Israel’s northern port city boasts a host of multicultural history and archeology alongside a beautiful harbor and world-class restaurants.
Acre (Akko), declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, boasts a multicultural history alongside a beautiful harbor and world-class restaurants. It preserves remains of its medieval Crusader buildings beneath the existing Moslem fortified town dating from the 18th and 19th centuries.
The city’s fascinating historical heritage, a rare blend of East and West and a unique mix of religious beliefs and remnants from different cultures, have all turned Acre into one of the most vital Ancient World cities. Acre’s colorful Oriental markets, city walls, museums, beaches and water sports facilities, Fishermen’s Port, marina, restaurants, hotels and annual festivals are just a few more of the city’s tourist attractions.