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Things to do in Israel
Eilat - explore Timni Valley National Park
An area of natural beauty with magnificent wind-carved sandstone sculptures the Timna Valley is a must see when visiting Israel. It is also one of the earliest sites known where copper mining has taken place and it is still possible to see inside some of the mines that date back 7,000 years. As you walk around the valley look out for Egyptian and Roman carvings in the sandstone although many have now been worn away.
Eilat - take a tour of Hai Bar Yotvata Nature Park
The Hai Bar Yotvata Nature Park allows you the opportunity to travel back in history and experience animals that are named in the Bible, many of which are near extinction. The park has a breeding program that is working towards reintroducing some of the breeds back into the wild and includes both herbivores and predators. Guides are available to accompany your car if you desire. The park is open 08.30 – 17.00 Sunday – Thursday and 08.30 – 16.00 on Fridays and Saturdays. The tour takes about 2 hours.
Jerusalem - take a magical midnight bike tour
Jerusalem is an amazing city steeped in over 3,000 years of history and a great way to experience its mystery and see it from a different perspective is at night time. Take the night bicycle tour which is a 3 hour ride and covers much of the historic city including many of the religious sites. The local guides are very informative but a degree of fitness is required as there are a number of hills to be negotiated. The tours are not every night so you will need to enquire when the next tour is.
Jerusalem - visit the western Wailing wall
The Wailing Wall is the last remaining part of the First Jerusalem Temple built by Solomon in the 10th century and remains today one of the most religious sites in the world and certainly the most important to Judaism. It is believed that any prayer posted in the wall will be answered and people can be seen praying at the wall every night and day. No photography is permitted at the wall during the Sabbath (Saturday).
Netanya - visit the Well House and experience farmimg history
Farming in this region of the world has never been easy and the best way to survive was with everyone working together. The Well House in Netanya is all that remains of the Pardes Hagdud farm that was created in 1927 by Jewish War veterans. The farm was used by the “Haganah”, the Jewish paramilitary organization that defended farmsteads before the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.
Tel Aviv - experience the sights and sounds of the Carmel Market (Shuk Ha'Carmel)
The Carmel Market, or "Shuk Ha'Carmel" is the largest of several markets that can be found in Tel Aviv and contains almost anything you could wish to buy. The market stretches along a narrow alleyway with stalls on both sides. Locals come here on a daily basis to buy the cheapest and freshest ingredients, from spices and breads to fruit and fish. Part of the market is also a great place to find bargains on textiles and clothing.
Tel Aviv - stroll the shops and life at the Nachlat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall
Located close to the Carmel Market the Nachlat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall is a great place to come shopping for art and crafts. Many of the artisans have been here for years and their work is of very high standards and great value. There are also numerous restaurants and coffee shops for you to stop off at and enjoy a refreshing drink or local delicacy whilst catching your breath or simply watching the world go by.
Tel Aviv - take a trip to the historic Independence Hall
Possibly the most important modern building, the Independence Hall is the site where the State of Israel came into being when David Ben-Gurion, who was then the head of the People’s Council, declared the creation of the State of Israel, on Friday 14th May 1948. The museum has recreated the scene, and many of the chairs in the museum carry the names of the people in attendance at the declaration. The museum is normally open 09.00 to 14.00 hours, Sunday to Friday.
Tiberias - admire the stunning landscapes of Arbel National Park
Arbel National Park covers a wide range of landscapes from mountains to flats as well as a number of buildings with significant cultural heritage. There are the remains of an ancient village and synagogue over 2,000 years old that you can visit as well as parts of the castle where the Jews fought their uprising against the Romans. The park is also filled with Roman ruins many of which are marked with information.
Tiberias - take a boat trip on the Sea of Galilee
There have been boats on the Sea of Galilee for thousands of years, and this is your chance to follow the fishermen by taking out a boat on to the lake and also enjoy the cooling breeze, and beautiful landscapes, that can be seen from the lake. Being the lowest freshwater lake in the world, the Sea of Galilee still hosts a thriving fishing industry as well as a growing tourism industry, especially around Tiberius and Kinneret.
Introduction of Israel
The birthplace of Christianity and Judaism, with Jerusalem also an Islamic holy city, Israel has a complex 10,000-year history of human settlement. This history includes conquests by the Romans, the Persians, the Ottomans and the British Empire due to its strategic location on ancient trade routes between Asia, Africa and Egypt. Nowadays, it is one of the most significant visitor destinations in the world, both for pilgrims and tourists intent on this once-in-a-lifetime experience. In the midst of the split between Arab and Jewish cultures, the ancient and breathtaking Holy City of Jerusalem's Temple Mount, Wailing Wall, Orthodox Mea Shearim district, Garden Tomb and Church of the Holy Sepulchre form a mystical bridge between the 1st and 21st centuries. The Holy Land has many attractions, with Masada, the Sea of Galilee, the Judean Desert, spiritual wandering place of ancient prophets, historic Akko port, Nazareth and the resort city of Eilat just a few. A huge variety of Israel hotels cater for all faiths and ethnicities, from five-star luxury to hostels and inns. Western standards predominate in this ancient yet ultra-modern country, but for those wanting an authentic Israeli experience, a stay on a kibbutz is the way to go.