ISRAEL CITIES TRAVEL AND TOURISM GUIDE
Israel City Travel and Tourism Guides is a comprehensive travel information center about Israeli cities, holy places,and attractions in each city in Israel - Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Eilat, Dead Sea, Nazareth, Galilee & Golan Heights, Ashkelon, Safed and more..
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Israel Cities Interactive Travel Hotels and Tourism Guide
There are seventy names for Jerusalem". Seventy names, each reflecting a different aspect of this city and its residents, today and throughout history.
Jerusalem is the capital of the state of Israel. The city established 3000 years ago by King David as the capital of the Jewish nation. Consecrated by ancient history events and holy places, it is worshiped by Jews, Christians and Muslims from all round the world...More Details
Tel Aviv Jaffa
Tel-Aviv is the largest city in Israel, located at the center of the country by the Mediterranean coast. Tel-Aviv is a modern city that functions as the center of the commercial and financial life of Israel. Jaffa, an old suburb of the city, is a major tourist attraction. Night life in the city of Tel-Aviv includes variety of entertainments such as: theaters, concerts and night clubs and pubs...More Details
Eilat the southern city of Israel and the gate to the Read Sea, has all tourists are seeking in vacation. A blue sea that is a magnificent view below the surface above. Water Sports and outdoor sports and desert safaris. Exciting night life, bird watching, delicious food and fascinating vista...More Details
Haifa, the seaport of Israel and the capital of the north, located in the northern part of Israel, eastern boarded by the Mediterranean Sea. Haifa is divided into three major topographical levels. The lower city is the commercial center of the town with modern harbor facilities. The middle level is an older residential zone and the upper level consists of modern neighborhoods, overlooking the sandy beaches of Haifa's cosmopolitan bay. Haifa is the world center for the Bahai faith...More Details
The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth, at about 1,300 feet (400 m.) below sea level. The area richness with potash, magnesium and bromine made it the perfect location for visitors seeking for a relaxing and nutritious vacation... More Details
Galilee and Golan Heights
Galilee is the northern region of Israel. It is generally mountainous and is divided geographically into Upper Galilee in the north and Lower Galilee in the south...More Details
Nazareth lays in the lower Galilee and not far from the lake of the Sea of Galilee, is a small city of mainly modern appearance. Nazareth is a mix of races and religions. A real visit to Nazareth is much more than just a tour of the Old City. One of the basic rules for understanding Nazareth is to get to know its surrounding landscape: a horsehoe-shaped bally whose concave side faces the Jezreel Vallry...More Details
The city of Ashkelon is located on the seacoast at the eastern of the Mediterranean sea. The city attracts tourists from all around the world, for its cool and dry climate,modern marina, archeological and historical highlights...More Details
Netanya is a lively seacoast town situated on the Sharon coastal plain, and a center for tourism that attracts thousands of visitors each year. The lovely beaches that extend along its entire length, its numerous vacation facilities, and hotels have made it a popular tourist resort. Exploring Netanya, one can hear a variety of languages spoken in the streets by tourists from all over the world...More Details from goisrael.com
Megiddo is an archaeologically unparalleled site where one can literally see and touch and be inspired by monuments from biblical times. Megiddo is the only site in the Land of the Bible with remains of thirty cities built one on top of the other...More Details
Thanks to its geographical position, port, ramified road system, railway and the infrastructure of electricity, water, energy and metals, vast industrial territories, qualified and trained human resources, help and guidance to the existing factories and municipal services on a proper level – Ashdod turned into one of Israel’s major and central cities. The Ashdod port is the largest in Israel and one of the largest in the Mediterranean. In summer months, the city is crowded with thousands of tourists and various languages can be heard at night in its colorful streets, coffee houses, along the promenade and in romantic nooks...More Details
Safed is one of the four holy cities in Israel. It has been a spiritual center since the 1600s when it was the center of Kabbala (Jewish mysticism). The old part of town consists of narrow twisted streets revealing artists' galleries, medieval synagogues, private homes and small guests houses. Despite her small size and low number of inhabitants (ca 27,000), Zfat is once again making her mark on the map. The Kabbalist mystics lived, studied, taught, and wrote in the city and many of the graves are objects of veneration...More Details