How does one describe a location with 7,000 years of history? Mere words cannot illustrate the importance of this city to the Jewish, Christians and Muslim faiths. Jerusalem is a wonder you have to see with your own eyes to believe and understand the pure exclusivity of this ancient phenomenon.
Whether you will be walking around the authentic souk (market) or indulging in ancient history, you’ll be immersed in a story and a culture every time you turn a corner. ‘The City of Gold’ as Jerusalem is often known as for its monumental gold bricks that make up every building in this enchanted city.
Eilat is the ultimate resort city, with gorgeous hotels, beautiful beaches, plenty of activities and of course, the beautiful Red Sea is ever present with its warm waters, great diving, snorkelling and array of water sports.
One of Eilat’s bestselling points is the weather. Sunshine is ever present, with at least 8 hours of it during the winter and up to 14 in the summer. Winter temperatures are mild, and for those who like it hot, summer is heaven! With very little rain combined with steady water temperatures, Eilat is a city that can be enjoyed year round.
A trip to Eilat will provide many happy memories and leave you yearning for your next visit.
Tel Aviv, often called “the city that never sleeps,” was the first modern city built in Israel, and is the country’s economic centre. It is a lively, active city with entertainment, culture, art, festivals, and an active night life.
Tel Aviv is a city that sits on the coast of the Mediterranean. With the beautiful stretches of golden sandy beaches, you have the option to either relax in the glorious sunshine or get involved in the array of active sports that regularly take place on certain parts of the beach. Many of the cities hotels are situated along the coast.