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Fauzi Azar Hostel – The Full Video Guide

When you’re in Israel – Tel Aviv and Jerusalem may be high on your list of places to visit. And while there is much to see in the big cities – there’s a quiet oasis waiting for you in the hills of the north. Nazareth is an ancient city with biblical significance,
so go ahead – plan a few days for a trip to Nazareth.

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The Full Sinai Travel Guide

The Sinai peninsula is an incredible part of the Middle East. It is vast, interesting, and full of stunning places to visit. Simply referred to as “Sinai,” this part of Egypt is sometimes compared to Mars, because of its red jagged mountains and sandy features. But unlike Mars, Sinai is home to pristine Sinai beaches that are excellent locations for snorkeling, scuba diving, and kite surfing.

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Judean Desert Ein Gedi
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The Judean Desert – What To Do, See & Expect

The Judean Desert is a stunning wilderness stretching from East Jerusalem to the Dead Sea, where it meets the Negev in the south. This breathtaking expanse, referred to as Yeshimon (desert or wildland), is laden with mountains, deep ravines, sweeping dunes, and bundles of rock, intersected with pockets of lush greenery and seasonal streams.

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The Old City: Ultimate Guide to the Quarters of Jerusalem

The Old City of Jerusalem is arguably one of the most exciting, historical, and controversial places in the world. For thousands of years, Jerusalem has been the epicenter of religious events, and the city has been conquered and ruled by many different groups of people. Today, the Old City is divided into quarters, and these quarters of Jerusalem represent the different religious and ethnic groups that have lived in the walled-in city for centuries.

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Best of the West Bank tour video guide
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Best of the West Bank tour – Video Guide

Israel is beautiful, it has ancient history, delicious food, and it’s lively. But Israel is also complicated. Take the West Bank for example. The West Bank is home to the Palestinian people, it has ancient sites that are holy to Arabs and Christians, and has modern-day cities that are colorful and thriving.

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All the Best Sites for Diving in Eilat

Israel’s southernmost city of Eilat, resting in the Negev Desert, is located on the cusp of the Red Sea—and with year-round sunshine, a glistening waterfront, tax-free shopping, and effervescent nightlife, it’s no wonder the city is a magnet for both locals and tourists. Temperatures easily surpass 100°F in summer, but thankfully, the water is always within reach to cool down.

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Undiscovered Middle-East Paradise: The Sinai Beaches

The Middle East is unlike any region in the world, and on your next trip to Israel, you can easily visit other incredible countries. And while the beaches of Tel Aviv might be some of the best you’ll find just about anywhere, down in neighbouring Egypt, the Sinai beaches offer a quiet and peaceful getaway on the stunning Red Sea.

When you think of Egypt, you might think of ancient pyramids and the tombs of pharaohs, but the Sinai peninsula is a distinct part of the country which provides travelers with a different experience. In Sinai, you’ll find quiet and pristine beaches along the Red Sea, world-class diving sites, coral reefs, resorts, and several unique cities. Because of all it has to offer, it’s very common for travelers from Israel to cross the southern land border to visit Sinai.

Interested in visiting the Sinai beaches and cities on your next trip to Israel? Here’s everything you need to know.

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best time to go to israel
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Weather in Israel – Winter VS Summer. When Is the Best Time To Go to Israel?

Israel is synonymous with its magnificent weather that holds up for most of the year, meaning the best time to go to Israel is any time!. Even in the winter, sunshine is known to break through the clouds and gleam its light across regions north to south of the country. Also, Israel’s temperatures by month vary, depending on the region and time of year.

You may think summer is the best time to go to Israel and you’re not wrong, but the winter months are just as enthralling and are a welcome opportunity to escape the sweltering heat the summer months bring. With many sites and cultural landmarks to explore, there are also many special events to attend that time of year.

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abraham day trips from tel aviv
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Abraham Day Trips From Tel Aviv

Abraham Tours offers affordable, expert-led day trips from Tel-Aviv spanning the entire country and nearby regions. Whether it’s day trips to discover the sights, smells, and history of a new city, or a three-day tour delving deeper into the magnificent regions this spellbinding country has to offer, we have it all!

There really is no better way to explore this breathtakingly beautiful land than with Abraham’s trips department from Tel Aviv. Here’s a taster of what awaits.

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