For all its fame, Jerusalem is a small town, with many faces and weighed down with history. It offers an enormous amount to see, whether visitors are interested in ancient history, religion or contemporary politics.
Known as the little town where Jesus Christ was born, is a spiritual center for all Christians and for humanity at large. Many sacred Christian sites, churches, and monasteries are located in the region.
Nablus is one of the major commercial, industrial and agricultural centers in the West Bank and many historical sites are located in the region. Nablus is also renowned
for its talented goldsmiths and its tasty oriental pastery.
Gaza is one of the most ancient and historic areas in the world, strategically located on the Mediterranean coastal route. Famous for its fresh seafood, the region is also famous for its hand-woven carpets, wicker furniture and pottery.
The Wilderness is rich in its natural and cultural heritage full of breathtaking views. It is considered as a center of monasticism since early Christianity and also one of the most important bird observation areas in the region.
At about 417m below sea level lies the Dead Sea, making it the lowest point on Earth and the world’s largest natural spa, with breathtakingly beautiful landscapes and extraordinary zoological and botanical riches.