It’s that time of the year again, and what better way to celebrate our Jewish heritage than by travelling to Israel for the holidays?
Choosing to travel to Israel for your vacation is a great choice you can make for yourself and your loved ones. After all, Israel offers a wide range of inspiring and fascinating places and activities. Not to mention that you will learn more about the rich history of the Jewish community. Of course, with so much to explore, it might be difficult to decide which places to visit and which ones to skip.
So, here’s a list of ten places you MUST visit in Israel:
This one is a no-brainer. Since Jerusalem is home to important spiritual sites of three major religions, people consider it one of the world’s holiest cities. Split into Christian, Jewish and Muslim quarters, Jerusalem’s Old City remains filled with travellers throughout the year.
Its surface and shores are over 430 metres below sea level, making them Earth’s lowest elevation on land. The Dead Sea is not only fun to interact with, given your feet and shoulders rise and bob, and it takes a few seconds of getting used to, but it is also aesthetically pleasing, memorable and surrounded by breathtaking beauty. This lake has attracted people for its mineral-rich water and black mud that helps with relaxation.
Best known for its fascinating culture, old-world charm, and elegant architecture, Tel Aviv is one of the top places to visit when travelling to Israel. Relish delicious local food, explore its colourful markets, experience culture, and relax by the shimmering shores.
Golan Heights is a mountainous region with breathtaking landscapes, incredible nature reserves and intriguing historical attractions for the whole family. You will love trying some of the numerous activities here, such as kayaking, white water rafting, and hiking.
Whether you are visiting for a few days or several weeks, Eilat’s southern city is a beautiful beach town to explore. There are plenty of activities in the resort town and surrounding area, such as swimming in the Red Sea or visiting Petra. Eilat is a great place to visit during an Israel tour.
This vast desert is full of vineyards, archaeological sites like the historic Masada, and extraordinary geological wonders such as the world’s largest erosion crater, Ramon Crater.
A magnificent sight, a national park where incredible ancient harbor ruins, beautiful beaches, and impressive modern residences sit side by side. The park was restored to create one of Israel’s most attractive and fascinating archaeological sites.
It is a historic and unique place in Israel. Acre is a popular location in the north of Israel with impressive, cultural buildings, ruins and sights around every corner.
Stunning beaches, important archaeological sites, and majestic national parks coexist here in Tiberias, making it a must-see when visiting Israel.
The City Of David
The original place where King David established his powerful kingdom. Today, this archeologically site comes with tunnels and impressive construction areas that are great for exploring and enriching your Israel experience and vast history.
Whether you are travelling with family, friends or solo, these fantastic places to see in Israel should be a part of your itinerary. If you are interested in visiting Israel soon but don’t want to deal with the complexities of planning your trip, then why not sign up for one of our Holy Land tours? With Israel Travel Advisory Service, there’s no need to look any further. We have the experience and expertise you’re looking for. Book now and we will make your safety and satisfaction our number one priority!