Tourist Attractions in Israel
Jerusalem has long been a religious center for a number of faiths. Travelers will find a vast number of important sites that dot the city, architectural treasures and museums.
The area that is today Tel Aviv has been occupied by humans for millenniums. Despite the history Tel Aviv is a vibrant city where residents live in the moment, enjoying life.
Haifa sits at the base of Mount Carmel and is an important, seaport, technological and industrial hub. An educational center, Haifa is also home to the University of Haifa.
On the shores of the Red Sea, Elat is a resort destination with an incredibly sunny climate that attracts vacationers year round. Luxury hotels line the waterfront.
The sprawling city of Nazareth is a mix of modern day traffic and chaos along side decaying buildings, cobbled streets, important historic Christian sites, and old traditions.