Israel is one of the most spiritually significant and contentious places on the Earth that basks of having an incredible variety of landscapes and cultures. Here you can choose fascinating places to visit and have the utmost fun by partying hard in Tel Aviv or considering a pilgrimage trip to Jerusalem. The small yet beautiful Israel has a great wealth of unique attractions such as sacred sites of the Land of the Bible, absorbing museums, distinctive architecture, dynamic culture, sun-soaked beaches and breathtaking surroundings.
Here is the list of the fascinating places that you can explore on a well planned Israel holiday trip, which will enhance your travel experience:
The Jerusalem is considered as one of the oldest cities in the world, where you can find three major monotheistic religions like Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Full of significant historical, educational and religious sites, Jerusalem attracts religious pilgrims from all around the world. Some of the must-see places in Jerusalem includes:
The 2000 years old Western Wailing or Wall- the most visited sacred site in the world, which is recognized by Jew faith.
The Temple Mount- This is one of the most important religious sites in Jerusalem’s old city, which is recognized by Judaism faith.
The Church of the holy Sepulchre- This place in Jerusalem is one of the most holy Christian sites in the world.
2. Shrine of the Book:
The Shrine of the Book is known as the home to the famous Dead Sea Scrolls, which is located in the National Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The Dead Sea Scrolls are a collection of 972 texts discovered between 1946 and 1956 that are found on the shore of the Dead Sea. The scrolls consist of biblical manuscripts from the Hebrew Bible, which have great historical and religious significance.
3. Yad Vashem:
The Yad Vashem is the largest Holocaust museum and memorial in the world that honors Jewish and non-Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Established in 1953, the Yad Vashem complex is located on the Jerusalem’s Mount of Remembrance, which contains the Holocaust History Museum, memorial sites (the Children’s Memorial and the Hall of Remembrance), the Museum of Holocaust Art and other exhibition halls.
4. Tel Aviv:
Israel’s second largest city, Tel Aviv is known as one of the cultural and commercial center that is located on the Mediterranean coast. Tel Aviv is a UNESCO World Heritage site, which has the highest concentration of Bauhaus buildings in the world and offers many things to do and see, such as:
Rabin Square- the largest public square in Israel
Mediterranean Beaches- Pristine beaches to relax and soak up the sun
Old Jaffa- Must-see destination for any visitor
5. Dead Sea:
The lowest point on the earth, the Dead Sea, which is considered to be a center for therapeutic treatments and a big producer of beauty creams and products. The mineral rich water (ten time saltier than the Ocean’s) and the dark mud (rich in medicinal and therapeutic benefits) of the Dead Sea draws visitors and curious travelers from all over the world.
To have the utmost fun and enjoyment, you can book a guided and well planned Israel travel package from Holy Land Private Tours. We will make sure in providing you the best Israel travel guide that will make your holiday trip a memorable and fun filled one.
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