Whether you want to get hands-on experience of one of the world’s oldest cities, or just want to find new adventures, Israel is the perfect destination for a vacation. Israel is a country which has spectacular landscapes, rich culture, unforgettable history, and friendly citizens.
Beautiful cities such as Tel Aviv allow visitors to lay back and relax on sun-soaked beaches, dance and drink in many lively bars, and roam the busy streets of Jaffa. Attractions such as the White City stand in tribute to the skill of Jewish architects who fled Nazi Germany. Museums famous for their world-class exhibitions and beauty can be found all over Tel Aviv, including the famous Diaspora Museum. With such places to see, a day tour your best option.
Jerusalem is one of the holiest city in the world; revered by Jews, Christians, and Muslims alike as the epicenter of all holy activity. The City of Jerusalem is home to many beautiful architectural marvels of religious significance, such as the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, and the Al-Aqsa Mosque. To make sure you visit all of these sights, Israel day tours are available for booking well in advance. In fact, the best way to get the most out of your trip is to join a guided tour, as your tour guide will know many things about each stop along the way.
The Dead Sea
The Dead Sea is famous for being the lowest point on Earth. What many tourists do not know until they arrive is that it is almost impossible to swim in it. The extremely salty waters are so much denser that your body that you end up simply floating. This is itself is a huge reason so many tourists flock to this part of the earth. In addition to fun in the water, the mud found there is rich in minerals and extremely good for your skin. Cosmetic companies around the world swear by the anti-aging benefits and bottle the mud for sale across the globe. As the mud found at the Dead Sea is free, many tourists cover themselves in it to take advantage of its properties. Summer will soon be over, so book your vacation as early as possible to take advantage of Israel’s best weather.