With a professional guide, you will visit the most charming places in the city. Why is Haifa one of the most visited cities in Israel? Haifa boasts arguably the loveliest beaches in Israel, a picturesque cityscape perched on the steep hill of Carmel Mountain, and the nation’s high-tech brain-trust. You will have a chance to explore the city while hearing fascinating facts and legends. What is so fascinating about the Baha’i Gardens? Why is it considered a majestic World Heritage Site? You will be surprised after knowing the hidden stories in the streets, buildings, and corners of Haifa. Your charming guide will tell you what is special and unique about living in this city. It is perfect for people visiting the city for the first time and who want to get the most out of it! * A local and charismatic guide will guide you. * You will hear the stories and legends of the city. * You will visit charming places.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • (Mana-Katz Museum) מוזיאון מאנה כ Admission fee
  • Haifa Zoo Admission fee
  • The Munio Gitai Weinraub Museum Admission fee

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    The Viewing Balcony

    Situated about 100m up the hill from the tour entrance of the Bahai's Garden, this viewing platform allows a bird’s eye view over the Shrine of the Bab and towards the sea. The viewing balcony is a beautiful vantage point for a quick photoshoots. You can spend hours every evening just sitting on the balcony staring at the view.

  • 2

    Louis Promenade

    The Louis Promenade extends from Hotel Nof to the Emperor's Monument, was created in 1992 near the entrance to the top Terraces of the Shrine of the Báb. The promenade has donated in honor of their son Louis (Ariel) Goldschmidt, a Haifa native originates from South Africa. The promenade is approximately 400 meters (0.25 miles) long and comprises Gan Yaffe Nof and " (Later, the Goldschmidt family donated to the reconstruction of Haifa Zoo, including the provision of electric cars for impaired access.) A memorial to the 1997 Israeli helicopter catastrophe killed 73 people lies at the far end of the promenade.

  • 3

    (Mana-Katz Museum) מוזיאון מאנה כ

    The museum opened in 1977 and is located in the city on Yaffa Nof Street, in a building facing Haifa Bay. During his time in Haifa, Katz lived in this structure, which also housed his workshop. The museum is based on a 1958 agreement between the Haifa municipality and Katz. The Haifa municipality handed him the home in exchange for his vow to leave all his property and collections to Katz.

  • 4

    Haifa Zoo

    The Haifa Educational Zoo, located in the heart of the Carmel and overlooking a breathtaking view of the Carmel, Nahal Lotem, and the Mediterranean Sea, introduces many species of animals, many of which are globally endangered species, from various ecosystems and regions, and exposes visitors, both young and old, to the unique characteristics of the several animals, their importance to nature and us, the dangers that threaten their existence.

  • 5

    The Munio Gitai Weinraub Museum

    The architecture museum is the first of its sort in Israel. On September 14, 2012, the Haifa Museum opened its doors. The museum is in the studio of architect Prof. Monio Gitai Weinroib. The idea for a Haifa architectural museum came from director Amos Gitai, who wished to turn the studio where his father worked into a museum in his father's memory.

Meeting Point

The main entrance of Bahai Garden (Yefe Nof St 61, Haifa, Israel)
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.