 

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Posted: September 12, 2017

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Address:

Aqueduct Street,

Caesarea

 

Price: free

 

Website:http://www.parks.org.il/sites/English/ParksAndReserves/caesarea/Pages

 

Average Time Spent at this Location: 15 minutes

 

Approximate Distance from:   

Jerusalem: 1 hour, 25 minutes

Haifa: 30 minutes

Tel Aviv: 1 hour

Meron: 1 hour, 10 minutes

Safed: 1 hour, 10 minutes

Tiberias: 55 minutes