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QUICK GLANCE AT THE PLACES WE WILL VISIT...

Shilo is an Israeli settlement 45 km away from Jerusalem. The history of Shilo began 3000 years ago, as it used to be the first capital of Israel. Shilo is also known as the city of the Tabernacle and the Ark of the Covenant - the attraction in terms of archaeology and history is huge. 

SHILO

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Visit the Old City of Jerusalem with its 4 quarters - Armenian, Jewish, Muslim and Christian. The Old City of Jerusalem is one of the greatest sites in Israel; intense, hugely religious and with history poring out of every corner. Each of the 4 quarters is unique in its own way, providing a sense of history along with its religious beliefs. 

OLD CITY OF JERUSALEM

Photo credit: info.goisrael.com, by Noam Chen

The Dead Sea, known as the lowest place on Earth (a bit more than 400 m below sea level), is also a border line between Israel and Jordan. It’s waters and environment beckons visitors to heal every fibre of their body. 

DEAD SEA

Photo credit: info.goisrael.com, by Itamar Grinberg

Rehovot is located in the central area of the country, called as the city of Science. The city attracts a lot of students and young adults because of its prestigious academic institution and being close to Tel Aviv. As a city of science, it embodies the pioneering spirit of modern Israel.

REHOVOT

Photo credit: By Or Hiltch from Israel - Rehovot Science Park, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=6344299

Ramla is located in the center of Israel and it is famous of its market and historical sites, such as the White Tower, the Pool of the Arches, the Great Mosque, the Umayyad aqueduct, the Monastery of Nicodemus, the Greek Monastery of St. George.

RAMLA

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Ariel is situated in the middle of the country and has a very diverse population. Besides it archaeological sites, one part of the city is a big nature reserve.

ARIEL

Photo credit: By מיכאלי at Hebrew Wikipedia - This file has been extracted from another file: Ariel University Center.jpg, CC BY-SA 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=76357040

Masada is an ancient fortress in the Judean Desert and it's overlooking the Dead Sea. UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 2001. This was the last fortress to stand in the Jewish rebellion against the Romans.

MASADA

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Arad is located in the Southern part of Israel between 2 deserts, the Judean Desert and the Negev offering an easy access to hiking and biking trails. One of the 10 most beautiful view points, Moav Lookout can be found right next to the city. The city's artist quarter invites you to talk with local artists and to take a little gift home with you.

ARAD

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Beit Guvrin is also famous about its archaeological site and it is a popular family destination. It is also called as the land of thousands of caves and the it's national park was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

BEIT GUVRIN

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The Weizmann Institute of Science is Israel's leading science academy located in Rehovot. The Institute hosts multiple Nobel Prize winners and has produced a steady stream of world-changing discoveries over the past half century. 

WEIZMANN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE

Photo credit: By Amos Meron - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=23523722