Tuchman Israel Guide
A Journey to the Land of the Bible


I invite you to Tuchman Israel Guide, a virtual visit to our country. Here I show you all aspects of this small country that despite all odds has developed to be a center of technology, agriculture and science. But above all, Israel is the spiritual center for Jews all over the world. Christian and Muslims also consider this land sacred according to their beliefs.



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Israel Tourism

About a growing industry that has reached new heights as the years go by and the national carrier ELAL Israel Airlines. Getting here and getting around. The country has the necessary infrastructure to welcome millions of visitors from all over the world.

Jerusalem the Capital of Israel

We learn about Jerusalem of today and yesterday. This is the eternal Capital of Israel, united in one huge metropolitan area, open to people of all creeds, races and religions. This is the city that Jews have been yearning for during millennia.

Old Jerusalem 

Learn about Old Jerusalem where you’ll find Jews’ most sacred site the Western Wall, in Hebrew Hakotel Hamaaravi. We visit its four quarters and many synagogues, mosques and churches on the narrow streets that go back to the times of King David.



Tel Aviv

The modern city of Tel Aviv called the White City for its Bauhaus Architecture is the heart of the country’s modern life. Located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea it features awesome beaches, an amazing nightlife and many restaurants and bars. It is also known for its Gay Friendly Beaches.

Haifa

On the impressive Mount Carmel is Haifa, home of the world renowned Bahai Gardens. It is known that Haifa is a multicultural city where Jews, Christians and Moslems live in harmony. Haifa is home of the world famous Technion Institute of Technology.

Eilat

Eilat once a small town at the southern tip of Israel, with a bare beach and a few houses that I found in 1959, to a thriving Riviera with Super Deluxe Hotels attracting visitors from all over the world to its beaches.

 

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Sea of Galilee

We learn about the Sea of Galilee where Jesus taught his disciples and lived most of his life, the ruins of Capernaum, the Mount of Beatitudes and Nazareth with its spectacular Basilica of the Annunciation.

Negev Desert

Full with surprises and spectacular flora and fauna and above all the Ramon Crater, one of the biggest in the world. The Arava Valley leading to Eilat is an example of how Israelis have made the desert bloom

National Parks

Since the Independence in 1948 Israel has striven to preserve this land which was given to the Jewish People thousands of years ago.

What better way to preserve the Promised Land than to take care of its rivers, reserves, lakes and wildlife. The average Israeli likes to spend time visiting the parks with his children and instill in them the love for this country.

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Christian Holy Places

Let us visit all Jerusalem Churches, one by one like the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Church of All nations and the Garden of Gethsemane in Jerusalemand in the Galilee Capernaum, Tabgha and the Sea of Galilee

Jewish Holy Places

We talk about the successful program of Taglit or Birthright or Bar and Bat Mitzvah Tours where whole families enjoy celebrating this milestone in Israel mainly on the Western Wall.

This is the most sacred of all Jewish Places in Israel.

Jewish Holy Places

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Amazing Beaches along the Mediterranean Sea in Tel Aviv

Amazing Beaches along the Mediterranean Sea in Tel Aviv


Tourist Attractions

We’ll visit places you cannot miss like Masada, the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Galilee of Galil in Hebrew, and all the way to Rosh Hanikra, Metula and the Golan Heights all the way to the north.

So, now prepare yourself as we land at the state of the art Ben Gurion International Airport and proceed to our Triumphal Entrance to Jerusalem. As we continue visiting this country from the North to the South and from the Mediterranean Sea to the Jordan River, I am sure you’ll enjoy your Israel Travel Experience

Israel Today

A country that is only 69 years young is today a developed country with more than 8 million inhabitants. In this site you learn about its people, its economy and the variety of its population. In Israel Jews, Arabs and Christian live together and work together.

Israel History

To understand the complexity of Israel one has to learn Jewish and Israel History. We talk about ancient history and more recent stories and the leaders that made this dream possible.

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