About Israel

Israel is a multi-layered, multi-cultural and multi-religious country, steeped in tradition, embracing just about every nationality and nuance. It is an advanced style democracy, scientifically innovative and enhanced, and its citizens are highly educated.

The travel time between Israel and most European capitals is within 2-5 hours, with many international airlines serving Israel, while nonstop flights from the USA or far east, can take as little as 10-12 hours, thanks to the Open Skies Agreement.
International access and direct flights are available at reasonable prices. Prior to Covid-19, Israel had approximately 9,200 incoming flights every month–operated by both full-service and low-cost airlines.
Many world congresses and exhibitions are held in Israel featuring internationally developed technologies in communications, computing, defense, medicine, agriculture and more.
With so many foreign business visitors, the tourism industry is adept at meeting international needs.

Tel Aviv
The Dead Sea
Masada National Park

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is more than just a typical city; it is a dynamic hub of cultural life  with wonderful dining and nightlife options, fantastic beaches and historical sites everywhere. Its hospitality has made our city one of the fastest growing destinations in the world.

Tel Aviv is more than a fun place to visit; in recent years it has also emerged as one of the world’s leaders in technology and innovation. Tel Aviv boasts more technological startups per capita than any other city in the world. The city also enjoys the highest density of accelerators in the world, numerous world-ranking research universities, and global R&D centers, making it a global hub of innovative thinking. It is a city of great creative energy that can be felt in each and every corner.

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Jerusalem, the Holy City, occupies a special place in the hearts of people throughout the world.  Momentous events that took place in this city shaped the basis for Western civilization. It was in Jerusalem that the foundations were laid for the monotheistic belief in Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

Jerusalem has never ceased to hold a mystical fascination for mankind. Spread out gracefully upon the crest of the Judean hills which divides the desert from the sea, it has always stood aloof from the hustle and bustle of the main thoroughfares through the Holy Land. Yet all those who down the ages sought to contemplate its beauty made the ascent not wearily but with joy.  Millions have trodden the paths, the steps, the roads and the highways which make their way round Judea’s gentle slopes, winding through its enchanting landscape of richest gold and green, up to the Eternal City.

Jerusalem is archaeology and art, sacred sites and superb shopping, panoramic sun-swept promenades and moonlight concerts under the stars, classic dining and fast food restaurants, daytime walking tours and night club entertainment.

Unique attractions in the city include: The Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Via Dolorosa, Moslem and Jewish Quarters, the Al-Aksa Mosque, the Western Wall, to name a few.

The Dead Sea, known in Hebrew as Yam Ha-Melakh (the Sea of Salt) is the lowest point on earth. It’s surrounded by the stunning landscape of the Negev Desert. The shores of the Dead Sea are the lowest point on the surface of the earth. The saline waters of the lake means no fish can survive in the salty waters, hence the name. The other result of the salty water is their renowned health and healing properties of the mud. You can also float naturally in them. There are tours to the Dead Sea available from across Israel which allow you to experience this yourself. Alternatively, staying at a Dead Sea Hotel provides additional spa and treatment experiences.

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Masada is not only important because it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site or an ancient fortress occupying a breathtaking, strategic location high on a flat plateau above the Dead Sea, but because of its symbolic importance of determination and heroism which continues to this day with many Israeli soldiers sworn in here.

This mountain is one of the greatest archaeological sites in Israel and, perhaps, across the world. Its dramatic ascent can now be made by cable-car, but the drama and imagery that this site portrays is no less powerful than it ever was. Many people opt to join a Masada tour, enjoying a guide who will bring the site to life.

Nazareth, or Natsrat as its name is pronounced in Hebrew, is the cradle of Christianity, the city where, according to tradition, the angel Gabriel told Mary that she would conceive by the power of the Holy Spirit, and the place where Jesus spent his childhood and youth. This makes it an important site for pilgrims and tourists, coming to visit the Basilica of the Annunciation.
Nazareth, in the lower Galilee, is located in the heart of a valley surrounded by mountains that embrace several of the most important Christian sites in the world. This is a city of religion and faith, of spirituality and holiness, but also a city with a rich history, fascinating archeology, modern culture and Middle Eastern charm.

A blend of faiths and cultures – See the “Cradle of Christianity” come alive before you.