Haifa cable car and Stella Maris
The Haifa cable car takes you for a five-minute journey between heaven and earth, from Bat Galim Promenade to the edge of Mount Carmel and back. The cable car is transparent and allows you to enjoy the Carmel range and Haifa Bay’s magnificent view. You can purchase a one-way ticket for 25 NIS or a round trip ticket for 35 NIS. Access to the cable car is made possible both from the lower station and from the upper station. At the top station, you can complete the experience with a meal in one of the restaurants or enjoy an additional attraction such as the Stella Maris Church, a visit to the Elijah Cave, and a view of Rosh Hanikra and the Gulf of Acco. Haifa’s seashore awaits you at the lower station of the cable car, which attracts many visitors and surfers during the summer.
Haifa flea market
The Haifa flea market has existed for over 150 years and operates every day until the afternoon. The market’s location on the slopes of the historic Wadi Salib neighborhood and the original architecture of the market buildings are also attractive to travelers from Israel and the world. On Saturdays, the main street of the market is closed to traffic, and there is a famous peddler market. The flea market’s uniqueness is authenticity and the wide variety of shops, restaurants, and workshops that sell everything from vintage to antiques, Collectibles alongside everyday objects, architectural items, vintage clothing, and more.
Haifa Wadi Nisnas
A visit to Wadi is actually a culinary visit as the walk is among the shops and peddlers who sell everything and the many restaurants and falafels in the place.
The houses along the main street are decorated with paintings and sculptures of the “Holiday of Holidays” festival. The festival takes place in December for more than 20 years. It marks the three holidays: Hanukkah, Ramadan, and Christmas of the three religions: Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, and symbolizes the existing coexistence in Haifa.