Haifa travel guide

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You're Going to Love Haifa

Smaller than Tel Aviv but no less beautiful and complex, the city of Haifa brings together the region's natural beauty, like mountainous climbs, spectacular scenic views of the bay, miles of Mediterranean coastline, and lush greenery. And yet, all the joys of modern living make the city a thriving center, alive with the hubbub of the Arab markets, food vendors, stalls, cinemas, malls, and shopping.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Haifa

When to Visit Haifa

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The best time to visit Haifa is in March or April. At this point, it's still spring, the rain stops and it's not too hot. From April to September, temperatures range from highs of 71 to 85.

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How to Get to Haifa

Airports near Haifa

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Where to Stay in Haifa

Relax in style at the Dan Carmel Haifa Hotel, with stunning views and amenities. Modest accommodations that mimic the Dan Carmel can be found at the Dan Gardens Haifa Hotel. Budget travelers will love the accessibility of the Port Inn.

Popular Neighborhoods in Haifa

Where to stay in popular areas of Haifa

Most booked hotels in Haifa

How to Get Around Haifa

The Cost of Living in Haifa

Shopping Streets

There are plenty of shopping malls in Haifa, besides the more informal outdoor kiosks. Take your pick from City Center Mall (Lev HaIr), Kanyon Haifa, and Cinemall.

Groceries and Other

Milk costs ₪5.48 and a dozen eggs costs ₪12.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
C$ 20.40
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
C$ 119.74
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
C$ 2.10
C$ 3.77

Where to Eat in Haifa

Middle Eastern cuisine that is authentic and generous awaits you in Haifa's winding streets. The best, freshest falafels (₪10-15) and well-seasoned shawarma meats (for ₪20-22) come from informal food kiosks around Yafo Street.