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Israel Attractions

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Ben Gurion Airport 4.0 stars
Upon exiting the country, a traveler must be aware that they will be questioned and have their luggage fully searched before boarding. Travelers with laptop computers will especially be scrutinized at Ben Gurion. During my exit, they had me ... [more ]
Rabin Square 4.0 stars
I still remember seeing the events on TV but somehow it gives you a different feeling to visit here. This is a large square in Tel-Aviv where many demonstrations are held against war and supporting the peace, and it was in one of them, on ... [more ]
Church of the Holy Sepulchre 5.0 stars
Incredibly ornate and glistening in gold, the tomb (crypt/sepulchre) where Jesus was reputed to have been buried, lies entombed itself within the massive structure that is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem. The fact that the tomb in ... [more ]
Caesarea Maritima 4.0 stars
This should be the first stop for anyone looking for a historical trip in Israel. Caesarea was an old Roman city from the days of Herod the Great (2,000 years ago!). As you can imagine, it's full of Roman architecture including an impressive ... [more ]
Carmel Market 4.0 stars
The Carmel Market (or, Shuk HaCarmel) is a must see for any transient visitor to Tel Aviv. It's an old world feel in a new world city located at the end of King George Street and Allenby Street. Tip #1: Be aware of your surroundings and your ... [more ]
Yad Vashem 5.0 stars
Yad Vashem is the definitive holocaust museum. It has more meaning in Jerusalem than any other place in the world. And if you find yourself in Israel, this museum is a must see. Anticipate spending half a day at this sprawling museum which ... [more ]
Wailing Wall 5.0 stars
The Western Wall or Wailing Wall of Jerusalem is one of the most impressive experiences in my traveling so far. I am not a religious person, so normally I visit this kind of places more out of curiosity and historical interest, but not as a ... [more ]
Dizengoff Centre Sopping Mall 5.0 stars
Easily accessible in the heart of Tel Aviv is one of the first major shopping centers in Israel. Located on Dizengoff Street, it has several entrances, any of which will all take you directly into a shoppers heaven. Be aware that at these ... [more ]
Ramat Gan Safari (Zoo) 5.0 stars
A five minute drive outside of Tel Aviv will bring you to the Ramat Gan Safari. Not only is it a traditional zoo, but it also features a "live" zoo area where visitors can drive their cars past African animals such as zebras, hippopotamus, and ... [more ]
Steimatzky Bookstore 5.0 stars
It's the oldest and best bookstore in Israel! And lucky for us, there's a whole chain of Steimatzky Bookstores across the country. I've been to quite a few bookstores in Israel and Steimatzky is the best for English speakers. I always seem to ... [more ]
Rosh Hanikra 4.0 stars
On the northern Israeli border with Lebanon is the historical site, Rosh HaNikra. If you only have one day to travel to the north and are attracted to historical and natural sites, I suggest making this trip. Approximately a three hour drive ... [more ]
Mount Herzl 4.0 stars
If you're taking a trip to the Yad Vashem, the holocaust museum in Jerusalem, you might as well swing over to Mount Herzl too! It's only a few minutes away and can serve as a finishing touch to a day trip in the city. Mount Herzl is a national ... [more ]
Meir Garden 4.0 stars
One of the perks of living or visiting a major urban city are its parks. Tel Aviv is no exception. Along a the major tourist route of King George St., is Meir Park. When attempting to find my way to the Carmel Market on Shaynkin St., I noticed ... [more ]
Andartat Hativat Hanegev (Monument to the Negev Brigade) 4.0 stars
Almost by chance, I visited the Negev Brigade monument in Beersheba in the spring of 2008. At first, it didn't appear to be much more than a couple slabs of concrete at the top of the hill. After a short climb to the top, I changed my opinion of ... [more ]
Ulpan Gordon Language School 4.0 stars
I don't expect many short-term tourists (visiting only for a few weeks) to be interested in this travel tip, but I wanted to make sure everyone was aware of the Ulpan Gordon Hebrew language school. If you're interested in getting more from ... [more ]
Gordon Beach 4.0 stars
Gordon Beach, Tel Aviv is one of the most popular beach going locations in Tel Aviv. Not only is it an ideal place to swim but because it's proximity to many of the major hotels makes it the most convenient beach to find. It's literally only a ... [more ]
The U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv 3.0 stars
Regardless of a travelers nationality, when traveling overseas, you should take note of your nation's embassy. In the case of American travelers, our embassy allows us the option to alert our embassy of our travels overseas in case of an ... [more ]
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