I love Israel

Blog posts about daily life in Israel and tips how to enjoy Israel as tourist or as new immigrant (oleh chadash).

Mount Hermon is also named Har Hermon in Hebrew, and it is a mountain cluster, including the southern end of the Lebanon Mountains. Its peak extends across the border between Syria and Lebanon, and its highest point is in Syria at 2814 meters above sea level. The southern slopes...
Safed or Tsfat is a northern city that is a central tourist attraction in Israel. Many tourists love visiting it because of its mystical atmosphere, its cobbled stone alleyways, the art, and the historical sites of this ancient and beautiful city. The first Jewish settlements in Safed date back...
Nahariya is the northernmost coastal city of Israel, and it has a growing population of more than 54 thousand inhabitants. This city is at the last stop of a train line, and it is close to Rosh HaNikra; Nahariya is featured by white sandstone caves and a vibrant atmosphere...
Akko, which is also known as Acre, has an ancient history, and it represents a milestone and historical landmark in the history of the Land of Israel. Indeed, the city of Akko is much more critical and important than other cities of Israel from the historical point of view....
The Galilee consists of one-third of Israel, and it is divided into three areas:聽Lower Galilee,聽Upper Galilee聽and聽Western Galilee. The landscape of Galilee is featured by hills and flat fertile plains, making it similar to Tuscany in Italy. Both the Sea of Galilee and the River Jordan are in the Galilee...
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