Hi, I'm an Israeli and I have been living in Spain for 10 years. I love to travel and I always take the opportunity to do so when I can. I'm not religious, but Jerusalem is a city that is so magical it can not be explained in words.
A hidden treasure in the Christian Quarter, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built around the area where Jesus spent his last hours (where he was crucified and buried) is an absolute must for you to visit. Christians are swirling
This relaxation centre located across the road from Jerusalem to Eilat (Highway 90), and a few kilometers from Masada is ideal for taking a dip in the Dead Sea, with its healing mud and pools of hot springs. Do not forget your
The city of Jesus was the ancient town of Galilee. It's located along the Sea of Galilee or Lake Tiberias, whose ruins were discovered in 1838 by Edward Robinson, a geographer. Taking a walk through the ruins is amazing. The remains
Climbing Masada at dawn is impressive, not only bcause of the silence, but also the change of light and the hundreds of people that experience a place steeped in so much cruel and heroic history. The change of light during the day,
Muslims believe that the rock in the center of the dome is the spot from which Muhammad ascended to heaven with the angel Gabriel to meet Allah. It is a holy place for Muslims. The Jews claim that is the place where Abraham was about
Beyond its historical / religious sights, Mount Olives is one of the best views in all of Jerusalem. To go up to the top, most people take a taxi, but you can also walk up, which takes 30 minutes from the center of the old town of
Around the border, you'll find Rosh Hanikra. It is a rocky promontory over the sea which has beautiful grottoes. The grottoes resulted from an ongoing geological process of thousands of years which created an opening in the rock.
This marvelous lake is formed by the descent of the Jordan River and to the east it's flanked by the Golan mountains, and to the north and west by Lower Galilee. The lake is 212 meters below the Mediterranean Sea's level. It's 21
It is the desire of every pilgrim to follow the footsteps of Jesus to the Holy Land especially the passing from the Praetorium to Calvary. This medieval Franciscan devotion is connected to the custom of the early Christians to tour
Regardless of religious beliefs, the Holy Land impresses. The intensity with which people live religion, politics... make it an extremely attractive place. Contrary to what you might believe, travel to Israel or the West Bank is not
This four star modern, comfortable restaurant has a nice dining room on the inside and covered terrace outside. They offer an elaborate buffet and some perfectly stationed tables.
Opened in 2000, the hotel was constructed around the
This restaurant whose name means, rich and tasty (we were told) was a great way to get started in the traditional local cuisine. While waiting for your dishes, you get a lot of salads and dips (hummus, tahini ...) to whet your hunger.
Jerusalem is a city that expands far beyond its walls. This restaurant is located outside of the historic center and is a fantastic example of kitchen history that's away from the hustle and bustle of Jerusalem. All the dishes are
If you spend a few days in Jerusalem, a city with little welcome for visitors is in Emek Refa'im (Main Street from neighborhood during German Ottoman period). There are cafes, restaurants and shops that are missing in the city center.
Along with its magnificent decor it offers a very nice environment, because along with its terrace it gives a calm air that make it seem that it is in a different zone than in one of the central streets of Tel Aviv. It is usually
The peaceful Nof Ginosar Kibbutz Hotel is located on the banks of the Sea of Galilee, just a 10 minute drive from the town Tiberias. It offers comfortable rooms overlooking the lake, gardens or mountains, and you have the
The Restaurante Pedro is close to the tourist attractions of Eilat, but it differs from the others because it offers a place that's so cozy that it's an awfully nice place for a good dinner. Home environment and the ability to mix
Tel Aviv boasts one of the best nightlifes. It´s full of bars and restaurants so even if you´re very tired after spending all day touring the city and hanging out on the beaches, you still have to give it a try and get out for some
I never tire of recommending this restaurant so I will tell you something very clearly: GO. The Humus restaurant is in the main part of the Carmel market. To be more specific, closer to Rothschild Avenue then the Neve Tzedek
The restaurant is a great alternative for lunch or dinner and is located in Shlomi Arazim, less than 5 minutes drive from Belzet. It is a modest restaurant run by a family of Lebanese Christian refugees following the Second Lebanon
For a quiet breakfast or brunch, this cafe is a great choice. The eggs benedict should be compulsory - absolutely delicious! If the weather permits, there's a terrace for outdoor dining, but the interior is also very welcoming.
Simply the best pitta in the entire city. Miznon is another place devised by Eyal Shani, famous Israeli chef (and star of the local Masterchef). He interprets street food with high quality, and fresh ingredients. Although prices are
This hotel oozes art everywhere, from its immense hall to outside the wall. It is one of the most comfortable, spacious hotels I have stayed in and it has a large and varied buffet. It has a rooftop terrace with tremendous views of
The rooms in this hotel offer the best view of Tel Aviv's skyline. We were on the 15th floor. The hotel is quite new, free wifi with excellent signal in the rooms and is just steps from the beach. The buffet is excellent and very
It is always an experience to stay in a kibbutz. The peaceful Nof Ginosar Kibbutz Hotel is situated on the banks of the Sea of Galilee, a 10 minute drive from Tiberias. The hotel has comfy rooms which overlook the lake, gardens and
The hostel was built in 2011 and is run by a very nice young couple and has been built almost almost entirely with very original furniture and a pleasant family touch. You can book activities in the Negev Desert Mitzpe Ramon and
Eilat is known for its beaches along the Red Sea, it is in the south of Israel so there are plenty of hotels that use this location to offer their products. Rimonim is one of them. It has spacious rooms with a very large buffett
Small boutique hotel, elegant, central, modern and full of little details that make small hotels well worth the visit. You can enjoy a coffee in the Quiet garden lounge or relax in the upper terrace overlooking Tel Aviv and the sea.
This hotel, restaurant or oasis of peace leaves you like new after an exhausting day in Jerusalem. The rooms are expensive, about 60 euros night. Go up to the terrace to see the sunset. Incredible views of the Rock and the entire old
If you want to stay near the Dead Sea, this spa hotel is a good choice, first because of its location, situated on a hill next to the Dead Sea which gives you a spectacular view of it and you are also very near the Ein Gedi Nature
Here you can do short-term apartment rentals (and they even speak Spanish) for less than what you would pay for a hotel. We rent apartments also for long periods and also offer properties for sale. The property is located in central
Situated in the city center overlooking the Mediterranean, this historic 30-story Isrotel Tower Tel Aviv All Suites Hotel is situated just five kilometers away from the Eretz Israel Museum. The Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport is 20