Category: Top Israel Tourists Attractions

Ramon Crater, Israel

Serenity in a Nutshell: Ramon Crater, Israel The Makhtesh Ramon in Mitzpe Ramon The Ramon Crater (Makhtesh Ramon) in Israel is situated near the small town of Mitzpe Ramon in the Negev Desert. The town of Mitzpe Ramon was originally created in the 50s, solely as a camp for workers who were building a new…

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Qasr al-Yahud

What is Qasr al-Yahud? Although Jesus was born in the Israeli town of Nazareth, his “spiritual birth” is said to have taken place during his baptism in the Jordan River. The site of his baptism has been located based on biblical descriptions and today serves as a popular tourist destination for Christians. Located along the…

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Caesarea, Israel

Unfold the Past with King Herods at Caesarea, Israel! What is Caesarea? Caesarea, Israel, is an ancient Roman city built by Herod the Great and located along Israel’s coast. Originally constructed in the second century CE, the town was once a bustling city and major economic source for the Romans, due to its location and former…

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Western Wall Tunnels, Jerusalem

Old City of Jerusalem and Underground Tunnels How were the Western Wall tunnels found? In 1967, the ministry of religious affairs began the project of cleaning the area of the Western Wall. During the process, workers removed tons of dirt and waste to expose the wall and make it accessible to people. During the process,…

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Jesus Boat, Sea of Galilee

Beautiful Sea of Galilee & Jesus Boat How was the Jesus Boat discovered? In 1986, two unlikely fisherman stumbled upon what would later become known as the Jesus Boat. While fishing in the Sea of Galilee, the men stumbled upon the boat during an extreme drought when water levels of the lake were very low….

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Old Jaffa, Israel

ANCIENT BIBLICAL CITY OF JAFFA What is Old Jaffa? Jaffa, located directly south of Tel Aviv, Israel, is an ancient port city dating back to around 2000 BCE, making it one of the oldest recorded ports in the world. Jaffa is mentioned in the bible several times and is likely most famous for its association…

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The Bahai Gardens, Haifa

The Bahai Gardens at Haifa are the most famous site in the city.

What makes the Bahai Gardens in Haifa so unique? Where are the Bahai Gardens? Take a trip up the Israeli coast and you will find the beautiful Bahai Gardens. Located in Haifa, Israel’s third largest city, the gardens are considered to be sacred grounds by followers of the Bahai faith. The gardens are known for…

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Biblical City of Nazareth, Israel

Nazareth & The Church of Annunciation Where is the biblical city of Nazareth? Located in the lower Galilee region in Israel, not far from the Sea of Galilee, you’ll find the biblical city of Nazareth. Famously know as being the hometown of Jesus, the city is full of biblical history and is today a hub…

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Tower of David, Jerusalem

Tower of David Magnificent View

Photo Credits: Noam Chen Why should you visit the Tower of David in Jerusalem? Tower of David (Jerusalem’s Citadel), located at the entrance to the Old City of Jerusalem has one of the most fantastic views you could ever wish to see. From the top, you can see the Old and New Cities of Jerusalem,…

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Yad VaShem Holocaust Museum

Yad Vashem, Jerusalem Israel’s Official Holocaust Museum, otherwise known as Yad VaShem, is dedicated to keeping the memory alive of the 6,000,000 Jews who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as being a research center . It also honors the Gentiles who helped Jews hide and escape even while knowing the cost to them and their…

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