Come to Herzliya and enjoy its cafes, beaches and coral reefs.
Shopping, Cafés and Beaches
One of the largest markets in Tel Aviv is also one of the most exciting, a dizzying collection of food and clothing vendors, full of noise, color and energy.
Swim in the Mediterranean Sea, surf the waves, play a game of beach volleyball and enjoy the relaxing nightlife vibe of this popular beach at the heart of Tel Aviv.
Enjoy a stroll along the boardwalk, dine out in style and then party with the locals at a trendy club in Tel Aviv’s reinvented former port.
This architectural gem of a museum houses some of the finest art collections in the Middle East, from classic to contemporary.
Browse markets and galleries, watch a unique theater show or simply enjoy the views of the Mediterranean at one of the most famous ancient ports in the world.
Find your own patch of sand on one of the loveliest beaches in Tel Aviv, a waterfront destination popular among both tourists and locals.
Our journey begins with the Panoramic overview of the Old City and new city of Jerusalem. Drive along the Kidron Valley, view the Garden of Gethsemane, the walls of the Old City and Mt.
Visit the Diaspora museum; Drive around the main streets of Tel-Aviv, center of business and entertainment of Israel; Also known as the “White City”, Tel-Aviv was declared by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage site for its Bauhaus style buildings.
Enjoy an all-encompassing day tour through ancient and modern Jerusalem. Take in a panoramic view from the Mount of Olives and visit highlights in the Old City and New City alike. Your expert guide enlightens you on the area's diverse history as you discover all Jerusalem offers.
Explore the north of Israel in a full-day tour to the region's most famous biblical towns. Visit Nazareth, the place of Jesus' childhood, and journey through other significant settlements where he taught and performed miracles.
Walk through the extensive Roman-era ruins at Masada, then go floating on the therapeutic waters at the lowest point on the surface of the Earth. See the Qumran Caves and learn about the history of the Dead Sea Scrolls on your day-long tour from modern Israel back through 2,000 years of history.
We travel up the Mediterranean coastline will include a number of diverse stops the first of which is Caesarea, the port city built by King Herod in the first century BCE, expanded during the Byzantine period, destroyed during the Arab conquest and rebuilt by the Crusaders.