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  • What has not already been said about the holiest city in the world, the city that has been united, the eternal city first built thousands of years ago, whose history can be heard in the whispering of the wind along the walls, where every stone tells a wondrous story of a city that has drawn millions of faithful pilgrims for thousands of years. Such is Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, the only city in the world that has 70 names of love and yearning, the city that in old maps appears at the center of the world and is still adored like a young bride. Jerusalem is a city of overwhelming emotions, a city that promises a religious and spiritual experience, excitement and pleasure, interesting tours and entertaining adventures. Here, alongside Jerusalem’s fascinating historic and archeological sites, there are amazingly modern tourist attractions for all lovers of culture, the arts, theater and music, architecture and gastronomic delights.

  • Ben Gurion Int’l Airport is the largest and busiest international airport in Israel. Because of its proximity to Tel Aviv and its location within the metropolitan area of Tel Aviv, Ben-Gurion International Airport is often referred to as Tel Aviv International Airport, and it’s located on Highway 1, the main Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Highway, accessible by car or public transportation from Israel’s main cities.

  • The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth in any land, and has the highest concentration of salt in the world. This salt provides tremendous relief to the many ailing visitors who come here on a regular basis to benefit from its healing properties, this is the biggest natural spa in the world. The Dead Sea is a truly priceless national treasure with varied range of challenging activities (jeep and bicycle tours, camel tours and Bedouin hospitality, rappelling and more), alongside art and cultural activities (galleries and artists’ studios), and of course the unique agriculture, adapted to the local climate.