Resorts and cities in Israel

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Cities in Israel region

Eilat

Eilat

Eilat is a port in Israel, on the Red Sea shore. It is renowned as a spa resort, it demonstrates benefiting from the warm, marine climate, with high salinity, beneficial for respiratory recovery and various diseases.


Jerusalem

Jerusalem

Jerusalem is an ancient city in the historical region of Palestine (for Hebrew and Christian "Holy Land" or "Land of Israel"), the Middle East, considered holy city in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Located in the mountains of Judah, between the Mediterranean and the north shore of the Dead Sea, modern Jerusalem is one of the most beautiful and most famous cities in the Middle East, a place which for millennia have led wars and fierce battles. Those who visit Jerusalem today will find a city in far too much has changed little from what it looks like centuries ago.


Haifa

Haifa

Haifa is the third largest city in Israel - after Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Haifa is part of the Haifa Metropolitan Area, the second or third most populous metropolitan area in Israel.


Ramat Gan

Ramat Gan

Ramat Gan is located in the Gush Dan metropolitan area, east of Tel Aviv. It is bounded on the north by the Yarkon River, and on the east by Bney Brak. In the southwest it borders on the city of Givatayim.


Israel

Israel

Israel is a parliamentary republic located in the Middle East along the eastern shore of the Mediterranean. It borders with Lebanon in the north, Syria in the northeast, Jordan and the West Bank in the east, Egypt and the Gaza Strip. Israel also called the Holy Land is the territory in which the biblical events, described by Tanakh, the Old Testament, the New Testament, or the Koran, took place.


Cities in Tel Aviv region

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is, after Jerusalem, the largest city in Israel, economic, business and culture of the country. It is a city with a pace and rhythm of life with many places of entertainment. Here are the main offices of banks and Israeli newspapers also half of large companies and jobs of a quarter of the working population of Israel.