Actually nothing to see there except of a lot of arabian students. The forest around is much more attractive.
Whilst the views are great and offer excellent photo opportunities as others have commented on. This is a place for those keen on history and they have a special wing dedicated to the exhibit of Ma'agan Mikhael Ancient Ship. You can see the hull of a 2400 year old ship, the chips anchor and cargo. They also have an art... More
It is on top of Mount Carmel so the views from the outside area are outstanding. People are friendly here too.
Perched up high on the hill, the University's best feature is the Hecht Museum. You'll see a child and nobleman's coffin, a boat, oil lamps and sculptures in abundance which have all been donated to the Haifa University. A clever feature is the underground walkway, a life saver in the heat that blares down on you this amazing country.
While there is not much or the tourist at Haifa University beyond lectures and books, the views from the 30th floor of the Eshkol Tower are worth seeing, day or night, if you happen to be going in this direction ( the University is at the southern edge of the city on the mountain and is therefore out of the... More
the university of haifa has the highest percentage of Arab students in the country. it is situated on the Carmel mount in the middle of Pine trees. today some 15000 students study in what has become over the years as one of the biggest universities in Israel.
This tall building can be seen when just arriving to Haifa. No parking in the university, so best is to take a bus there, enter the university and get to that building, take the elevators to the 29th floor and than you need to climb one floor and than you can enjoy the best view all the way to Rosh... More
Besided interesting art exhibitions that are set there ocassionally, the views and panorama that the complex offers, almost 360 degree are spectacular. Especially towards the Haifa bay and the western Gallillee, as well as the nearby Zvulun valley just below.
For those who like great views or photography fans, you should go up to the 30th floor of the main building to see the great view of th north of israel and haifa bay erea. entrence for the elevator is from the main building near mcdonalds.
The top of Haifa! Try to reach the 30th floor panorama windows. See the Art gallery, the Avraham Ofek and the Eric Brauer Murals and the fine achitecture based on Oscar Niemeyer's design. See also for the "Hecht Museum"
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