The Louis Promenade is known simply as “the Tayelet” by locals and was built by a Haifa couple in memory of their son, Louis Ariel Goldschmidt. The Louis Promenade runs parallel to HaNassi Boulevard and it offers a stunning view of Haifa. On clear days, Rosh Hanikra, Akko and even Mount Hermon can be spotted.
For those wanting to take photographs of the breath-taking view, it is advisable to come in the afternoon as the view can be kind of hazy in the morning hours. Alternatively, come at night for a different kind of view, with thousands upon thousands of sparkling lights
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3 thoughts on “Louis Promenade”
Perfect Romantic Walk
My girlfriend and I walked along here one evening in Haifa…a short walk with a spectacular view…wonderful memories
The promenade is incredible at any time of a day, with a gorgeous view of the Bahai gardens, Haifa and the entire northern Israel- on clear days you can even see as far as Lebanon!
stunning sunset location!
This is THE place to go for a stunning sunrise experience- just indescribable!!