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For many travelers, a trip to Israel is a lifelong dream come true. Use ebookers.com to book flights and accommodations to begin the trip of a lifetime.
Israel and the adjacent Palestinian territories offer many opportunities for travelers. Long thought to be an off-limits area to tourist because of decades of violence, millions of intrepid travelers visit Israel each year, hailing from all walks of life and cultural backgrounds. From lovely beaches to ancient ruins and holy areas, Israel and Palestine beckon.
Learn about Tel Aviv's architectural history through exhibits that focus on art and design.
Visit this reconstruction of Nazareth as it existed 2,000 years ago. Period actors lead visitors on guided tours through the village.
Discover the history of Israel's spa craze at this Turkish bath that dates back to Roman times.
This museum teaches visitors about the history of the Holy Lands through artefacts that date back to 6000 BC
Visit the Bethlehem church that marks the birthplace of Jesus Christ.
The Dead Sea Scrolls are kept at this shrine, and a nearby model depicts Jerusalem as it was almost 2,000 years ago.
This Japanese museum may seem out of place in Haifa, but it houses an extensive collection of art from medieval times to the current day.
Located below the Quarter cafÃ© in the Jewish Quarter, this house was recently excavated after being buried when the Romans burned the town in 66 AD
Walk the 30-minute route that Jesus was said to have travelled as he carried his cross.
This memorial and its large exhibition halls are dedicated to the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust.
This bohemian neighbourhood sits in the centre of Tel Aviv just a couple of blocks from Allenby Street.
This modern art museum hosts multimedia exhibits created by local artists.
Four miles away from Nazareth sits an ancient city full of gorgeous mosaics that most visitors are unaware of.
Just north of Eliat is a little-known place where you can find a flock of more than 300 flamingos that stay in the area all year-long.
A pretty little garden containing several bronze statues is located up the hill from the Bahai Shrine.
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If you are planning to spend a significant amount of time outdoors while you are in Israel, a good time to visit is either late spring or early autumn to avoid extreme temperatures and rainfall. Summer heat is oppressive and can reach 40Â°C in Eliat, and Jerusalem temperatures dip to 6 degrees during January. If you will be indoors or don't mind the weather, you can take advantage of off-season pricing during these times. Israel is full of festivities during the Jewish holidays, but almost everything carries a higher price tag during the holidays.
Mediterranean-influenced Israel offers climates that range from subtropical in northern and coastal areas to arid and dry in the southern and eastern regions of the country. Israel experiences a rainy season from October through May. A few higher peaks in Israel, such as the Golan Heights, experience some snow in the winter, but much of the country relies only on rain for its moisture. Temperatures range from 40 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit during the rainy season and from 65 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit during desert summers. Many travelers visit Israel during Jewish and Christian holiday seasons, which can lead to higher fares and rates due to lesser availability. Great deals can be found through ebookers.com during nonholiday periods.