Israel – welcome to the Holy Land!
A wide range of architectural monuments, the coast of three seas, medical resorts and, of course, the religious history of the whole people make Israel one of the most popular states for travel. The Holy Land, attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists.
When travelling to Israel, it is worth remembering that this is a religious country, it requires respect for its culture and customs. Any country guide will tell you that in Israel they observe Shabbat and do not recommend tourists to enter religious centres in shorts and T-shirts. Hundreds of thousands of pilgrims come here from all over the world to see Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth and Haifa.
The purpose for other travellers is health tourism. The dead sea, combined with the eastern sun, local mud and clean air, amazes many with its healing properties. The most popular places for those who want to improve their health are the hot springs of Hamat Gader, the basins of Hamey Gaash and Arad.
Eilat is also known as one of the main Israeli places of interest. Tourists can explore the coral reefs, a large underwater aquarium, a dolphin reef and the attraction, the King's City biblical theme park. And, of course, it is worth visiting Tel Aviv with its vibrant nightlife. On the map of the city you can find a variety of entertainment venues, famous restaurants and stunning beaches. When getting around the country, it's better to use such transport, like buses, trains and taxis.
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