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Top 7 Things to do in Israel

Israel
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Israel

Israel is another exotic destination that’s fairly easy to reach from many European states. With the Red, Mediterranean and Dead seas, high standard of living and lots of tourist attractions, this country has a lot of uniqueness that you won’t see anywhere else.

1. Enjoy the Dead Sea

Dead Sea coast. Hotels and Spa centers. Israel
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Dead Sea coast. Hotels and Spa centers. Israel

The Dead Sea is a real symbol of Israel. Its waters can not only allow people to effortlessly float on the surface, but also treat various illnesses. It’s also considered very healthy to cover oneself in this sea’s mud.

2. Discover Jerusalem

Woman in palestinian area of Jerusalem old town in Israel
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Woman in palestinian area of Jerusalem old town in Israel

Jerusalem is a holy city and the birthplace of one of the world’s biggest religions. This place is of interest to Christians and for enthusiasts of Middle Eastern history, politics, culture and architecture. Those who are interested in Jewish history and the holocaust would certainly benefit from visiting the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum that commemorates this atrocity’s millions of victims. The Wailing Wall, complex labyrinths, the site where Jesus was crucified, the traditional market – everything is here nearby.

3. The Red Sea Wonders

Underwater photographer Coral Reef Gulf of Eilat Red Sea
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Underwater photographer Coral Reef Gulf of Eilat Red Sea

Eilat is a city where you can find all that the Red Sea has to offer. Here you can not only observe the colourful underwater world, but also go fishing, relax on the beach or travel to the neighbouring Egyptian and Jordanian resorts.

4. Tel Aviv’s Market, Beaches and Night Life

A group of turists near the Mediterranean beach and Tel Aviv, Israel boradwalk with the city sky line and towers in the background
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  A group of turists near the Mediterranean beach and Tel Aviv, Israel boradwalk with the city sky line and towers in the background

The market of Tel Aviv is permeated with Israel’s true spirit and culture. Here you can find not just fruit and vegetables, but also souvenirs to bring back home. The centre of the country’s economy also charms visitors with its soft sea breeze. Tel Aviv’s beaches have become a real attraction – especially in the evenings, when the sun begins to set over the Mediterranean Sea. As the evening comes, the city becomes the epicentre of truly wild night life – you’ll be surprised how good the locals are at having fun.

5. Take a Walk Along a Crater

Cliff over the Ramon Crater
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Cliff over the Ramon Crater

The Crater of Ramon, located in the Negev Desert in Southern Israel is unique in that it’s not an impact crater from a meteor, but the largest erosive hole on the surface of the Earth. The crater is about 40 km long and reaches 500 m at the deepest point. The tiny town of Mitzpe Ramon opens up on a number of excellent panoramic views.

6. The Mountain Fortress of Masada

Masada Site
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Masada Site

The ruins of an ancient fort, located near the shores of the Dead Sea is another object worthy of your attention. Masada is known for the 1,000 Jewish Iscariot refugees who committed mass suicide after a long siege by the Roman army.

7. The Bahá’í Gardens in Haifa

Bahai garden, Haifa
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Bahai garden, Haifa

The Bahá’í Gardens are considered to be the business card of the country’s third-largest city - Haifa. People say that the gardens, which consist of 19 terraces, are among the most visited places in the Middle East - every year, these gardens are visited by half a million people. A few years ago, the Bahá’í Gardens and their temples became one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.

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