Haifa Known mostly for its port and industrial zones, Haifa is the third-largest city in Israel. Nevertheless it offers also
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Akko Akko / Acre is one of the oldest cities in the world that is continously inhabited to this day.
Caesarea “Caesarea Maritima” was established by King Herod the Great in the first Century and became a major port for
Independence Hall “Independence Hall” is the name given to the building on Rothschild Boulevard, no. 16. It was first built
Rothschild Boulevard Rothschild Boulevard, named after Edmond James de Rothschild, was planned as the main street facing east when Tel-Aviv
Jaffa Jaffa is one of the oldest cities in the world that is continously inhabited to this day. The ealiest
Qumran “Khirbet Qumran” is an archaeological site close to the north western shores of the Dead Sea. Between 1947 to
Ein-Gedi The Oasis of Ein-Gedi is the biggest set of perennial springs on the western side ot the Dead Sea.
Swim at the Dead Sea The Dead Sea holds the Guinness record of being the lowest dry place on the
Masada Located on giant rock plateau above the Dead Sea, Masada was first built by the Macabbeans, yet later transformed