Excursion «508. Christmas in Haifa»

Хайфа Бахайские сады Церковь Ильи Пророка
Class «Tourist class»
Type Group tour
Language Russian
Visited 9 423 people

Embark on an exciting journey through Haifa, where the cultural heritage and history of the city are intertwined with the festive atmosphere of December. This is the time when Haifa is transformed, shrouded in magic and festive mood. The streets are decorated with lights and decorations, and restaurants and shops welcome visitors with a warm atmosphere. This is a period of fairs, art exhibitions, street performances and performances.

Caesarea. Rally Museum - explore the Rally Museum, presenting fascinating art exhibitions enriched by the cultural heritage of the region.
Carmelite Monastery - a historical sacred site on Cape Carmel. Here you can enjoy stunning views of the city and the sea, immerse yourself in a world of silence and solitude, and also learn about the history and spiritual heritage of this place.
Promenade Louis. Observation deck of the Bahai Gardens— this place provides magnificent panoramic views of the gardens, the city of Haifa and the Mediterranean Sea. The site allows you to enjoy the amazing beauty and harmony of the landscape, framed by green spaces and fountains.
German Colony Discover the Christmas quarter, immerse yourself in the atmosphere of celebration and delight


Seasonal excursion - only December 16 and 23!

Departure days

Departure days depend on your departure city


Conditions for order cancellation:
If a tourist cancels an excursion in less than 3 days – penalty 100%, if "No Departure Insurance" is purchased.
Money is returned only if "No Departure Insurance" is available.


  • People who are late and do not go on the excursion will not receive a refund.
  • The company is not responsible for lost items.
  • Requests for excursions for children under 5 years old are not accepted
  • Responsibility for having an individual insurance policy falls on the tourist.
  • Tourists may wait up to 30 minutes for the bus.
  • Minor changes to the route are possible.
  • The company reserves the right to change the departure time for the excursion, which is communicated to the tourist the day before.
  • The company does not sell excursions indicating seats on the bus.
  • The excursion begins after a sanitary stop, and before that there is a transfer before the start of the excursion.
  • Physical activity level: 3/5

We recommend: Take drinking water, a hat, sunglasses, comfortable shoes with you on the excursion - walk a lot.

The cost of trips is not included and is paid on the spot:

  • Meals, unless purchased additionally. 


Ralli Museum

The relatively new Museum of Contemporary Latin American Art Rally, located in Caesarea (founded in the last decade of the twentieth century), is a popular destination for tourists. The museum is 700 square meters located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in a park area. The aim pursued by the founders of the museum is to draw people's attention to the visual art of Latin America. Four such museums have already been opened in the world today. Each of them exists without a commercial connotation, that is, admission here is free (which greatly expands the circle of visitors), and the museum has no cafes, no retail outlets, or souvenir shops. Also, on the way to the museum building, guests will enjoy a walk through a cozy courtyard, which contains many sculptures (including sculptures by Salvador Dali) and fountains.

Stella Maris Monastery

The monastery was built in the second half of the 18th century. During the period of the Napoleonic wars, the church was seriously damaged, and in the first half of the 19th century, the Turks wiped off its last remnants from the face of the earth. But a decade later, people began the reconstruction of the monastery and it opened its doors in 1836 on the same place. In the 20th century, it was in turn occupied by British and Israeli troops, but nowadays the monastery and the church recovered their original meaning. Today, the Stella Maris Cathedral is considered being the main spiritual center for the Carmelites of the whole world.

German colony in Haifa

The quarter, which in Hebrew is called “Moshava Germanit”, was built about 150 years ago by protestant Templars, who moved from Germany to Palestine. The devout Germans changed their native places for the semi-wild Middle East for a certain reason. With their presence and creative hard work on the Promised Land, they expected to speed up the second coming of Christ. Of course, that did not work out. But Haifa obviously benefited from the German "expedition" – hear appeared one of the most comfortable urban areas with gingerbread houses, wine cellars and good hookahs. Perhaps this is the best place in the whole city for walking and shopping.