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Top 10 things to do in Haifa, Israel

1.) Bat Galim Beach Bat Galim Beach in Haifa, Israel also known as the Rosh Carmel Beach is perfectly located in Haifa Bay area, in the Northern part of Bat Galim neighborhood near the Naval Base along Pinchas Margolin Street near at the foot of the cable car, where the wind surfing pier is situated. 2.) Stella Maris Carmelite Monastery […]

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Top 10 things to do in Ramat Gan, Israel

1.) Ramat Gan Stadium Ramat Gan Stadium is the national football stadium in Arad City, Israel. The entire stadium is located in an 8,892 acre lot and it has a 41,583 capacity and serves as Israel’s largest stadium. Six extravagant changing rooms, press conferences hall, communications rooms, medical examination and drug checking, banquet and convention hall and […]

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Top 10 things to do in Arad, Israel

1.) Tel Arad National Park Tel Arad National Park is an archaeological site with remnants of an important city from the Canaanite and Israelite periods. It is divided into a lower city and an upper hill,  a citadel and sanctuary that were constructed in the time of King David and King Solomon. It is located on the outskirts […]

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Top 10 things to do in Ashkelon, Israel

1.) Kibbutz Yad Mordechai Kibbutz Yad Mordechai is located 10km south of Ashkelon. It was named after the leader of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Mordechai Anilewicz and was constituted in 1943. On the site is a magnificent giant sculpture of the leader overseeing the Kibbutz and an ancient water tower which was attacked by the Egyptians during […]

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World Jewish Film Festival

The World Jewish Film Festival is an international event that is being held every year at the International Convention Center in Ashkelon. The festival consists of films from all over the world and feature documentaries and short films. The World Jewish Film Festival also highlights films that can be viewed by the people from 20 […]

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Ashkelon National Park

Ashkelon National Park is enclosed with history and heritage for a long period of time and is located on the southern part of the Mediterranean coast. In the Roman period the city of Ashkelon was a developing commercial center which is now remarkably exhibited in the park. Some of them are the Roman basilica, Statues […]

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The Valley of Elah

The Valley of Elah is a biblical site that was illustrated in the Bible as the place where Israelites settled when David fought Goliath. It is 45 minutes southwest of Jerusalem and is one of the most strongly hidden secrets of Israel. The Elah tree which is a Terebinth type of tree can be found […]

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Bet Guvirin Maresha National Park

Bet Guviran Maresha National Park is located at the Bet Shemesh-Kiryat Gat road opposite Kibbuts Bet Guvrin. It incorporates an approximately 1,250 acres of rolling hills in the Judean lowlands. The hills, about 400 m above sea level, consist mainly of chalk overlaid with harder rock called Nari. People have dug small gap to build […]

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Kibbutz Yad Mordechai

Kibbutz Yad Mordechai is located 10km south of Ashkelon. It was named after the leader of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Mordechai Anilewicz and was constituted in 1943. On the site is a magnificent giant sculpture of the leader overseeing the Kibbutz and an ancient water tower which was attacked by the Egyptians during the War […]

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The Ashkelon Khan and Museum

The Ashkelon Khan and Museum is located in Hatzmaut Square, Migdal in Ashkelon. It is a beautiful and magnificent Arab hotel in the ancient period and was eventually transformed into a site of the Ashkelon’s history museum. It highlights different archaeological discoveries with some 5,000 year history. The Ashkelon’s famous Canaanite silver calf – a […]

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Carlsberg-Israel Visitor Center

Carlsberg-Israel Visitor Center is located in the Southern Industrial Area in Ashkelon. The Carlsberg’s story began in the last quarter of 1991 when the Coca Cola Israel made an agreement with Carlsberg International A/S giving them the exclusive rights to distribute Carlsberg and Tuborg brands and products in Israel. They were also able to gain […]

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Moshe Aviv Tower

The Moshe Aviv Tower is one of the famous attractions in Ramat Gan, Israel. The tower is generally known as the “City Gate”.  It is the tallest building in Israel with 68 floors and a total height of 250 meters. Two architects namely Amnon Schwartz and Amnon Niv designed the structure. It got its name […]

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Zoological Center of Tel Aviv-Ramat Gan

The Zoological Center of Tel Aviv-Ramat Gan is located in Ramat Gan, Israel. The safari park and zoo officially started its operation and was famously known as an African Animal Park in 1974. Almost ten years later a zoo was built at center of the park replacing the Tel Aviv Zoo, which had closed down. […]

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Elite Tower

The Elite Tower, which is located at Ramat Gan, Israel, will be a very tall building with several stories. It is a multi-purpose building that consists of a hotel, apartments, residential area, parking space and more. Its creation is in progress. The skyscraper, will share the title from its vicinity, the City Gate Tower. When […]

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Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum

The Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum functions as a platform for the diamond industry in Israel. It just celebrated its 70th anniversary recently. The Museum is situated right at the core of the Israeli diamond complex in Ramat Gan. It got its title subsequent to the famous Chairman De Beers. The late Moshe Schnitzer launched the museum […]

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Tel Aviv Dance Festival

The Tel Aviv Dance Festival is the most awaited and anticipated yearly dance event in Israel where the most talented dance performers from around the world perform in its brimming dance calendar. The dance festival is an outcome of the growth of the former Dance Europa Festival for four years after its beginning. From October […]

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National Park in Ramat Gan

The National Park in Ramat Gan is a vast municipal park located in Ramat Gan, Israel. In reality, it is not really considered as a national park. Nevertheless, the entire park comprises an area of 1.9 km². It is then taken into account as the second largest municipal park in Israel, subsequent to the Yarkon […]

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Walk around Bialik Street

Bialik Street is the core of both residential and commercial boulevard in Ramat Gan, Israel. The largest town square, which is called kikar orde’a and the municipality building, are both located in Bialik Street. Name it and Bialik Street has it. Exquisite boutiques that sell shoes, leather, jewelry, clothes, as well as food, refreshing drinks […]

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Roman Burial Tomb

The Roman Burial Tomb is located about two kilometers north of the Ashkelon Park. It is an impressive tomb that connects with one of the major discovery in the Roman period. It was originally discovered in 1937 with four underground burial niches. A Roman cave and a Hellenistic cave are included in the magnificent site. Romans long […]

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Arad Visitors Center

Arad Visitor Center is located in downtown Arad near the community center and mall. Arad is a small city that is situated near the border between the Judean Desert and Negev Desert. The city is best for hiking and looking in to the desert parts of Israel. The city is a blossoming town and founded […]

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Qumram National Park

Qumram National Park, where the seven Dead Sea scrolls were found was built on the eighth century BCE until the destruction of the temple in 586 BCE.  When the site was called Secaca, it was then abandoned in the second century BCE. During the Arabic period the site was named Qumran from an Arabic word […]

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Makhtesh Ramon

Makhtesh Ramon is located 85km south of Be’ersheba at the peak of Mount Negev. It is a geological site of Israel’s Negev desert, a “makhtesh” is a valley bounded by sheer wall and shattered by a single riverbed. It may not be an impact crater from a meteor, but it is still known as the […]

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Tel Be’er Sheva National Park

Tel Be’er Sheva is an archaeological and a UNESCO World Heritage site located in the southern part of Israel. It is known to be the remnants of the biblical town of Be’er Sheva. With its excellent universal value, significance for the biblical period of urban planning study and its biblical history, lead the UNESCO to […]

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Desert Archery

Desert Archery is an intriguing and beautiful sport that is environmentally friendly and characterized as a “soft adventure” inspired by the game of golf. It is situated in the Negev in the town of Mizpe Ramon. It is a pollution-free mountain desert town, which is 900 meters above sea level. Yaakov Everett discovered a great […]

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Ramon Desert Tours

Ramon Desert Tours is based in the town of Mizpe Ramon in the central Negev desert. Mizpe Ramon is situated on the border of Ramon Crater right at the center of the Negev Desert approximately 80 km south of Beer-Sheva and 140 km north of Eliat. The entire desert traveling that the Ramon Desert Tours […]

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Llama and Alpaca Farm

Llama and Alpaca Farm in Mizpe Ramon is the only farm where more than 400 exotic llamas and alpacas are raised. Aplacas and llamas are small South American camels, which were collected by the owner from the Quechua. On the farm, you would witness the whole process of growing and spinning the animals. The farm […]

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National Museum of Science, Technology and Space

National Museum of Science, Technology and Space

National Museum of Science, Technology and Space in Haifa, Israel is an old Technion building located in the Balfour Street, Hadar,  It was established in 1984 and it was built with the help of architect Alexander Baerwald in 1912, a German Jewish architect immigrant who is best known for his works and designs in Haifa, […]

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Guide Horizon

Guide Horizon is a heavenly place where you get to experience a one-of-a kind pampering relaxation in their wonderful desert spa. At the spa, heated swimming pool, dry sauna and Jacuzzi are provided for the guests to enjoy. Exquisite garden spots built for rest and refreshment are also available. The place also includes seven beautifully […]

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Ashkeluna Water Park

Ashkeluna Water Park is located in Delila Beach in Ashkelon, Israel. This family friendly attraction has two large pools and a spectacular design of water slides. Other stunning rides and activities for all ages can also be enjoyed in Ashkeluna Water Park. The park is occupying a 10-acre waterfront appreciated by locals and tourists alike. […]

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The Ashkelon Marina

The Ashkelon Marina is centrally located on Delila and Bar-Kochba beaches. The Marina has a 600-vessel docking capacity and recognized as one of the largest and most beautiful Marina in Israel. It is situated in the center of the tourist area with its location resulting to a unique relationship between the Marina and its people. […]

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