Aerial Cable Car
The Aerial Cable Car system on Mount Carmel runs from the top of the mountain, opposite the Carmelite Monastery to the Bat Galim Promenade below and offers a spectacular view of the Haifa bay and surroundings. The Aerial Cable Car System is a fast way to get up or down the mountain.
At the lower terminal is the Yotvata dairy restaurant, famous all over Israel for it’s salads and ice-cream. In addition, the downstairs hall at the lower terminal contains an exhibit of a different featured artist that changes on a weekly basis. At the higher terminal there is also a place to buy refreshments.
Open Hours: Sat-Thu 10:00-17:30, Fri 10:00-13:45
Categories : Attractions
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Fun, alternative way to see the city
What is great about the Cable Car System is that it operates on weekends from 10:00 until 18:00- we took the cable cars in both directions and it was an interesting way to see the city