Split into a ‘New City’ and ‘Old City’, Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and the perfect starting point to begin your exploring. Here you’ll find all kinds of interesting treasures, new and old, including the Israel Museum, Wailing Wall, Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Jewish Quarter.
Known by many around the world as the birth place of Christ, this ancient town has a long history spanning long before the birth of Christ.
See some of this fascinating history on display here at sites such as Rachel’s Tomb, the Church of the Nativity and Manger Square.
3. Tower of David Museum
The Tower of David Museum, also known as the Jerusalem Citadel, is an ancient citadel and houses a fascinating museum that sheds light on 4,000 years of history in Jerusalem. Make sure you see the stunning sound & light show here, it will surely impress as it brings the citadel to life!
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One of the most enticing places on offer in Golan is its winery. Situated in Golan Heights, this winery is Israel’s third largest and was named New World Winery of the Year by Wine Enthusiast Magazine! Learn more about this famous winery here.
5. Tel Aviv
Situated on the Mediterranean coast, Tel Aviv is a vibrant city that is home to fascinating museums that showcase the history of Israel and its people. Make sure you visit the Diaspora Museum here.
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If you’d like to visit Israel, why not join a Bunnik Small group tour with no more than 20 people? See all our Israel tours here.