Tips of the Top in Israel

A new style of holidays has dawned in recent years; the Cruise-Line Ships; colorful, elegant and easy-going. Most ships are luxurious, modern ships; with large, comfortable cabins, most of which have private balconies overlooking the sea. Israel is located in Asia, on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Most...

Tel Aviv Hotels Tel-Aviv offers a variety of accommodations, while in town. There are 5 star hotels as well as 1-2 star ones. A breathtaking view is to choose accommodation near the sea; in either Tel-Aviv of Jaffa. Other options enable proximity to travel routes, which is a practical and important factor, in this...

!Tel-Aviv offers a variety of sites to visit; old, new or contemporary. We picked out for you the ones that you shouldn’t miss, no matter what  The Tel-Aviv Marina Where Yachts, coffee houses, shopping and atmosphere hit it off  together The KARMEL -Market Jaffa old city and harbor Any Museum (please click on the...

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...

The Safari in Ramat-Gan is a unique reservation at which animals of all kinds roam free of cages. It is also called the “Zoological Center Tel Aviv – Ramat Gan”, treating animals from overseas countries for ailments and for preservation. The word ‘Safari” means ‘journey’. Visitors enjoy the animals while they wander...

Nazareth is an ancient city, located in the lower part of the Galilee, nearby the Sea of Galilee. The city is also known as the “Arab capital of Israel”, being one of the largest Arab cities in the north of Israel. Nazareth dates back, archaeologically, to the era called “the pre Pottery Neolithic B” (around...

Caesarea is located on Israel’s central Mediterranean coast and is the ancient Roman capital of the land of Israel. Caesarea’s story had begun in the third century BCE during the Hellenistic period, as a small Phoenician harbor-city called Straton’s Tower. The population of Straton’s Tower was mostly Jewish (as also found...

The city is located at the altitude of 2,790 feet (850 meters) and is most probably Israel’s highest town as well as its coldest one. In Hebrew, the name is pronounced as “Zefat”. Safed is located at the northern part of the Galilee, north of the Sea of Galilee. The ancient city dates its importance, of being a Jewish...

Rosh Pinna is a small town, located on mount Knaa’n, in the northern part of Israel (the northern/upper Galilee), of some 2,600 inhabitants. The town is an ancient one, founded in 1882 by a small group of immigrant families from Romania, thus creating a settlement, in the lands of “nowhere”; turning it into the oldest...

The Dead Sea is a lake of salt located at the south-eastern part of Israel, near its border with Jordan. The lake is situated exactly 420m (1,385 ft) below sea level, which makes it the lowest location on Earth. The Dead Sea is some 380m (1,240 ft) deep; it is also the saltiest body of water in the world, with nearly...

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