100 Tours in Israel 
 Most Visited 
 Jerusalem and Judea Mountains 
 Between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem 
 Tel Aviv and the Surroundings 
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 Haifa and the Surroundings 
 Golan and Galilee 
 Samaria and Jezreel Valley 
 Jordan Valley and Judea Desert 
 The Negev Desert and Arabah 
 Archeology 
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 Judaism and Jews 
 Christianity 
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Judaism and Jews

Tours which focus on Jewish sites. Israel is the holiest place in the world for Judaism, and the country of the Jewish nation, the scene of the Biblical events and central events in the life of the key figures in Judaism. In Israel you'll find the four holiest cities to Judaism – Jerusalem, Hebron, Safed and Tiberias. The Temple in Jerusalem was a place of Jewish pilgrimage, and the Western Wall is its only remains, and Mishna and Talmud were written in Galilee. We'll find here many historical synagogues, tombs of Rabbis and Biblical figures, remains of ancient synagogues, impressive modern synagogues, and of course the history of the Jewish nation. 

  • The 20th century in Galilee was marked by the revival of Jewish presence in the land of Israel, and the struggle which led to Israel's independence. Neighborhoods and cities, sites and museums show us the events which were part of this fascinating history. 

  • In the north of the country there are many cities, towns and village which played an important role in the history of Jews and Zionism: Zichron Ya'akov, with one of the oldest and the biggest venires in Israel, promenade from the 19th century and several interesting historica

  • One of the Biblical tels, recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Site is Tel Hazor, located in the Hula Valley, and known in early times as "head of all kingdoms".

  • Several of the important sites related to the revival of the Jewish presence in the Holy Land are located in the center of the country, and have a variety of fascinating sites in them: Rishon LeZion, one of the first modern settlements in Israel, and now one of its biggest cities, with

  • Tiberias and Safed are two of the four holiest cities for Judaism, and many central Rabbis were active here, writing many of the most sacred Jewish scriptures (such as Talmud and Shulchan Aruch).

  • Tel Aviv is the symbol of the modern day Israel, "the first Hebrew city", where the Declaration of Independence was signed, the cultural and the economical capital of the state and the city of the youth.

  • Many Rabbis and Tzadikim (righteous) are buried in Galilee, when every tomb has its own tradition, related to the story of the person buried in it.

  • Jezreel Valley and Gilboa Mountains were the stage for important events in the life of many Biblical figures: King Solomon, King Saul, prophet Elijah and Ahab, Deborah and Barak, Gideon and others. Many places, such as Tel Meggido (Armageddon) tell their story.

  • Jezreel valley offers a great variety of activities – archeological remains from the days of Old Testament and the Roman empire, ruins of synagogues, beautiful gardens and parks, sites related to Zionist activity, interesting museums, springs and natural pools, artificial ski resort, an

  • In the city on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, we'll find a promenade near the water, remains of Roman times, natural hot springs, an amazing mosaic in an ancient synagogue, remains of city walls and towers from the 18th century, made of black volcanic stone, tombs of many i

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