Central Israel

Places of Worship in Tel Aviv serve all major religions. The variety is large. We are glad to offer, herby, links to some of the major places, per religion: Jewish: Major synagogues in Tel Aviv are: Beit Haknesset Hagadol, on Allenby corner of Ehad Ha’am Str., Beit Haknesset Hagadol, “Ohel -Moed”, on 5 Shahadal...

Tel Aviv is the synonym for a European city in the midst of the Middle East; a 24/7 scene of hustle and bustle. Tel Aviv is the largest city in Israel, next to only Jerusalem- the country’s Capital. Tel Aviv combines Hi tech, industry, commerce and culture together with a renowned nightlife scenery. It’s history is a...

Art and culture are synonyms of the name Tel-Aviv City. The city has several of the most well-known museums that offer a variety of modern, old and contemporary artifacts. Have a lookout for: The “Tel Aviv Museum of Art”; displaying modern art, post-modern, Impressionism, photography and more…. Including the newest...

Tel-Aviv was the first Jewish venture of building a city in the new land of Israel, outside of the walls of old Jaffa, hence its name “The first Jewish City”. In 1881 Jewish inhabitants have built the first houses outside of the walls and the name of this neighborhood has been known until today as “KEREM...

Beit-Shearim is an ancient archaeological site, situated in the lower Galilee. The ancient town of Beit-Shearim , used to be an important Jewish settlement in former years, mainly during the Jewish Mishnah and Talmud periods. The village is situated on a hill; rising up high in the north to the...

Tzippori is a national park these days, covering an area of around 16 square kilometers. It is located in central Galilee (northern Israel) nearby the city of Nazareth. Tzipori is based geographically on a hill, some 300 meters above sea level, watching over the “Beit-Netufa Valley”. Its name means “My bird”,...

Apollonia – at Arsuf, is an ancient city whose ruins are located today near the city of Herzliya, at a location called “Arsuf” – on coast of the Mediterranean Sea. The place had been designated as an official National Park. Arsuf was established in the Persian period (between 6th to 4th centuries, BC) by the...

The forest spreads over more than 20,000 Dunames and is referred to as “The largest Green-lung in central Israel”. The Forest is situated in between Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv, near the city of Modiin. It is mainly represented by Pine trees but as f recent, some new Israeli trees had been planted and successfully...

Ha’yarkon Park is also known as Ganei-Yehoshua (Joshua garden), in the midst of Tel-Aviv city, spreading over some 860 Acres alongside the Ha’yarkon river. The park offers a variety of attractions to its visitors: Playgrounds, Walking paths, Biking routes, Various carriages for hire and a mini-bus tour for kids, A...

The park is based north to Netanya and south of Haifa. It is one of the few streams in Israel that is filled with water throughout year round. The park has undergone a thorough restoration program, of recent, and has proven to be reoffering a natural habitat for a varied number of species. One of the major...

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