Located in the lower Galilee, Nazareth is an important holy destination for Christians around the world. In addition to its great religious value, Nazareth is also a city rich in culture and history, not to mention interesting archaeology, all of which will show visitors a different side to Middle Eastern charm.
The Hanging Gardens of Haifa are an absolute beauty. Holy to the adherents of the not-widely known Bahá’í faith, the gardens are a temple to their god Bah. Come for the view, or come to learn about the faith – just don’t miss it.
Jerusalem, the ‘City of Gold’ is beautiful. Whether you observe it from up close, walking through the narrow streets of the Old City, or step back and take in the panorama from one of the amazing outlook spots such as the Haas Promenade, the glistening stone which symbolizes this city, considered so holy and important by so many people, and the magical approach to the city through the lush Jerusalem Hills make it one of the most beautiful places to visit in Israel.
Caesarea is both ancient and new. It was founded by Herod the Great in honor of Caesar Augustus, who gave him the city. In 1952, it became the only city in Israel to be governed by a private corporation.
Don’t be fooled by the name of the Red Sea, located in Eilat, is one of the world’s best destinations for snorkeling and diving. Expect to see carpets of coral reef and schools of fish.
Also spelled as Beer-Sheva, Beersheba is the largest city located in the Negev desert region of southern Israel. The city serves as the starting point for exploring sites such as the Ramon Crater and the UNESCO world heritage Nabathean Incense Route.
The artfully architected museum houses the best of Israeli art as well as new and old masters. The museum boasts an impressive collection of the old masters, diverse temporary exhibitions, displays of photography, design & architecture, a performance hall, and a beautiful, calming sculpture garden to wander around or relax in.
Holy to all three monotheistic faiths, Jerusalem is one of those cities you just have to visit once in your life. Head to the Western Wall to see the outer wall of the Jewish Temple and the countless Jews who pray there daily.
If you travel to Israel you will quickly find out about the delicious Israeli cuisine. Therefore a food tour in Tel Aviv is a must do when visiting Israel.