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  • 1

    Old City of Jerusalem

    71 reviews

    This place is timeless and feels magical. There is history under every step (literally! the new streets are built over old Roman roads) and something to see everywhere you turn. The shops are great, and it's easy to get lost in there for days.

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  • 2

    The Western Wall

    53 reviews

    whatver your religion, this has always been a touching and historical site you must not miss. As practiced by the Jews, us tourists also write our petition and roll it then insert in one of the crevices of the wall where Jews believed is nearest to God.

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  • 3

    Tel Aviv Port

    32 reviews

    it is herzliya port and not tel aviv port.

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  • 4

    Neve Tzedek

    31 reviews

    It is a beautiful neighborhood, the first to be built in the new city of Tel Aviv back in 1887. I think it serves as the city’s most stylish zone, a home for Israeli artists and yuppies. The gorgeous architecture of the old houses, packed within quiet narrow lanes, he Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, located in the ...

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  • 5

    Church of the Holy Sepulchre

    33 reviews

    I was a little disapointed, with all the noise and crowds and a very angry priest It was not exactly a religious experience.

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  • 6

    Mount of Olives

    30 reviews

    Is the most splendid view of the Old City. I was in 2011 year

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  • 7

    Hayarkon Park

    24 reviews

    The Hayarkon park offers many attractions. It is pretty big and you can pick and chose you activity. From riding a bike to paddle boat and even watch exotic birds at the Tzapari. I just like to hang there and eat a sandwich. During the summer there are many festivals in the area such as Taam Ha-IR. Where many restaurants ...

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  • 8

    Jaffa Port

    23 reviews

    Jaffa port was had a major role in history. A wonderful place to visit on a Friday afternoon. I agree with Ben, great location to take some breath taking pictures! Don't miss the small streets with the little boutiques and galleries. Ilana Gur's Gallery is close by. If you come at night go see the Mayumana show!!!

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  • 9

    Rothschild Boulevard

    21 reviews

    Take a stroll down treelined Rothschild boulevard and appreciate Tel Aviv's Bauhaus architecture all around. Stop at one of the many Gourmet Cafes and coffee bars for a quick caffeine fix.

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  • 10

    Yad Vashem

    20 reviews

    Everything about the Holocaust can be found here in the museum and other bldgs dedicated to the victims. About more than a decade ago, it didn't interest me much since I had seen the original horrors of that holocaust in Auschwitz. It was filled then with mostly photos. Now you can find more videos actual mementoes of the victims, a ...

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  • 11

    Dome of the Rock

    19 reviews

    the place is beautiful, there's no doubt about it. ornate and impressive, certainly a must-see when you're at the Old City.

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  • 12

    Mahane Yehuda Market

    20 reviews

    The sights and sounds of Jerusalem. Take the light train and you arrive there in 2 minutes or walk and enjoy the many shops along the 7 minutes it takes to get there.

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  • 13

    Sea of Galilee

    18 reviews

    You can't help but think of what has transpired in this location of the WORLD Beautiful place. English is not spoken by alot of the locals so study up on your Hebrew

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  • 14


    19 reviews

    Every time I am in Israel I would try to get to Caesarea at least once. It is a vast Roman site with a harbor, restored old walls, wonderful restaurants and of course the Hipodrom, the Amphitheater, the Aquaduct, beach area for swimming, and aniquities from the Romans through the Crusaders and beyond. Spend at least half a day, but ...

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  • 15

    Jaffa Gate

    20 reviews

    One of the more exciting gates to the Old City

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  • 16

    Tel Aviv Museum of Art

    18 reviews

    Tel Aviv Museum of Art is one of my favorite museums in Tel Aviv. It offers various exhibition. The permanent collection has paintings by Picasso, Van Gogh, Cezanne, Chagall and others. Don't miss the sculptures garden and the museum cafe

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  • 17

    Via Dolorosa

    17 reviews

    Its really a market place! Truly distracting when you do the way of the cross however its very historical and spiritual. For the non spiritual, you can enjoy the market and lots of photographic sites.

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  • 18

    Western Wall Tunnel

    16 reviews

    Must see for any visitor in the city or even if you lived here all of your life. The tunnels are amazing and tells the story of the old city of Jerusalem. All the instructors working here have so much knowledge and the tour is fascinating.

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  • 19

    Bahá'í World Centre

    15 reviews

    It is amazing place, really beautiful and you can see Haifa from above.

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  • 20


    13 reviews

    Nothing beats a hike up Masada at 4am to watch the sun rise!

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