Jerusalem Old City
Jerusalem, the capital city of the great Israel is considered to be among the most sacred places of the world, it’s divided by three religions, Islam, Christianity and Judaism. The ancient city is encompassed by stone walls which date back to the Ottoman periods and in it contains some of the holiest sites like the western wall which is the most visited site in Israel, it’s usually considered to be very holy especially to the Jews. In the ancient city also stand the holy sepulcher and the Dome Rock Church.
The mountain fortress of Masada stands on an isolated rock plateau in the south east of Israel, overlooking the Dead Sea. It’s very famous for its rich Historical stories of more than its one thousand original inhabitants who committed suicide rather than conceiting defeat from their roman enemies. The major activity carried out in this place is riding on the cable car. You will also see the left remains of the settlements on the top of the plateaus plus the battery that the Romans built in effort of capturing the settlement.
The Sea of Galilee is ranked among one of the lowest seas of the world, it’s surrounded by a rich historical area and among them is the fact that Christianity sites most of its New Testament teachings from this region. There are many resultants Christian cites like the notable Capernaum and other citations that have a lot to do with the Sea of Galilee. Starters can takes some water sports activities or go for a boat trip on the enormous lake, you can also hike on some of the nearby hills and enjoy gazing at the amazing panoramas, and you can also cycle around the sea.