Top 10 Things to do in LeZion, Israel

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1.) Superland Theme Park

The Superland Theme Park is located in Rishon LeZion. It is Israel’s second largest theme park. Operating since 1991, the Superland has become a famous and reputable source of fun and excitement. Rides in Superland are very breathtaking and exciting. Rides also range according to age level and complexity.

2.) Palmachim Beach

The Palmachim Beach is located in Rishon LeZion in Israel. It has a great coastline with fine sand and cool blue waters. Many tourists and locals love to visit the place and have fun, not only in getting a good tan from the hot and bright sunlight, but also in different activities available in the beach. Mostly, teenagers come to visit and hang-out in the place which is also good for surfing.

3.) Carmel Winery

The Carmel Winery can be found in Rishon LeZion in Israel. It is the primary wine producer for the country and other nearby countries in the Eastern Mediterranean. It is considered to be the first and the oldest producer and exporter of different kinds of wine, brandy, and grape juices. It is also the world’s largest kosher wine producer.

4.) The Mabat

The Mabat (MBT) is located in  Rishon LeZion. It is a abbreviated term for  Miskhar, Bilui VeTa’asiya or Commerce, Pastime and Industry.Located in the northern part of Rishon which is near the HaMaccabim. It is a known place in all of Israel that provides a very enticing and active nightlife. Many clubs and bars are found in the area where clubbers hop into and grab drinks, dance and totally have fun.

5.) The Underground City

The Underground City is an archeological site excavated in the city of Rishon LeZion in Israel. It is a sensational discovery by the archeologists and experts who found the site under the sand dunes in one of the old cities of Israel. The Underground City, which was believed to have existed since 4,000 B.C, has revealed and contained cemeteries and cell-like rooms that housed its occupants and settlers in that civilization.

6.) Moshava Park

The Moshava Park can be found in Rishon LeZion, Israel. It was established to be a citrus grove by the first groups of people who founded the city of Rishon. It is a beautiful place that has an agricultural farm and resort-like ambiance. The park was recently renovated and had more trees and unique landscape. The botanical garden has different plants that are taken-cared of and maintained.

7.) Bereshit Exhibition

The Bereshit Exhibition is a famous Jewish museum located in the city of Rishon LeZion in Israel. It is a very commemorative place not only for the locality itself but for the whole country of Israel. In the Bereshit exhibition, one can trace the beginnings of and foundation of the state of Israel. The national anthem of Israel, the “Havitka”,  was originally written in Rishon LeZion

8.) Cinema City

The Cinema City is a famous landmark and shopping center in Rishon LeZion in Israel. It is a very convenient mall that offers a wide range of choices from shopping, food and leisure. It is primarily called the Cinema City because of its large, highly maintained and amusing movie theaters.

9.) Assyrian Castle

The Assyrian Castle is an archeological site discovered in a boulevard named Yitzhak Rubin in Rishon LeZion,Israel. It was found in the sand dunes and was excavated by the experts for research purposes. History shares that the Assyrians occupied Jerusalem, now Israel, dating back to the 8th century B.C.

10.) Hai-Kef Zoo

The Hai-Kef Zoo is located in Rishon Le Zion near the Tel Aviv district. It is a very environmental-friendly place regularly visited by different groups of people from all ages. A clean and green place surrounded by desert sand, Hai-Kef zoo creates wildlife in Rishon Le Zion. Animals from different sizes and classes can be seen in the site.

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