Dead Sea's rejuvenating Spa's
Researchers claim that the Dead Sea water contains 32% sea salts with relatively high concentration of 21 minerals such as magnesium, calcium, bromide and potassium. Millions of people travel to the Dead Sea to relax and enjoy its beauty, but more importantly to experience the healing, beautifying and rejuvenating powers of its waters. An absolute must try when in Israel.
Situated on the Red Sea, Eilat is Israel‘s seaside resort site. The secret of this little city’s charm is its special location in the northern end of the Bay of Eilat. The combination of a hot climate, a tropical sea and a breathtaking background of wild, bare granite mountains has turned it into a tourist gem all the year round. The bay is one of the major attractions, thanks to the beautiful beaches, the developed water sports and some of the best diving spots in the world. In the south of the city is the Coral Reserve, with splendid tropical fish among the reefs. Over the years, the city of Eilat has become the ultimate resort city with hotels and beaches packed with thousands of Israeli vacationers and tourists from around the world, who come to relax in the country’s southernmost spot.
National parks and reserves
3.Israel’s historic treasures and breathtaking landscapes are protected in over 60 national parks and nature reserves. Remains of once grand cities such as Bet She’an and Caesarea are true archaeological highlights, while the Ein Gedi and Yehudiya nature reserves offer natural beauty and opportunities for hiking.
Night out in the city that never sleeps
Tel Aviv is the place to party in Israel. You can find pretty much anything you need for a good night out here in Tel Aviv. There are countless bars & clubs, as well as theaters, galleries, dance centers, and concert halls for the more cultured evening. During the summers, try a night out at one of the beach-side cafes and bars. Tel Aviv’s important historical sites include Bialik House, Ben Gurion House, Dizengoff House, the old cemetery on Trumpeldor Street, and Reuven House. Nature lovers can visit the garden at Abu Kabir, HaYarkon Park, and the Botanical Gardens near Tel Aviv University. Families with children can enjoy an action-filled amusement park. The city has several plazas, the best known being Rabin Square, HaMedina Square, and Dizengoff Circle. Eleven of the city’s churches, monasteries, and mosques, such as Saint Peter’s Church and the Franciscan Monastery, are located in Jaffa.Vacationers in Tel Aviv can lodge at any of the dozens of hotels, boarding houses, and youth hostels scattered throughout the city. These offer every type of accommodation ranging from luxurious rooms to simple, pleasant lodging.
Tel Aviv is also a business and trade center. There are colorful and bustling markets such as the flea market in Jaffa, the Carmel market, the HaTikva Market, and Levinsky market. There are also modern shopping malls such as Dizengoff Center and Azrieli Center, and important business centers for high-tech companies, realtors, and the stock market. All these have made Tel Aviv the business capital of Israel and an international center for conventions, exhibitions, and conferences
A trip into the Negev desert is a must-do. There are tours by jeep, on foot or on horseback from the desert town of Mitzpe Ramon and from the Red Sea resort of Eilat. The Arava region north of the city and the Eilat Mountains is an arid desert. But in between the exposed mountains there are many nature and beauty spots as well as archaeological and historical sites, which make Eilat a good starting point for special trips in the area, such as camel treks, jeep tours and more.
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