The main event of December is the Feast of Feasts. This annual mega-holiday takes place in Haifa and celebrates Hanukkah and Christmas. But this year the holiday will be memorable. On the walls of the Beit Dagon grainer, an audio-visual performance will be presented, in which candles will be lit in a colossal menorah throughout the days of the holiday. The light display will stretch for 250 meters and with the help of six laser projectors, will create a complete image of 4,000 square meters. In addition, we provide a comprehensive guide with the best tips and locations for this holiday.
Tip one: do not even try to come by car this holiday. You will suffer from a leak of parking places, traffic jams and closed streets. Instead, if you live in Haifa - use public transport, and if you are a guest of the capital of the north - then use the train. We will start and end our route here from this railway station. You will quickly get here! From Tel Aviv, the journey will take only fifty minutes.
Historical reference: The station opened in 1937 and was called "Haifa Central". It was built on the territory drained by the British as part of the construction of the Haifa port. Historical photos on the facade of the building evidence this. The station is located on Atsmaut Avenue - Independence Boulevard (in the past, the "Kingsway"). In those years, getting from Haifa by train to Beirut and Damascus was possible. This is the only passenger station built by the British in Palestine.