Tel Aviv-Jaffa is a metropolitan area that sits on the Mediterranean coast and is the center of Israel's economy, culture, media and arts. In addition, Tel Aviv and the port city of Jaffa have an important historical role in Israel's historiography, many of the historical and protest events that shaped the identity and character of the state from its inception until today. Today, Tel Aviv is one of the most famous cities in Israel. It attracts about a million and a half foreign tourists each year thanks to its strong high-tech community, colorful markets, spectacular beach, unique nightlife, LGBT community and more...
Israel's capital, located in the Judean Mountains, you can find there most of governmental institution like the Knesset, and Supreme Court.
Jerusalem is one of the oldest and most important cities in the history of the world. Its geographical and strategic location has attracted many nations to its gates and so it has been occupied many times over the years. While walking through the streets of the Old City of Jerusalem you can see and feel the remains of the various conquests.
The city is devoted to Judaism, Christianity and Islam and because of its religious importance, the city has remained the epoch of wars and conflicts that continue to this day.
The southernmost city in the State of Israel lies on the shores of the Red Sea and serves as a major port and tourism city. Eilat is Israel's holiday capital due to favorable climatic conditions during the winter season, the landscape that brings together desert and mountains and bathing beaches and the special coral reef. In addition, Eilat offers various attractions: the underwater observatory, the dolphin reef, water sports, coral reserve, local promenade, entertainment venues, festivals and hiking trails and jeeps.
Considered the lowest place in the world where the salt concentration is very high. The Dead Sea area attracts travelers for many reasons:
Spectacular views and hiking trails
Significance historical site such as Masada, Ein Gedi, Machvar, and Qumran
Unique climate manifested as high evaporation rate, temperatures, humidity and barometric pressure
Special chemical composition of the water and low radiation rate of light give the sea medicinal qualities