Things to do in Israel

We spent a few weeks travelling through Israel, exploring the country’s most important sights, beautiful landscapes, and exciting cities.

We hope to inspire others to see Israel beyond the conflict, beyond the politics, and as a destination that is unique and extraordinary. A wonderfully complex country with so much to offer.

Meet the People of Israel

While you contemplate the extraordinary historical events that shaped this land over millennia, stop to admire the diversity of people who continue to influence the identity of this unique country.

The Old City of Jerusalem

While predominantly Jewish, faith in Israel comes in many forms, and in the Old City of Jerusalem, it shares very close quarters.

Pilgrimage to the Holy City

They come to complete a spiritual journey, visit the sites where Jesus walked, see and touch the physical manifestations of their faith, and connect personally to the Holy Land.

Visit the Most Important Holy Sites in Jerusalem Old City

Religion is an integral feature of Israel, and faith has played a central role in shaping Israel’s history as well as its current culture and lifestyle.

Temple Mount

The Temple Mount, known to Muslims as the Haram esh-Sharif (Noble Sanctuary), is one of the most important holy sites in the world.

Dome of the Rock

The site of the Dome of the Rock holds great significance for both Muslim and Jewish faiths. The connection between both derives from beliefs around the creation of the world.

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