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 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Archeology

 

Tours which focus on archeological sites. Israel, as a meeting point of continents, was a center of commerce in times of peace and a place of battles in times of wars. Settlement over the land of Israel left its impressive archeological remains, and you can find here ancient houses and neighborhoods, castles and palaces, theatres and hippodromes, Roman baths and aqueducts, pagan temples, churches and synagogues, and other structures. Many of the archeological sites were recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. 

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

  • 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.

  • Spectacular views of Sea of Galilee and the Galilee mountains, springs and streams in between valleys and canyons in the volcanic mountains, and the hot springs of Hamat Gader, located on the tripoint of Israel, Syria and Jordan, where besides the pleasant springs next to the scenic vie

  • Zichron Ya'akov and Binyamina are located on the edge of the Carmel mountain, near the sea. They are famous for their wineries, when 3 of them are among the largest and the oldest wineries in Israel.

  • Due to the destruction of the Second Temple, Judaism faced the challenge of adaptation of the religion and its cult to the new circumstances.

  • 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

  • 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".

  • King Herod is one of the most important and most fascinating figures in Israel's history, both because of its development in his time, and from Christian perspective.

  • 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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