100 Tours in Israel 
 Most Visited 
 Jerusalem and Judea Mountains 
 Between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem 
 Tel Aviv and the Surroundings 
 Between Haifa and Tel Aviv 
 Haifa and the Surroundings 
 Golan and Galilee 
 Samaria and Jezreel Valley 
 Jordan Valley and Judea Desert 
 The Negev Desert and Arabah 
 Archeology 
 Food and Wine 
 Panoramic Tours 
 Walking City Tour 
 In-depth Tours 
 Pilgrimage 
 Religions 
 Judaism and Jews 
 Christianity 
 The Old Testament 
 Roman-Byzantine Era 
 Crusaders 
 19th Century 
 Modern Times 
 Nature and views 
 Beaches and Thermal Baths 
 Gardens and Parks 
 
 
 
 
 
 
100 Tours in Israel

 

      In this section you can find a list of possible topical or regional tours – "100 Tours in Israel". In each tour there is a large variety of sites one can visit, so in fact each suggested tour is just a title at first, and its content will be made as a tailor-made tour for you, according to your wishes, the place you're staying at, the desired duration and intensity of the tour, the people of the group etc. Of course, a tour can be made as a combination of few tours from the following list, or each tour from the list can be prolonged to a tour of up to few days.

      Moreover, every tour will be made according to your wishes – for families with kids we can visit an amusement park, zoo or a chocolate factory, for art connoisseurs an art gallery, for extreme sports fan snapling or ski, etc.

      On one hand, many of the tours you'd find here focus on the most popular landmarks of Israel, and on the other hand many others are off the beaten track, and by no means this is not a comprehensive list of everything there is to do in Israel. Luckily for me and you, Israel has a great quantity and variety of amazing places to visit, even if many tourists do not get to visit them.

     In the bottom of every tour's page you'll find taglines describing it. There are geographical taglines (indicate the geographical area of the tour), historical taglines (indicate the era the tour is focusing on), topical (indicate the topic the tour is focusing on) or tour style (pilgrimage, walking city tour etc). Some taglines show the tour's importance compared to other tours – tours with "Most Visited" tagline are tours in sites which would be visited by most tourists in Israel, and "In-depth Tour" indicates that the tour goes into detail about a certain topic or a certain region.   

     You can browse through the tour list by using the taglines, and see for example all of the tours which are "Most Visited", "Christianity" or "Golan and Galilee". The full list of tags is on the side of the page.

  • Caesarea and Meggido are two of the most important archeological sites in Israel.

  • Bet Shean was a Roman regional center, and amazing remains show its previous importance, and Tiberias was founded on the shore of Sea of Galilee in honor of the Roman emperor Tiberius and was named after him.

  • Hermon, the highest mountain in Israel, known as "eyes of the nation", is located in the north-eastern point of the country, is a ski resort in the winter, and a great view point in the summer.

  • The first railways in Israel were finished in 1892, and the trains system was improved in the days of the British.

  • The colorful and aromatic market of Ramla is proud of its hummus, Tunisian fricassee sandwich and fruits, when nearby you'd find many historical religious places, such as a crusaders church which became a mosque, great archeological sites, like an underground medieval water reservoir, w

  • Two of the most impressive and best preserved archeological remains in Israel – a Roman-Byzantean city with a great theater, bath house, streets and squares, and even more ancient remains, and a Crusader castle with triple walls, with an amazing view on Galilee, Jezreel Valley and the T

  •         The end of the 19th century was marked by the beginning of massive Jewish return to the Land of Israel, and many of the first towns and villages were formed near Tel Aviv of today – Rishon LeZion, Rehovot, Gedera, Mazkeret Batya, Ness Ziona and more.

  • In Ramla we'll find an enormous medieval church, which was converted to a mosque hundreds of years ago, a beautiful Franciscan monastery with an original painting by Tizian, a 1300 years old underground water reservoir where one can take a boat and sail, a medieval tower with a beautifu

  • Jesus was born in Bethlehem, and spent his last days in Jerusalem, where he was crucified and resurrected. Many churches and sites tell the story of the most important days of Jesus Christ, making the two cities to be the most important places in Christianity.

  • Hula Lake, a part of Jordan valley, is a natural spot with unique flowers and plants, where you can observe migrating birds and buffalos.

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