A visit to Acre during a Christian Holy Land trip is part of the Israeli experience. The city of Acre, most commonly known as Akko, is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, dating back to the time of the Pharaoh Thutmose III. The city is at the northern extremity of Haifa Bay in the northern coastal plain region, and has traditionally been a focal point for commercial activity in it’s waterways due to the cities important location and access to sea.
Christian traveling to the holy land and international travelers come to Israel for many reasons, including faith, tourism, business, medical treatments, and temporary work. The type of visa’s are defined by Israeli immigration laws, and relate to principal purposes of travel. Note that a visa does not guarantee entry into Israel.
Israel is truly a modern, developed country where you can find and purchase just about anything you need during your visit to Israel. This includes food, medicine, clothing, cosmetics, and any hygiene products.