Check Out These Exiting Places When Taking One Of The Israel Tours

When you visit Israel, there are many things that you can do and see. In fact, there is so much to do and see that you might not be able to do everything in one trip. You will probably have to take multiple Israel Tours to take in all the sights. You are probably wondering where you should start. Visit the Old City of Jerusalem if you want a glimpse into the past. In this area you can visit the Dome of the Rock. The history of this city goes back more than 2,000 years. There are four quarters to the city. The city is divided into Jewish, Christian, Armenian, and Muslim quarters. In order to get a feel for the city, it’s advisable to visit each quarter.

You can also take a dip in the Dead Sea when you visit Israel. The sea is so salty that plants and fish aren’t able to sustain themselves in it. People love to swim in the sea because it is easy to float. Because of the composition of the water, people simply float on top of the water. You can also take time to visit the Ramon Crater that is located in the Negev desert. The crater is a product of natural erosion. Don’t forget about the Masada fortress. This is a fortress that goes back to the time of the Romans. In fact, it’s believed that King Herod himself built the fortress. If you are feeling adventurous, you can hike up the mountain to visit the structure. But there isn’t anything wrong with taking the cable car up to the top of the mountain if you don’t feel like hiking.

If you thought the Dead Sea was the only body of water you could enjoy in Israel, you thought wrong. You can also visit the infamous Red Sea. The sea’s water is incredibly clear and makes for great scuba diving. If scuba diving isn’t your thing, you can simply relax on the shores of the beach. And if you want to eat authentic Israeli food fresh from the market, take a trip to the Carmel Market located in Tel Aviv.