A world of contrasts: Flavors, colors and people, ancient and modern, religious, traditional and secular, rich in history, breathtaking landscapes and varied nightlife. Within a few hours you can go from the snowy heights of Mount Hermon to the Judean Desert and the saltiest sea on earth, the Dead Sea, while visiting ancient biblical cities, covered markets and a high-rise metropolis on the way. And of course, you can always cool off at one of the fascinating beaches along the Mediterranean coastline.
Tel Aviv - A vibrant beach city that never sleeps
The 3000-year-old holy city of Jerusalem
Tel Aviv offers museums, opera, theater and dance, fine restaurants with cuisines from around the world, wonderful shopping, and its own beautifully restored Jaffa, the old city overlooking new Tel Aviv.
Tel Aviv’s Mediterranean location offers some of the most beautiful beaches right next to the heart of the city center.
The capital of Israel located in the Judean Mountains. Jerusalem has a 7,000-year-old history and is the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity. You are surrounded by history and culture at every step you take. Jerusalem must be seen to be believed.
The Dead Sea – lowest points on earth
The north – astonishing nature and archeology
The high salt content lets you float effortlessly on water. A truly unique experience.
The Dead Sea also offers various spas for health and beauty treatments, as its mineral-rich biosphere has proven to be beneficial for various dermatological and arthritis diseases.
The Dead Sea lies 400 meters below sea level in the middle of the Judean Desert in an astonishing setting. A treat for body and mind.
The South – colors of the desert
From the snow-peaked Hermon Mountain to the Golan Heights with its valleys, vineyards and waterfalls. Visit the Sea of Galilee, ancient cities, Roman antiquities and fascinating beaches.
Only two hours’ drive south of the center, two deserts, the Negev and the Judean Desert offer a unique landscape of beautiful colors, relaxation and tranquility. A famous hike will lead you to the top of a 2,000-year old mountain fortress, Masada, from where you can see the most incredible sunrises.
Archaeological and Historical Sites
Unique Shopping – ancient Bazaars to modern Luxury Shopping
Fascinating Hotels and Spas
A Paradise for Diamond Buyers
Israel is one of the diamond world’s leading centers. A visit to the Israel Diamond Exchange is like a trip to a huge supermarket. Every type of diamond in every size, shape and quality can be purchased in Israel, often for up to 20% cheaper.
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