Jewish Tours to Israel – Why you must visit these places?
Do you want to visit the Holy Land of Abraham? But feel hesitant because you have never been to Israel before or know almost nothing about the country. Then GS Travel the answer to all the questions you have. It has a team of professional tourist guides and people who are passionate about Israel tourism and work hard to help the travelers, especially if they are coming for the first time or have a family with them.
Israel is full of rich religious heritage and culture that promotes harmony between different religions that can change your life in so many amazing ways. Once you land here, the staff at GS Travel will greet you and help you in every possible way to make your journey hassle-free and pleasant.
Here are some of the places, you can visit in Israel, but if you have someplace specific in your mind, feel free to request a customized itinerary for a more personalized experience.
Masada is one of the most visited places in Israel. The main tourist attraction here is an ancient fortress, strategically built on a high location above the Dead Sea. The fortress was built in the year 30 BCE by King Herod and has left the mark of courage and martyrdom. In the year 72, Romans besieged Masada, and in the next year, the 960 Jewish Zealots decided to commit mass suicide rather than falling into the hands of Romans.
The remains of the fortress are well-preserved to pay the tribute to brave Jewish Zealots. From the fortress, you can experience the spectacular view of the Moab Mountains and the Dead Sea.
City of David
Many tourists love to have a panoramic view of the old city of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. You can visit the tomb of King David and offer prayers when reaching Mount Zion. Through the Zion gate, you can enter the old city. The Jewish Quarter in the old city has a complex of four Sephardic synagogues which were built back in the 17th century.
This is the place where Jews have prayed since the Temple was destroyed by the Romans in 70 CE. The wall was built by King Herod and have separate sections for men and women. Visiting the western wall doesn’t cost you anything and it is open all day long.
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