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Israel Cities and Regions

Tel Aviv

Israel’s busting Mediterranean-fronted metropolis and cultural/commercial capital, established as the world’s first modern Jewish city in 1909, combines telltale Bauhaus architecture with an easy, breezy beachfront urban vibe and resolutely secular locals. See our Tel Aviv Travel Guide


The spiritual home of the world’s three major religions will enchant even the most secular of visitors with its rich history, ashen stone buildings, delectable cuisine and abundant sacred landmarks. Although the past few years have been rather turbulent for the Holy City, for now the situation has become relatively calm, making it an ideal time to visit. See our Jerusalem Travel Guide


Israel’s third largest city, this traditional port town is roughly one hour north of Tel Aviv and offers a more relaxed seaside atmosphere, impressive sites such as the Bahai Gardens, and a rare example of mixed Jewish-Arab cohabitation.


This small-sized town on the Red Sea is Israel’s version of Ft. Lauderdale – all package tourists and sun-seeking vacationers. Easily reached via a 45-minute flight from Jerusalem, Eilat offers extensive duty-free shopping, prime diving among colorful coral reefs, and some of Israel’s best hotels.


Home to numerous biblical sites – from Nazareth to the Sea of Galilee – the verdant Galilee is an easy escape from Tel Aviv, filled with high-end spa hotels, quaint B&Bs, excellent Arabian restaurants, and colorful artist colonies such as the newly chic village of Rosh Pina.

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