If you are visiting Israel for the first time, you might feel overwhelmed by the abundance of biblical sites and not know where to begin. In this article, we have put together a list of ten Christian places that you simply CANNOT MISS in your trip to the Holy Land.
Tel Aviv is one of those cities that benefits a lot from its geographical condition - keep reading to find out where to go for the best bites in the city.
There is no doubt that Jerusalem Old City is a unique place. In fact, it is defined by many as the Holiest city in the world! For your convenience, we have compiled a list, of the best (must not miss) places to visit in the old city of Jerusalem. Enjoy!
Packing can be a harsh task, but it doesn't have to be. Just for you, we gathered from all our previous experiences the best list to pack for your trip. The DO's and Don't, for your upcoming trip to the Holy Land
The famous Saint George Church in Lod, Israel, is a unique place that combines history and beautiful architecture. Built-in the 18th century with interesting characteristics.
In 1947 a local Bedouin was wondering around the Qumran Caves, in which he found accidentally 7 ancient scrolls. These scrolls are the oldest manuscripts from the Old Testament. They taught us many new things regarding Judaism and early Christianity. Read more about it..
Ayalon Institute Museum in Rehovot is one of Israel’s intriguing secret facilities, originally functioned as an ammunition and weaponry factory! Functioning today as a Museum this place is a must-visit.
Capernaum, well known due to its religious and historical significance, is said to be the home of Jesus Christ. The town is a fishing village located on the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee. It is mentioned in the New Testament, as well as featuring an ancient church and a synagogue.
The beautiful city of Akko (Acre) is one of Israel's gems. It was chosen by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for a good reason. There are many historic and modern places to explore in this city, as well as to experience its wide variety of attractions.
Over recent years, New Years Eve has become bigger and bigger. Nevertheless, many locals celebrate New Years Eve in Israel and there are hundreds of New Years Eve parties across the Holy Land. Learn more about those events!