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 
 
 
 
 
 
 
In-depth Tours

Tours which are focused entirely on one theme, recommended for people with a special interest, or for people who have been in Israel before. In most cases, such a tour would include sites off the beaten track. 

  • 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. 

  • Nazareth is the city where Mary the Virgin received the annunciation of the forthcoming birth of Jesus Christ, and where he has spent his childhood and one of the most beautiful and important churches of Israel is located here.

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

  • The Druze religion is represented in several towns in the north of Israel, and several are worth visiting: Daliyat Al Carmel near Haifa, with a popular market and great views of the green Carmel mountain; Pki'in, with an authentic olive press, a synagogue which continues a history of Je

  • Many people have contributed to the foundation of the state of Israel, and many sites tell us about the actions and the legacy of these people – Theodor Herzl, Joseph Trumpeldor, Ze'ev Jabotinsky, David Ben Gurion, Pinhas Rothenberg, Yigal Alon, Moshe Dayan and many others.

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

  • In the northern part of the Negev desert there re two of the most significant archeological sites in Israel: Tel Be'er Sheva, a place of Abraham the Patriarch, and a center of the First Temple era, with ancient walls and underground water system one can go through.

  • Many of the battles and important strategic events during the wars of Israel (1973, 1967, 1948 and before that), took place at north of the Golan and the Finger of Galilee.

  • Yarkon river was an important river for settlement in the ancient times, being the biggest river flowing from Samaria mountains to Mediterranean sea, and nowadays you'd find along his streams historical sites, Israel 's water projects, parks, sport venues and attractions.

  • The Independence war, the formative war of Israel, was a difficult and a bloody war. It's especially true about the area which is between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem (the road to Jerusalem and the Judean mountains on their two sides), and about Jerusalem itself.

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