Tiberias Travel Guide
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- 98%History Buffs
- 98%Budget Travelers
- 75%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (19)
- TiberiasMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 4Feb 25, 2014
Beautiful city, with a perfect mix of modern hotels, restaurants and shopping, but historical ruins seemingly around every corner. The entire city has a view of the lake.
- TiberiasMar 08, 2013
Quite scenic and still has the flavor of a "long time ago." Used to live on a moshav there called Arbel. It's a mix between a farm and a kibbutz in people own and work their own land/ animals, but they may barter, exchange, or sell their products between each other. All the farms share a common school, market, ect. If you can, plan at the very least a day trip to the Kineret, better yet, a camp out. The water is amazingly warm and clear ( bring shoes cuz the bottom is rocky), and there are dozens of excellent fish spots dotted around the lake. Take the time to walk around its entirety - you'll meet awesome people and have a great time!
- TiberiasMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesLuxury Travelers+ 1Oct 14, 2012
What could be more magical than the setting on the shore of Lake Galilee? But then you see the brutal architecture of modern-day high-rise hotels and the tawdriness of its main shopping street. Such a shame, the place must've once been very beautiful. Still, worth stopping off at one of a handful of the city's pleasant and friendly restaurants.
- TiberiasJul 04, 2012
The blue villa in gamla is a lovely rental house with a breathtaking view. It has 3 beadrooms, pleanty of extra mattresses a baby crib, full kitchen and above ground pool in the back yard. It is the perfect place to stay while you spend a few days exploring the Golan Heights and Galilee region
- TiberiasJul 03, 2012
Tiberias has more to offer than first meets the eye; a nice selection of restaurants and bars, quite a few hotels, hostels and guest houses, and a great location right on the Sea of Galilee, and close to many historical/religious landmarks. try to avoid it in the peak of the summer if at all possible as the heat and the crowds can get pretty bad. any other season it's beautiful.
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