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Jerusalem

Jerusalem is the capital city of Israel. Jerusalem is considered a holy city to Jews, Muslims, and Christians alike.
The city is important to Christians and Jews because many important biblical events are said to have taken place in Jerusalem.

Tel Aviv - Yafo

Tel Aviv-Yafo of today has developed a unique style combining the best of both a relaxed Mediterranean seaside town with an edgy urban vibe. Tel Aviv is are passionate about their city and are proud to live in a center of commerce, culture, style and entertainment.

Haifa

Haifa - One city, so many possibilities! A visit and vacation to Haifa are an experience that include a variety of unique sites and attractions that blend with a wonderful...

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is the lowest point on Earth at some 420 metres below sea level. It gets its name due to the fact that fish and plants cannot survive the salinity and harsh environment of the sea, though there is known microscopic bacteria.

Eilat

Eilat - city with hotels and beaches packed with thousands of Israeli vacationers and tourists from around the world, who come to relax in the country’s southernmost spot.
The combination of a hot climate, a tropical sea and a breathtaking background of wild, bare granite mountains has turned it into a tourist gem all the year round.

Nazateth

Nazareth is waiting for you to come and share its magic.
A visit to Nazareth is an unforgettable experience. Explore the old city’s narrow passageways and its historical and religious sites; smell the wonderful scents of different spices and taste the special food and sweets of the old eastern market; walk through the many stores offering wonderful souvenirs and merchandise at great prices but, more than anything, feel the residents’ warmth as they welcome the city’s guests: tourists, indeed anyone who visits us…

Netanya

Netanya is located close to the seashores of the Mediteranean Sea. Netanya`s proximity to the sea and its pleasant climate have made the city a most desirable tourist attraction and resort area. Netanya, the largest city on the crossroads between Tel-Aviv and Haifa forms a connecting link between the northern and central parts of the country.

Acre

The city`s fascinating historical heritage, a rare blend of East and West, authentic sights from the past, a unique meeting place of art and religion alongside the remains of various cultures - all these have made Acre one of the most important cities of the ancient world.

Tiberias

Tiberias is located on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee, known in Hebrew as “the Kinneret”. It is blessed with a temperate climate, human warmth and a wealth of cultural richness. In Tiberias itself, as well as in the surrounding areas, there is an abundance of tourist locations, historical sites and the source of legends related to the three monotheistic religions.

Safed

Safed is a picturesque city of spiritual people and artists, wrapped in mysticism and mystery, and steeped in sacred atmosphere. Visitors to Safed is one of the four holy cities in Israel. The Kabbalist mystics lived, studied, taught, and wrote in the city and many of the graves are objects of veneration.