• Jerusalem
    JerusalemJerusalem is a city of overwhelming emotions, a city that promises a religious and spiritual experience, excitement and

  • Tel Aviv-Yafo
    Tel Aviv-YafoTel Aviv, the country’s economic and cultural center, is a lively, active city with entertainment, culture and art, fes

  • Eilat
    Eilat​Eilat is the ultimate resort city, located on the shore of the Red Sea. ​​​​​​​​​

  • Nazareth
    NazarethNazareth is a city of religion and faith, of spirituality and holiness, but also a city with a rich history, fascinatin

  • Haifa
    Haifa​Israel’s third largest city and one of its prettiest, Haifa is a multi-faceted city with several unique characteristic

  • Tiberias
    TiberiasTiberias is a lively tourist city on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, offering a variety of attractions and activities

  • Isfiya
    Isfiya​Isfiya is a village that has a rich tradition of openness, hospitality, and warmth – all characteristics of the Druze

  • Ein Gedi
    Ein Gedi​Ein Gedi is an oasis in the desert and a green Garden of Eden in the wilderness. ​​​

  • Sde Boker
    Sde Boker​Kibbutz Sde Boker is the realization of the dream envisioned by David Ben Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister and de

  • Lohamey-Ha'getaot
    Lohamey-Ha’getaot​The kibbutz Lohamey Ha’getaot was founded in 1949 by Holocaust survivors from Poland and Lithuania. Here the fighters

  • Be’er Sheba
    Be’er ShebaBe’er Sheva, the modern-day capital of the Negev, has a history going back all the way to Abraham, father of the Jewish

  • Gush Halav
    Gush HalavGush Halav is the site of a city that prospered 5000 years ago.

  • Ein-hod
    Ein-hod​Ein Hod is a charming, picturesque artists’ village set in the heart of the Carmel Forest. ​

  • Daliyat El-Carmel
    Daliyat El-Carmel​Daliyat el-Carmel is a colorful Druze village high on the slopes of Mt. Carmel, that offers wonderful hospitality with

  • Kfar Nakhum
    Kfar Nakhum​Kfar Nakhum is one of Christianity’s holiest and most important sites and is visited by Christian pilgrims from all ov

  • Mitspe Ramon
    Mitspe RamonA pleasant and quiet town sitting right on the edge of the Ramon Crater

  • Peki’in
    Peki’in​Peki’in is a story of harmony: a village where Christian Arabs, Druze and one ancient Jewish family have lived peacefu

  • Acre (Akko)
    Acre (Akko)Acre is a meeting place for East and West, new and old, beauty and ruins, all adding to its uniqueness.

  • Metula
    Metula​Metula is Israel’s northernmost town, a quiet and pleasant place, built of a ridge of hills with a view of Mt. Hermon

  • Caesarea (Keysarya)
    Caesarea (Keysarya)The past and the future come together in Caesarea: the new city is graced with magnificent homes and the ancient city o

  • Kfar Tavor
    Kfar Tavor​Kfar Tavor, situated on the eastern lower Galilee, invites tourists to enjoy a wealth of fascinating experiences.

  • Katzerin
    KatzerinKatzerin, the capital of the Golan Heights, was founded in 1977 and since then has become an urban, commercial and tour

  • Bnei Brak
    Bnei Brak​Bnei Brak is the only large city in Israel whose inhabitants are mainly ultra-Orthodox Jews.

  • Rosh-Pina
    Rosh-PinaRosh-Pina is a town whose main source of income is upscale tourism: a place of trendy cafés restaurants and guesthouses

  • Ashkelon
    Ashkelon​Ashkelon is the southernmost city on the Mediterranean shoreline, offering new attractions alongside interesting archa

  • Tel-Hai
    Tel-Hai​Tel Hai is a historic site that commemorates the heroism of the Hula Valley pioneers who stubbornly defended their hom

  • Neveh Shalom
    Neveh Shalom​Neveh Shalom, or Wahat al Salaam, is the first Jewish–Arab settlement in Israel.

  • Nahariya
    Nahariya​Nahariya, Israel’s northernmost coastal city, is a place where one can enjoy an active vacation amidst an atmosphere o

  • Kiryat Shmona
    Kiryat Shmona​Kiryat Shmona, Israel’s northernmost city, nestles in the Hula Valley, in the heart of one of the most beautiful natur

  • Safed (Tsefat)
    Safed (Tsefat)​Safed is a picturesque city of spiritual people and artists, wrapped in mysticism and mystery, and steeped in sacred a

  • Hertzeliya
    Hertzeliya​Herzliya has three main features: popular beaches, an industrial zone which houses many hi-tech companies, and fine ma

  • Kafr Kana
    Kafr KanaThe Arab village of Kafr Kana in the Lower Galilee is identified in Christian tradition as Cana of the Galilee

  • Beit Lekhem ha-Glilit
    Beit Lekhem ha-Glilit​Particularly beautiful ancient stone houses and the enchanting landscape of an oak forest greet visitors to the pictur

  • Netanya
    Netanya​Netanya is a lively seacoast town situated on the Sharon coastal plain, and a center for tourism that attracts thousan

  • Kafr Kama
    Kafr KamaKafr Kama in the lower Galilee is home to a minority ethnic group called Circassians

  • Beit She'an
    Beit She’an​A walk through Beit She’an, one of the most ancient cities in the country, is like a walk through time: archaeological

  • Abu Gosh
    Abu Gosh​Abu Gosh, which was first settled over 6,000 years ago, is a Christian-Arab village built on a mountainside​

  • Zikhron Ya’akov
    Zikhron Ya’akov​Zikhron Ya’akov is a wonderful town for tourists, both local and foreign. It is built at the tip of the Carmel Mt. Ran

  • Ashdod
    Ashdod​Ashdod is a vibrant port city with many beautiful beaches. ​​

  • Arad
    Arad​Arad and its surroundings have been blessed with beautiful landscapes, desert tranquility, and many walking trails nes

  • Rekhaniya
    Rekhaniya​The charming Upper Galilee village of Rekhaniya is home to some 1,200 Israelis of Circassian descent. ​

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