Characterized by narrow, winding street and alleyways, the ancient part of the city is filled with shrines and attraction holy to Jews, Christians and Muslims including the Western Wall, Temple Mount and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
Filled with a maze of narrow winding streets, the picturesque neighborhood is considered one of Tel Aviv’s major cultural areas where the Frederic Mann Auditorium, Helena Rubinstein Art Museum and Israel’s Habima Theater are located.
The World Holocaust Remembrance Center is a 45-acre campus comprised of indoor museums, outdoor monuments, gardens, and sculptures. Entrance to Yad Vashem is free. Entrance to the Holocaust History Museum is for ages 10 years and up.
This is a paved beachside walkway which provides a 2km path between Tel Aviv and Jaffa
Located on the shores of the Red Sea, this reef area gives visitors a chance to observe and swim with a group of bottlenose dolphins in their natural habitat.
Surrounded by yellow sandstone mountains on three sides, this scenic valley features ancient copper mines, the red volcanic Mt. Timna at its center and “The Mushroom,” a sandstone rock shaped by wind and water resembling a giant mushroom
This marine park features a variety of exhibits including the Aquarium Museum, Shark Tank, Turtle and Stingray Pool, Underwater Observatories, Reef Tanks and the Oceanarium.
• “Spiritually enlightening” The Jordan River feeds in and out of the lake. • “Beautiful and emotional” -> Jesus steps in those waters and the beauty of the shore and mountains makes it so special.
A fantastic trek that can take you thru Martian and Lunar landscapes with a continuous carved canyons through the desert half an hour from Eilat, the Red Canyon is an adventurous trek, with ladders to climb and cliffs to edge. Experience it as a half day tour, with a Jeep safari as well driving you through the mountains thru springs and the Mt. Yoash Observation Point.