Off the beaten path attractions in Haifa

Tired of the same old destinations in your friend's circle? Want to have a unique travel experience? Why not explore the incredible city of Haifa, rich in culture and history!


Haifa faces the Mediterranean Sea and is Israel's largest port, third-largest city, northern tourist destination, and major industrial hub with a population of over 200,000. With rich natural resources and a history of conflict and change, Haifa is the perfect destination for a culturally diverse journey.

Louis Promenade

This is a viewpoint in the long corridor for strolling in the Bahá'í Gardens, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the city of Haifa and the bay. It is worth visiting both during the day and at night!
Ben-Gurion Boulevard, located in a historic neighborhood, was originally purchased by German Templars in 1868 with the intention of establishing an agricultural community. The German-style buildings from the late 20th century have been well preserved. Today, the boulevard has become a landmark for tourists, with many cafes and tourist attractions along the street. Recommended architectural highlights include Havana Plus, Milagro, and Isabell. Additionally, the Haifa City Museum and Tourist Center are located in this area.

Israel Naval Museum

The museum showcases the history of Zionist activists attempting to illegally enter British-controlled Palestine in the 1930s and 1940s, and is definitely worth a visit. An important exhibit in the museum is a ship called Af-al-pi-chen, which carried 434 refugees to Palestine in 1947, and has a similar status in immigration history as Noah's Ark.