In my capacity as the UK Director of Operations for One World Tours Limited, I’m often asked about the destinations I’ve been to so that’s why I try to give a fantastic opinion on these areas I’ve seen.
Much like many of the other destinations in the world, Israel is not unique with its variety of varied attractions in the Desert and the saltiest sea on earth, the Dead Sea to the snow-covered peaks of Mount Hermon. It only requires a few hours to experience the most extreme differences.
Israel offers some very unique attractions which are suitable for all the entire family.
A couple of Israel’s historic places have earned the right to be members on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Jerusalem also referred to as the”City of Gold” is one of these places which as a place is very religious and historic.
This sacred place is located high in the Judean Hills and is the Capital of Israel. It is a city that embraces the historical with the contemporary, it is both holy and secular and displays pure natural beauty and stunning architecture that together produces a wonderful experience for the senses.
With its magnificent golden limestone and magnificent scenery it’s hardly surprising that it has got the name of the City of Gold.
Because of Tel Aviv’s Mediterranean place, you can experience the wonderful beach life, which isn’t the first thing that springs to mind when planning a trip to those sacred lands, even if you know what I mean? For other beaches, there’s Ashkelon’s along with the Caesarea beach equally beautiful and offering something fresh to see.
Nazareth is the largest Arab city in Israel in which the half and Christians Moslems live together harmoniously. It’s one of the most important Christian holy sites in the world and that is why it has become a haven for Christians and pilgrims across the world. The stunningly beautiful Churches and Monasteries are places of tranquillity and serenity that those of you who aren’t religious will not fail to detect.
Another popular and famous destination for Christians is Galilee because it’s believed to be where Jesus spent much of his life and played many of his miracles.
Galilee is one of those greener areas as from the spring the valleys become an array of colorful wildflowers and trees that are full of bloom. You may also like to visit http://www.amiel.com.
Bethlehem is considered the most important Christian Holy place due to the belief that Jesus Christ was born here and is situated half and five miles from Jerusalem.
Nowhere else in the world will you find a place such as the Living Dead Sea. Individuals from all walks of life and nationalities flock here to obtain recovery from the natural sources. Considering the climate, 330 days a year of sunshine, and the nutrient attributes, predominantly sulphur, which are found here means that it is the ideal spot for treatments. All this combined with the amazingly dry air which cleanses the respiratory system adds to the entire experience.