​The Hanukkah Holiday holds a variety of names: the festival of light; The miracle holiday; the holiday of the oil or even the holiday of the approaching winter.

Due to the fact that schools are closed for the holiday (for one week), it is a good time to travel thought the country.

Many attractions are open during the holiday.

Some examples are:
The Macabbeans’ tombs, on route 443, via Jerusalem-Tel Aviv
Night fall tours in Jerusalem, seeing the Hanukkah candles though the windows of the religious apartments

Walking on the walls of the old city in Jerusalem

Traveling though villages int the northern part of Israel; withing the villages that handle the oil, just as in days gone by; be it Jewish or Druze or Muslim villages. The most famous ones are in Maiylia and in Pekiin.

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