Top 7 Tourist Attractions in Israel

Photos:	 By israeltourism from Israel - Eilat by the Red Sea, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=34829391

With its varying topography, its beautiful views, and its ancient ruins, Israel is the perfect vacation destination. Here are some must-see attractions in Israel:

Eilat

If you're coming all the way to Israel, don't miss out on the southern resort town -- Eilat. Here you will enjoy a multitude of water adventures, an ice skating rink, and hiking in beautiful mountains. You can stay in all-inclusive luxury hotels. Make Eilat a priority next time you're in Israel.

Haifa

The third-largest city in Israel, Haifa is home to the beautiful B'hai Gardens, with its golden domed Shrine of the Bab. Haifa is known as the cultural hub of the northern part of Israel and boasts many museums, theaters, and a zoo. Visit Eilat's port and round out your trip.

The Dead Sea

Come to the Dead Sea and heal your body with its mineral-filled waters. Take a mud bath known for its healing powers. The Dead Sea is also famous for being the lowest point on Earth. Come to the Dead Sea and luxuriate in one of the stunning beach-front hotels.

Mount Hermon

The highest mountain elevation within Israel's borders, Mount Hermon is home to the sole ski resort in Israel. There are several ski trails and many winter activities for the family, like sledding. Even in the summer, Mount Hermon is a great place to visit and offers hiking trails, tubing, and birding activities.

The Sea of Galilee

Aside from its biblical history, the Sea of Galilee boasts many tourist sites. The Tiberias Hot Springs are a great place for warming up your muscles. Or take a tour of the oldest Kibbutz in Israel, Kibbutz Degania. Hike all around and enjoy a view of the beautiful, clear lake. Known as the culture hub of Israel, Tel Aviv is where you go to find the best restaurants, the most interesting museums, and of course, the shopping. Tel Aviv contains one of the most visited beaches in the Middle East, with its promenade that showcases the Mediterranean Sea.

Jerusalem

While you are in Israel, the holy city of Jerusalem is a mandatory stop. Jerusalem is both an ancient and modern city; its hi-tech business center lies close to the ultra-Orthodox neighborhood of Mea Shearim. Come to Jerusalem and feel the divine atmosphere of the Dome of the Rock and the Western Wall.

Visiting all these tourist attractions can be time consuming with public transportation, try car rental Israel service, it's the way to see everything while you're here. Visit Israel and experience the past, present, and future!


Photos: By israeltourism from Israel - Eilat by the Red Sea, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=34829391

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