Cities of Israel
Being a holy city for Jews, Christians and Muslims worldwide, Jerusalem has had a long and contentious history.
Known for its night life and up-to-the-minute eateries and attractions, Tel Aviv is a modern city with a huge array of amenities to suit nearly every taste.
While Jaffa may not have the glitz, glamour and nightlife of downtown Tel Aviv, it does offer plenty to do and see.
Acco, is one of the oldest continually-populated areas in the world. Its rich history spans thousands upon thousands of years, making it one of the most interesting and diverse destinations in Israel.
In the most southern point of Israel, on the banks of the Red Sea, sits the city of Eilat. With a history stretching into antiquity, Eilat is primarily Harbour resort popular among tourists and visitors from all over the world.
Tiberias was the largest Jewish city in the Galilee Region for over eight centuries. The city is considered a favorite around the world, as well as Israeli vacation.
The third-largest city in Israel and the largest in the northern region of the country, Haifa is a teeming metropolis of over 290 thousand people.
Caesarea is a small town with big artificially developed harbor located midway between Tel Aviv and Haifa. The city and its neighborhood are considered to be one of the brightest attractions of Israel due to its picturesque views, terrific historic sites and most interesting story.
Galilee is a region in Northern Israel which borders with Lebanon. It is one of most picturesque places in Israel. Galilee attracts both tourists and pilgrims from all over the world who come to visit Jewish and Christian holy sites.