Hallmarks of History in Israel

Solo
Solo
10 - 11
days

Immerse yourself in the ancient history of Israel, stretching into the past with rich archaeological sites, ruins of former kingdoms, and well-preserved landmarks.

In this trip

  • CultureCulture
  • Great FoodGreat Food
  • Night LifeNight Life
  • Historic PlacesHistoric Places
  • BeachesBeaches

Trip itinerary

  • 1

    Tel Aviv, Israel

  • 2

    Jerusalem, Israel

  • 3

    Caesarea, Israel

  • 4

    Safed, Israel

  • 5

    Acre, Israel

  • 6

    Tel Aviv, Israel

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Things to do in and around Tel Aviv

  • Tel Aviv
  • 110674-Tel-Aviv
  • Eretz Israel Museum
  • Rothschild ‎Blvd. Tel-Aviv-שדרות רוטשילד
  • Camel Market
  • Haifa
  • Masada
  • Old Photo of Beit HaIr, Tel Aviv
  • Tel Aviv: Diaspora Museum
  • Old Port, Jaffa
  • Nahalat Binyamin market
  • Shade
  • Day 3 - Beer Sheba
  • Untitled
  • Dead Sea
  • Nazareth
  • Zichron Yaakov
  • Tiberias טבריה
   
1

Tel Aviv

Israel, Central region

FoodCultureBeachesNight lifeHistoric3 nights

Israel's second largest city boasts world-class museums, incredible cuisine, stunning beaches, and the country's best nightlife.

Tel Aviv as a new city was founded in 1909 by Jewish immigrants on the outskirts of the ancient port city of Jaffa. The modern city's first neighborhoods had already been established in 1886, the first being Neve Tzedek. Immigration by mostly Jewish refugees meant that the growth of Tel Aviv soon outpaced Jaffa's, which had a majority Arab population at the time. Tel Aviv and Jaffa were merged into a single municipality in 1950, two years after the establishment of the State of Israel. Tel Aviv's White City, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, comprises the world's largest concentration of International Style buildings (Bauhaus and other related modernist architectural styles).
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Things to do in and around Jerusalem

  • Old City of Jerusalem
  • Jerusalem - ירושלים
  • Western Wall
  • Israel Museum
  • Walking the Wall
  • Masada
  • Dead Sea
  • 2nd TAKE Tower of David, Old City of Jerusalem
  • Israel-Yad Vashem Picture Wall
  • Tower of David museum - Jerusalem
  • Garden beside St. Anne's_2255
  • Day 3 - Beer Sheba
  • Haifa
  • City Center Jerusalem
  • Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem
  • Bible Lands Museum- Jerusalem
  • Machaneh Yehuda 3
  • Nazareth
  • Netanya, Israël - 2008
  • mt. of olives.jpg
  • Tiberias טבריה
  • Zichron Yaakov
   
2

Jerusalem

Israel, Jerusalem region

HistoricCultureFoodNight life3 nights

A vibrant city rooted in the three major religions, Jerusalem offers a unique experience of history, religion, culture, and modernity.

Jerusalem is located on a plateau in the Judean Mountains between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea, is one of the oldest cities in the world. In the ancient cuneiform, Jerusalem was called "Urusalima", meaning "City of Peace", during the early Canaanite period (approximately 2400 BC). It is considered holy to the three major Abrahamic religions—Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
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Things to do in and around Caesarea

  • Caesarea
  • Ruins
  • Caesarea
  • Caesarea
  • Haifa
  • Sea of Galilee
  • Tiberias טבריה
  • Shade
   
3

Caesarea

Israel, Northern region

Historic1 night

With one of the most important archaeological sites in the region, this stunning seaside city is the perfect mix of ancient and modern.

Caesarea is a town in Israel located mid-way between Tel Aviv and Haifa on the Israeli coastal plain near the city of Hadera. The town was built by Herod the Great about 25–13 BCE as the port city Caesarea Maritima. It served as an administrative center of Judaea Province of the Roman Empire, and later the capital of the Byzantine Palaestina Prima province during the classic period. Following the Muslim conquest in the 7th century, in which it was the last city to fall to the Arabs, the city had an Arab majority until Crusader conquest. It was re-populated in 1884 by Bosniak immigrants, who settled in a small fishing village.
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Things to do in and around Safed

  • View of Safed
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  • Haifa
  • Sea of Galilee
  • Tiberias טבריה
  • Shade
   
4

Safed

Israel, Northern region

Small townsHistoric1 night

Perched on a mountain in northern Israel, this ancient city has been the center of Jewish mysticism since the 16C.

Safed is a city in the Northern District of Israel. Located at an elevation of 900 metres (2,953 ft), Safed is the highest city in the Galilee and in Israel. Due to its high elevation, Safed experiences warm summers and cold, often snowy, winters. Since the 16th century, Safed has been considered one of Judaism's Four Holy Cities, along with Jerusalem, Hebron and Tiberias; since that time, the city has remained a center of Kabbalah, also known as Jewish mysticism. Due to its mild climate and scenic views, Safed is a popular holiday resort frequented by Israelis and foreign visitors.
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Things to do in and around Acre

  • Akko
  • Akko
  • P1090628
  • Acre
  • Haifa
  • Sea of Galilee
  • Tiberias טבריה
  • Shade
   
5

Acre

Israel, Northern region

HistoricFoodBeachesSmall towns1 night

A magical place where it seems time has stood still, this port city is home to a rich mix of Christian, Muslim, and Jewish history.

Acre is a city in the northern coastal plain region of the Northern District, Israel at the northern extremity of Haifa Bay. The city occupies an important location, as it sits on the coast of the Mediterranean, traditionally linking the waterways and commercial activity with the Levant. Acre is one of the oldest sites in the world. Historically, it was a strategic coastal link to the Levant. During the Crusades it was known as St. John d'Acre after the Knights Hospitaller, who had their headquarters there. Acre is the holiest city of the Baha'í Faith, and as such gets many Baha'i pilgrims.
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Things to do in and around Tel Aviv

  • Tel Aviv
  • 110674-Tel-Aviv
  • Eretz Israel Museum
  • Rothschild ‎Blvd. Tel-Aviv-שדרות רוטשילד
  • Camel Market
  • Haifa
  • Masada
  • Old Photo of Beit HaIr, Tel Aviv
  • Tel Aviv: Diaspora Museum
  • Old Port, Jaffa
  • Nahalat Binyamin market
  • Shade
  • Day 3 - Beer Sheba
   
6

Tel Aviv

Israel, Central region

FoodCultureBeachesNight lifeHistoric1 night

Israel's second largest city boasts world-class museums, incredible cuisine, stunning beaches, and the country's best nightlife.

Tel Aviv as a new city was founded in 1909 by Jewish immigrants on the outskirts of the ancient port city of Jaffa. The modern city's first neighborhoods had already been established in 1886, the first being Neve Tzedek. Immigration by mostly Jewish refugees meant that the growth of Tel Aviv soon outpaced Jaffa's, which had a majority Arab population at the time. Tel Aviv and Jaffa were merged into a single municipality in 1950, two years after the establishment of the State of Israel. Tel Aviv's White City, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, comprises the world's largest concentration of International Style buildings (Bauhaus and other related modernist architectural styles).
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