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Biggest City Israel

Facts about Israel, Biggest city What are the name of the biggest city Israel, and how big are city by population. Easy overview of the informations...

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Located on the Mediterranean Coast, Ashdod is located between Tel Aviv and Ashkelon, while also being a short trip to Jerusalem. It is Israel’s most important port city and serves as the region’s industrial center as well. About 60% of the imported goods Israel brings in come through this city. It may be a modern marvel, but Ashdod is also a historical wonder. The Canaanites built one of their first cities here in the 17th century BC. The modern city was...


Located along the southern Mediterranean Coast of Israel, Ashkelon is just 13km north of the Gaza Strip. It is an ancient seaport, originally settled during the Neolithic Age, and many of its historical remnants can be found in the various archaeological sites and museums in and around the city. One of the most unique stops in the city is the old city gate that has been restored. Built by the Canaanites, the structure is more than 3,500 years old. You’ll be...


Located centrally in the Negev Desert, Beersheba began its story as a Bedouin encampment. For centuries, even when the cities of ancient Israel were thriving, the desert climates here made it difficult for any permanent settlement to survive. It wouldn’t be until the Ottoman Turks came in the early 1900s that the city would begin to modernize. Even then, Beersheba wouldn’t really begin to grow until the end of the second world war and the conclusion of conflicts with Egypt. You’ll want...


Eilat with a population of 50.000 is Israel's southernmost city, a busy port and popular tourist resort at the northern tip of the Red Sea, on the Gulf of Aqaba.  Eilat averages 360 sunny days a year, so if you do not get any sun during your vacation - do not visit the casino. Eilat is adjacent to the Egyptian village of Taba to the south, the Jordanian port city of Aqaba to the east, and within sight of Saudi Arabia to the south-east. Swimming with the dolphins Are you planning a holiday in Eilat? Then you know that the Red Sea is the one...


Many people come to Israel as part of a spiritual or religious experience. The three major Abrahamic religions of the world are centered here, after all. Haifa offers an alternative. It is home to the Baha’I World Center, which is a world heritage site and a pilgrimage destination in its own right. Yet the atmosphere, coastal location, and local culture all provide their own contributions to the experience of a visit here. There are nearly 20km of shoreline to explore and...

Israel is a nation that is filled with opportunities to embrace the past. For many, a visit here is an opportunity to tap into their spiritual side, retracing the steps of famous figures like Jesus, Mohammad, or Abraham.

It is also a country that is geographically diverse despite being relatively small in size.

One of the most famous sites to visit in Israel is the Wailing Wall, which 68% of all visitors to this nation visit at least once during their stay.

Visiting Jerusalem often means visiting sacred sites and museums. The modern vibe in Tel Aviv gives visitors access to beaches and an upbeat nightlife while they enjoy the White City. Beach resorts in Eilat are the perfect way to relax, especially for those who enjoy scuba diving, golden sands, and lazy afternoons underneath warm sunshine.

History can be found in many different locations throughout Israel. From the Mount of Olives to the Masada ruins near the Dead Sea, you can go as far as you want off the beaten track. Planned tours are available to help you enjoy your trip or pilgrimage or you can strike out and explore on your own if you prefer. Hiking, biking, and other adventures are all available.

Israel has the highest number of museums per capita in the world today. Explore the beautiful streets of the Old City, tap into your spirituality, and enjoy a strawberry sunset before calling it a day. When you leave your footprints here, you will also become part of its extensive history.

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