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North of the Country – Upper west Galilee
Rosh Hanikra (Top of the Crevice) – The most northerly point in the country on the coast line. Here is the gate to Israel from Lebanon. In the far past illegal immigrants entered here to avoid being apprehended by British constabulary. Today the area is a Nature Reservation. For the convenience of visitors there is a funicular descending to the sea shore to enable a visit to the Crevices below.
On our way southward we shall pass Eli Avivi’s, a Palmah fighter, exotic resort “Ahziv” where today offers rooms and accomodations.
All along the coast there is a nice and romantic promenade.
Naharia – Israel’s Ice Cream City.
Acre – A town a thousand years old. According to Jewish tradition our forefather Abraham passed through the town on his way to Jerusalem. The town was conquered by the Crusaders, the Mamluks and of course by the great conquerer Napoleon Bonaparte who failed six times to breakthrough into the town and was compelled to return to France.
Sights to see locally are: The Bahaian Garden, The Museum of the Underground, the Crusade Knights Halls, the Town Wall Museum, The Turkish Bath-House and the Great Mosque of Al’Jazar. It is possible to take a walk in the alleys in the town that was separated by different factions of the Crusaders and visit the Templars Tunnel, the last remnant of Templar’s reign in the 11th Century. Also visit the Old Port and the Tunisian Synagogue.
Haifa – A visit to the restored German neighbourhood of the “Temple Guards” who came to Haifa in 1870. To visit the Bahaian Gardens, terraced in nine levels according to the Bahaians religion which starts at the summit of Mount Carmel and finish at ground level where the golden-domed Temple is situated which is the resting place of the Herald Prophet of the Bahaian religion. From the gardens there is a view of the city and the mediterranian sea.
Tel-Aviv – The Hall of Independence on Rothschild Boulevard is the location where the first Hebrew town was founded and where the establishment of a Jewish State was declared by David Ben-Gurion.
A visit to Tel-Aviv’s Old Port and Farmers Market.
A visit to the first railway station that was built in 1892. A visit to the National Theatre ‘Habima’, to the Templars settlement ‘Sarona’ that turned into the residence of the central authority and government of Israel.
Old Jaffa – To go out and visit the site of Old Jaffa, descend to the port from which Jonah the Prophet escaped to Tarshish. A flea market is also worth a visit.
Jerusalem – The Old City, pictures of the Temple of the Tomb, the church of Maria Magdalena, the mosque of the Rock Dome and mosque El’Aqsa. A visit to the most sacred site for the Jewish people – the western Wailing Wall and Wilson’s Ark. An observation point from the Mount of Olives. David’s Tower. The Arminian Sector. The Old Jewish Sector and ‘Mahne Yehuda’ market.
Ein Karem and its churches
The Dead Sea
The Dead Sea – the Kumram Caves. The Monastry of Saint George, Kasar El Yahud, Masada, Ein Gedy, the Potash and Bromide industry, Jericho and Beit Sh’aan.
Nazareth – the market. The churches: the Enunciation, Holy Joseph, the Orthodox Enunciation. The Synagogue, Kafar Kana, Mount Tavor.
Tiberias – The Old City Wall and Donna Grazia’s hotel in the center.
The National Park of Beit Govrin, were one of the oldest Oil-Presses in the world can be seen.
Tel Azeka – At the bottom of this mount the crucial battle between David and Goliat took place. From this location one can observe the Ella Valley.