This site is dedicated to all those who love and want to visit the Israel the Holy Land, sacred to Jews and Christians. I live in Israel and in more than fifty years in the Travel Industry, sent thousands upon thousands of Pilgrims to Israel the Holy Land.
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Beit Alfa is a 6th century synagogue located on the northern slopes of Mount Gilboa near the city of Beit Shean. It is today the Beit Alfa National Park.
The Makhtesh Ramon in English Ramon Crater is the world’s largest erosion crater. It is located in the middle of the Negev Desert, at the peak of Mount Negev, some 85 km south of the city of Beersheba It is the world’s largest erosion
There are Christian Holy Places all over the Holy Land, where Jesus was born, where he preached, and where eventually died on the cross.
Bethlehem, an important city for Christianity, is a city located in the area under control by the Palestinian Authority, about 10km south of Jerusalem, with a population of about 25,000 mostly dedicated to the Tourism Industry.
Ein Hod Artists Village was founded in 1953 by Marcel Janco and a group of artists. It is the only artists village in Israel and one of the few in the world.
Timna Park is located in the southern Negev Desert about 25 km north of Eilat. It is set on a beautiful desert setting with a vast history and geology. There many incredible activities like the lake, a lake in the desert…
Tourism in Israel a Journey to the Land of the Bible
Petra Jordan is one of the Wonders of the Ancient World. It is a historical and archaeological city located across the border from Israel.
When writing about Jordan Tourism, for me it’s easier to see it from the Israel point of view, since I live in Israel. It is known that a big chunk of the visits to Jordan come from tourists visiting Israel the Holy Land and then crossing for a visit to our neighbor.
Tel Aviv Promenade, simply known as the Tayelet, runs along the Mediterranean seashore in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel. It was started in the 1930s extending from Bograshov Street to what used be called Geula Beach, now Jerusalem Beach
Israel Today is a thriving country. This was not always the case throughout Israel history, which started almost four thousand years ago.
I am always asked about Israel weather. People want to know when is it better to visit our country. I always answer that weather is mild.
The Ulpan is a school or institute dedicated to the intensive study of the Hebrew language. The plural form is Ulpanim and means literally studio. It was designed from the beginning of the State of Israel,
Israel markets are for everyone. If you are looking to buy fruits and vegetables, buy electronics or clothes or simply grabbing a quick bite for lunch, this is where to go, if you are a local or a tourist.
Israel Entertainment is developing at a fast speed in the last decades. At the beginning, all there was Israeli songs and folk dances. Today Israel has become a World country when it comes to entertainment.
Christianity in Israel has many denominations. They have been here for centuries since the era of Jesus. Those residing in and around Jerusalem remained Judeo Christians until the era of Emperor Hadrian
The Carmel Market, the one and only Shuk Hacarmel, is the largest and most known Shuk or market in Tel Aviv. This an amazing marketplace where sellers trade everything, from clothing to spices, fruits and vegetables to electronics
Haifa Attractions are many, but the #1 is the Bahai Gardens with its golden dome, that can be seen on any picture of Haifa and by all visitors as they arrive to this beautiful city.
Museums in Israel largest concentration of museums in the world
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