"We’ll start from visiting Tzipori one of the most exciting national parks in Israel. We’ll walk through the well-preserved Roman streets to visit houses and villas of Jewish nobility lived here 18 hundreds years ago. We’ll stroll down the Roman Main Street to the Nile House where gorgeous mosaic depicts the Nile River Festival. And just nearby – the Amazonas – full of fierce energy and ready to fight. Another highlight is the “Mona Lisa of Galilee” with her enigmatic smile created with hundreds of small stones in dozens of natural shades she peers out from the distant past. We’ll visit the sixteen hundred years old Synagogue which mosaics still full of life tell us the Biblical story in dynamical pictures flourishing with color and life. And finally
Biblical Highlights of the Galilee On A Small Group Tour From Tel Aviv
"Starting with pick-ups from your hotel in Tel-Aviv our small group begins the 2 hour drive north along the coastal highway towards Nazareth passing along the way lush green landscapes and a wonderful view of the Mediterranean as well learning on the cities and places you will pass by as you prepare for the rest of the trip. The very first site we will explore in the historic city of according to the New Testament Jesus spent most of his childhood is the Basilica of the Annunciation – a breathtaking church located in the center of the city and is believed to be built on the house of the Virgin Mary and Joseph parents of Jesus.From there a short walk to the nearby St. Joseph’s church - that stands where once Mary's husband Joseph lived and worked as a carpenter
"Departing Tel Aviv our journey takes us through the Judean Hills and on to the Dead Sea the lowest point on planet Earth. Along the way we pass the Qumran caves where the Dead Sea scrolls were found. We stop to visit a Dead Sea cosmetics shop before continuing our journey south along the shores of the Dead Sea to Massada. We ascend by cable car and visit the impressive mountaintop fortress that was once home to King Herod; we visit the remains of the wall palaces and synagogue and learn the heroic story of of the zealots that managed to fend off the Roman army before committing mass suicide. After our historical trip to the fortress we descend by cable car and drive to one of shores of the Dead Sea for an opportunity to float in its mineral-rich water
To me, the Azrieli Centre represents the beginning of the 'new' for Tel Aviv, with its deeply impressive iconic architecture sprouting up besides the freeway.
Originally planned to be three buildings...
Shenkin in other words is the "Soho" of Tel Aviv. A place of the youth, an artists street and an heaven for the shopping lovers.
The street, consists of houndreds of shops and cafes is located in the...