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ISRAEL CITIES: Interesting Historical Facts

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With the Mediterranean Sea and magnificent architectures for company, Israel happens to be another dream destination for avid travelers. From the historical cities to heritage sites, Israel is highly popular for its unique destinations and spectacular locations. If you are planning your vacations and looking for the most exciting destination, Israel will provide you with plenty of options to give it a shot.

Apart from anything else, it’s the historical and scenic Israeli cities enthralling tourists the most. Each of these cities has a unique and exceptional historical background, which makes them even more interesting to visitors.

In this blog, you will develop a rough idea of the historical legends associated with these locations and how they transform the entire tour experience into a highly enriching, satisfying, and fulfilling affair!

Catching glimpses of the historical background

Israel bears witness to some of the most remarkable historical incidents. The country has stood the test of time by undergoing massive changes right after World War II. With such a rich cultural heritage, the country has all that it takes to attract numerous tourists across the world. Here are some of the culturally and historically rich Israeli cities along with their special attractions.

  1. Jerusalem

Jerusalem happens to be the first name that comes to your mind when it boils down to immersing yourself in incredible Israel. With biblical references, this particular city offers a piece of Israel’s history. Ardent tourists and avid travelers will get to know a lot about world history by paying a visit to these destinations.

  1. Nazareth

Another historical city in Jerusalem, Nazareth exudes the quintessential Middle Eastern charm. From sites such as ‘Church of Annunciation’ and St. Joseph to Capernaum, Nazareth happens to be a historical entity in itself.

Associating with top tour operators will be all that you need. With targeted, personalized, and well-developed Israel petra tours, they will provide ample opportunities for fun and enjoyment to travelers.

  1. Haifa

With the magnificent beauty and breathtaking appearance of Haifa, tourists will have the most memorable and remarkable experience. Whether it’s the Baha Gardens or the ‘Shrine of the Bab’, there is simply no denying the magic created by these innumerable historical relics. Haifa is also home to German settlements. The presence of these settlements will transport you to the bygone era.

  1. Acre

Located at the northern-most tip of Haifa, Acre is another notable name in this list of historical cities. Quite like the other Israeli destinations and cities, Acre happens to be a perfect combination of scintillating beauty, fantastic ambiance, and a rich cultural and historical heritage.

If you wish to develop an idea about this place, associating with highly renowned tour planners will be the best thing to do. Choosing the Israel petra tours offered by Mantis Tours is all that you need to do.

Final word

Tours at Israel can turn out to be highly engaging, exciting, and entertaining if you build associations with the right tour partners. Mantis Tours will take you back in time, thus providing crystal clear insights into its rich historical heritage.

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Author: Mantis Tours & Travel

Mantis Tours & Travel is a leading Israel tour operator, specializing in the planning, organizing and conducting guided tours in Israel, Jordan and Egypt. Our company employs highly experienced government licensed tour guides, and we offer tours in a wide range of languages. All of our vehichles are modern top comfort and air-conditioned - approved by the Ministry of Tourism.

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