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Getting There

By Tour Bus and Public Transportation-Both Egged (www.eggedtours.com) and United Bus Tours (www.unitedtours.co.il) include stops in Caesarea on tours of the area originating in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Haifa. Public transport to Caesarea National Park is virtually non-existent.

By Car-Highway 2 or 4 to Caesarea (sometimes Qasariyah) exit. Follow signs to Caesarea National Park, not to Caesarea City. There are free parking lots at the entrances to the park and at the old Roman Aqueduct Beach a half-mile (.6 km) north of the main park entrances. Leave no bags or valuables visible in your car.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.