Acre is one of the most cultural and historical cities in Israel. The city also known as Akko is in a very special location sitting in a natural harbor at the extremity of Haifa Bay. The city is one the oldest continuously inhabited settlements on earth. Today the city has mixed population with Jews, Muslims, Christians, Druze, and Bahais, which makes the city very welcoming and full of different cultures.

The Old City Of Akko The site is a UNESCO heritage Site due to the recognition of the remains of the Crusader town. The remains of the Crusader town of Acre, both above and below the present-day street level, provide an exceptional picture of the layout and structures of the capital of the medieval Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem. Present-day Acre is an important example of an Ottoman walled town, with typical urban components such as the citadel, mosques, khans, and baths well preserved, partly built on top of the underlying Crusader structures.

Things to do Other than visiting The Old City, Akko has many other great activities to do. Such as Akko Market, take a boat tour, cliff jumping from Akko walls, and much more.