Acre is one of the World Heritage Sites in Israel.
Arad has been blessed with beautiful landscapes, desert tranquility, and many walking trails.
Ashdod is Israel’s busiest cargo port and is where over 100,000 tourists enter and leave the country.
Ashkelon has become a tourist center, and offers new attractions alongside interesting archaeological sites.
The city is located on Israel's Mediterranean Sea coast, just south of Tel Aviv.
Beer Sheva is the largest city in Israel's Negev desert in the south of Israel. Often referred to as the "Capital of the Negev".
Bethlehem is a Palestinian city located in the central West Bank, south of Jerusalem, with a population of approximately 25,000 people.
Caesarea is a city of the past and the future. Caesarea offers tourists the archaeological remains of unique, impressive buildings and fortresses and modern golf courses.
The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth (417 meters below sea level, to be exact).
Eilat hotels are located just a few steps from the beach, the city center, the reef, the Underwater Observatory and many more sites.
The Galilee and Golan Heights showcase Israel’s main tourist centers, offering dozens of different sites.
Israel’s third largest city and one of its prettiest, Haifa has a lot to offer visitors. Haifa is the home of the World Center of the Bahai Faith.
Herzliya has three main features: popular beaches, an industrial zone with many hi-tech companies, and fine malls and stores.
Jerusalem, Israel's Capital, is situated in the centre of the country and was established as the Capital of the Kingdom of Israel 3,000 years ago.
Mitzpe Ramon was built on the edge of the largest of the Negev craters, between paths and cliffs, mountains and springs.
Nahariya is Israel’s northernmost coastal city and a pioneer among the newer settlements of the Western Galilee.
The city where the angel Gabriel told Mary that she would conceive by the power of the Holy Spirit, and where Jesus spent his childhood.
Netanya is a lively seacoast town situated on the Sharon coastal plain offering dozens of hotels and guesthouses.
Rehovot, one of the first communities founded in the modern State of Israel, is located in the center of the country.
Safed is a picturesque city of spiritual people and artists, wrapped in mysticism and mystery, and filled with religious atmosphere.
The Sea of Galilee (Kinneret) spreads out below the Arbel cliffs. It is about five miles long and two miles wide and offers many religious and tourist sites around its shores.
Tel Aviv (also called “Tel Aviv - Jaffa”) is a bustling city with shops, shopping malls, museums, art and culture and an exhilarating 24-hour buzz.
Tiberias is a city on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee (Kinneret) and boasts tourist and health sites.
Booking Israel is great source for tourist's information about hotels in Israel, guided tours to Israel, car rental in Israel as well as attractions and events throughout Israel.