This is a cool thing although sort of primitive in its development, acco is nice to cruise around and the Souk is very nice and authentic
This place deserves its UNESCO award. There are a number of different halls most of which are amazingly large and their condition was surprising good for its age. The entrance - paid for by a British sponsor apparently - was shaded and very cool. Seemingly helpful ticket office - but they didnt tell me I could buy a combined ticket... More
If you're into history or religion this is a must-see! Huge caverns and halls and lots of information. It is possible to collect an information headset from the entrance but they require you to leave your passport. I refused as under UK travel advice i was advised never to let my passport out of sight (there were problems with forgeries... More
This was well worth the trip from Haifa by train and made a lovely day trip. You can spend hours there searching, marveling, and admiring. The audio tour is sufficient but a real guide could have been more helpful. There is too much history here for the audio tapes to cover. Leave some time to visit the outdoor market across... More
Excavated fairly recently but in great condition. Particulary liked stairs for horses! Tunnels not for claustraphobic but do if you can. Our tour was multilingual so rather rushed - choose guide in your language only if possible.
Admission includes audio tour with 24 stops which provides detailed historic background. As there is little signage, the tour is a must to fill in details of this impressive monument still in surprisingly complete condition. Restoration on some of the halls is ongoing.
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