#10 Church of the Holy Sepulcher

Church of the Holy Sepulcher

One of the great shrines of Christianity built on the spot where, according to the scriptures, Jesus Christ was crucified, buried, and resurrected. Crusaders fought for the temple and now and then it passed into the hands of the Christian and Muslim rulers

#9 Dead Sea

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is a unique resort on the planet, located in Israel. Dead Sea water is rich with salts, various minerals, and trace elements.

#8 Via Dolorosa

Via Dolorosa

Via Dolorosa is the road that Jesus walked from the place of judgment to Calvary. It has its origins in the Muslim Quarter near the Lions’ Gate. By now, fourteen stations have been canonized, where Jesus stopped on his way. A chapel or church is built at each stop.

#7 Tel Aviv Port

Tel Aviv Port

The rebuilt old port is now one of the most popular destinations in Tel Aviv. Early in the morning, people jog on its wooden platform. It also attracts cyclists and water sports enthusiasts. During the day, shopping lovers gather here because there is a variety of shops and boutiques.

#6 The Baha’i Gardens

The Baha’i Gardens

Ensemble of Baha’i Gardens is a part of the Baha’i Temple. Baha’i religion is very young but nevertheless it is widespread throughout the world. Baha’is believe in the world peace, and Baha’i Gardens embody the beauty and harmony that should reign after blissful changes.

#5 Armenian Quarter

Armenian Quarter

Armenian Quarter, located in the southwestern part of the Old Town, is about one-sixth of its territory. It is believed that it was the place of the palace of Herod the Great king. One of the main attractions of the Armenian Quarter is the Cathedral of St. James, dedicated to one of the twelve apostles of Jesus – James.

#4 Ein Gedi

Ein Gedi

The water is coming out through the cracks of limestone soils of the Judean Desert as a pure spring, forming around it a natural oasis, one of the finest in the Middle East. An amazingly delicious water of the spring is collected in a large pond, surrounded by green trees and bushes.

#3 Avshalom Cave

Avshalom Cave

The cave doesn’t impress with its giant size, although experts consider it the most beautiful of stalactite caves in the world. When water stops seeping into the cave, the cave becomes dead, the growth of stalactites and stalagmites stops and they turn white. When the water flows into the cave, amazing subterranean formations in the form of columns, organ pipes, fern leaves, jellyfish, and candles slowly change their shape.

#2 Jerusalem Biblical Zoo

Jerusalem Biblical Zoo

The Zoo is situated on 25 hectares of land in the south-west of Jerusalem. It is surrounded by spacious grassy lawns, charming shady corners, and a large lake. It has become a favorite place of visit for both tourists and locals.

#1 Shivta National Park

 Shivta National Park

The unique water system has been preserved in Shivta, as well as the ruins of South Church which functioned as the city’s cathedral and mosque.