Church of Milk Grotto

The place where the Virgin Mary nursed baby Jesus and according to tradition, a drop of her milk...
Jericho

The city of Jericho is remembered for the story in the Book of Joshua in the Bible regarding its...
Timna

The Timna Valley, a popular Israel tourism site, is located 25 km north of Eilat, an area used for...
Tiberias

Tiberias is one of Israel’s four holy cities, and the capital of the Galilee. Established in early...
The Sea of Galilee

The Sea of Galilee, also known as the Kinneret, a name that dates back to the Old Testament, is a...
The Beit Alfa Synagogue

The synagogue is often included on an Israel discovery tour. Founded in the fifth century AD, the...
The Banias Spring

The Banias Spring is the tallest waterfall in the Golan Heights, and is located at the base of...
Tel Hai

Tel Hai is a site that honors the Hula Valley’s pioneers in their attempts to defend their homes....
Tel Aviv Art Museum

Tel Aviv Art Museum was founded in 1932 by Meir Dizengoff, the first Mayor of Tel Aviv and it has...
Stalactite Cave

The Stalactite Cave was discovered accidentally in 1968 by workers who were detonating a nearby...
Safed

Safed is a small town situated 900 meters above sea level. Visitors on an Israel trip can enjoy...
Rosh Hanikra Grottoes

Rosh Hanikra is the site of a unique geological formation, situated at the most northernmost point...
Ramon Crater

The Ramon Crater is the world’s largest erosion crater, also termed a ‘machtesh’, a natural wonder...
Rabin Square

Rabin Square is now one of the most visited of Israeli sites. The square was formerly called the...
Petra

An ancient city in Jordan, Petra was once the capital of the Nabatean people, a race who dominated...
Old Jaffa

Jaffa existed as a sea port over 4000 years ago, and was the place where those traveling to Israel...
Nazareth

Nazareth is one of the best known towns in the world, and today a significant focus of Israeli...
Nachalat Binyamin

Nachalat Binyamin market is well known for its original, handmade products. Situated in the heart...
Mount of Beatitudes

This is the hill upon which Jesus is believed to have preached the ‘Sermon on the Mount’. One of...
Massada (Massada Mountain Fortress)

The impressive fortress of Massada was the last Jewish stronghold to fall to the Romans in 73 AD,...
Independence Hall

Independence Hall, originally the Dizengoff House, is where Israel’s Declaration of Independence...
Golan Heights

The hilly area overlooking the Sea of Galilee, Jordan River and Mount Hermon is a disputed...
Eilat

The city of Eilat came into existence when the modern state of Israel was established, although...
Diaspora Museum

A popular stop on Jewish Israel tours, the Jewish Diaspora Museum specializes in the history of...
Dead Sea

A landmark natural attraction for those on a trip to Israel, the Dead Sea or ‘Sea of Salt’ is...
Capernaum

A major highlight of an Israel Christian tour, Capernaum is where Jesus is believed to have taught...
Caesarea

Check out the following artical from the New-York Times to undersatand why the Ancient Caesarea is...
Bethlehem

Bethlehem is believed to be the birth place of Jesus, making it an important center of Christian...
Beit She’an

Beit She’an has long played an important historical role. Its location at the junction of the...
Beer Sheba

Beer Sheba is the gateway to the Negev, and a much visited city on a trip to Israel. A mixture of...
The Haifa Baha'i Gardens

The Baha'i Gardens are a highlight on any Israel tour, attracting over half a million visitors a...
Ayalon Institute Bullet Museum

The Ayalon Institute is the site of a hidden factory that during the years 1846 to 1948...
Ashkelon

Ashkelon features 12 kilometers of white sandy beaches, making it a popular Israel package tour as...
Ashdod

Ashdod features a port dating back almost 4000 years, which receives several mentions in the...
Ancient Caesarea Roman Ruins

Check out the following artical from the New-York Times to undersatand why the Ancient Caesarea is...
Acco (Acre)

Acre is a historic walled city dating back to the Phoenician period and today is an important...
Neve Tsedek

Neve Tsedek is one of Tel Aviv’s most fashionable neighborhoods, and popular as a choice of stay...

Sites in Jerusalem

You haven't seen the world if you haven't been in Jerusalem During its long history Jerusalem has been destroyed, besieged, attacked, captured and re-captured. The ancient walled city of Jerusalem is the...