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A trip to Israel should be one to remember and with so many important historical attractions it can be easy to plan!
The Old City of Akko is filled with churches and mosques and has amazing city walls. Napoleon, the Ottomans, the Crusaders and many other historical figures and groups form part of the city’s history. Now it is a mainly Arab city that has a busy market where you can pick up a few souvenirs and get to know some of the locals.
Christian pilgrimage sites are also popular in Israel and many can be found around Jerusalem. The Mount of Olives is just one of these but you can also pay a visit to the Garden of Gethsemane, the Tomb of the Virgin Mary and the Dome of the Ascension. The Old City of Jerusalem is filled with religious buildings that include the Christian Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Jewish Western Wall. Alternatively, why not hire a car and take a trip to Nazareth? This is the childhood home of Jesus and thousands of pilgrims visit each year. There are tiny cobbled streets and a souk where you can shop for souvenirs.
Despite the name, the Sea of Galilee is actually a lake located in the Jezreel Valley. There are churches surrounding the lake along with the Jewish city of Tiberias. There are beaches here considered to be perfect for a picnic but you could also make the most of your car rental and head to the beaches along the Mediterranean cost or those on the Red Sea. For a completely different experience head to the Dead Sea.
The Dead Sea is actually 400 metres below sea level and links Israel and Jordan. There is more salt and minerals in this stretch of water so you can literally just float in the water. There are several resorts here that make the most of the natural healing properties of the water and the mud. There are also strong Biblical connections here, with the Dead Sea Scrolls found at Qumran and the Masada palace of King Herod.
The Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum is a memorial to the six million people who died during the Holocaust. A trip here can help you to understand Jewish heritage and the history of Israel. This is a very large museum so make sure that you allow plenty of time for your visit here.