We depart from Tel Aviv's station to get to Haifa. The journey takes around an hour and it's a confortable train ride. We get there around 11 just in time to reach our intended destination the Bahai's Garden.
The gardens are a place of worship of the Bahai's religion, and therefore the entrace it's free of charge. However to visit the garden, it's necessary to go with an accompanied tour provided by the Gardens' adminstration itself. There are between 2/3 tours everyday, all in English. You don't have to book online, it's simply necessary to show up there at the expected time.
The gardens are gorgeous and well mantained, and absolutely worth a visit. The visit lasts around an hour and the guide is clearly knolewdgeable about Bahai's religion.
After the end of the visit, we decide to visit the nearby city of Acre. An old historic city, a certified UNESCO World Heritage. The train to get there takes around 1 hour. The city has a fascinating castle that can be visited for a small price.
The area around the old historic arbour is fashinating and full of history to be absorbed. The majority of the population in Akko is of arabic descent, so the city is packed with mosques, that can be visited from the inside also by non muslims.