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Akko Old City Day Tour by Train

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  • Day Trip
  • Group Tour
  • 12 hr

Begin your day at the Tel Aviv Hahagana Train Station, receive your travel itinerary packet from our IsraelRail representative and you are all set to explore Akko on your own! From here you are ready to ride like the locals along the Mediterranean coast to one of the most ancient cities in Israel: the Old City of Akko. The train ride is a total of 1 hour and 40 minutes. Visiting Akko is a journey to a glorious past and a one-of-a-kind experience. The city’s fascinating historical heritage, a rare blend of East and West, authentic glimpses from the past, and unique mix of religious beliefs and remnants from different cultures, have all turned Akko into one of the most vital Ancient World cities. You will find the traces of a great many nations and religious movements ranging from the Canaanites, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Crusaders, the Mamluks, the Turks and the British. Self-Guided with an option for Audio Guide at Museums

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Knights' Halls, Rehov Weizman 1, Acre 2430122 Israel

Explore and Discover the Hospitaller Citadel Knights’ Halls. Included in this experience is an audio guide that will lead you through the vast and interesting history.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Municipal Museum Turkish bath, Acre, Israel

Follow the audio guide through the original “Hamam al-Basha". The Turkish Bath was built at the end of the 18th century by Governor of Akko, Jazzar Pasha.

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Templars Tunnel, Near Lighthouse, Acre Israel

Walkthrough the 150-meter tunnel that extends from the Templars fortress in the west to the city’s port in the east. It crosses Pisan quarter and in the past, served as a strategic underground passageway that connected the palace to the port.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Okashi Art Museum, El Jazzar St 2, Acre 2470001 Israel

Visit the museum featuring rotating exhibitions of Israeli art alongside a permanent exhibit of the works of the late artist, Avshalom Okashi. Okashi was undoubtedly one of Israel's most salient artists and he left an indelible mark on Israeli art. He spent most of his life in Acre, where he set up his painting workshop (which became the Okashi Museum posthumously) in order to pass on his artistic heritage to future generations.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Ethnographic Museum Treasures in the Walls, 2 Weizman, Acre 2430123 Israel

The hundreds of items displayed in the museum enable its visitors to get acquainted with the traditional craftsmen who worked in the markets, the spectacular furniture of the city’s well-to-do and the fabric of life in a city that was a unique meeting place of art and religion.

Duration: 30 minutes