A country with a rich history, it’s hard not to be touched when visiting Israel. Breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, striking canyons and the Dead Sea all make it a fascinating country to visit. Perhaps its most famous city is Jerusalem, the country’s spiritual capital that’s been rebuilt countless times over thousands of years. The walled city is the end destination of numerous pilgrimages throughout the year, and despite being informed by its past, it also has countless modern restaurants, art galleries and bars.
Tel Aviv is a vibrant city that never sleeps, and it’s no wonder that it’s recently been dubbed ‘The Mediterranean Capital of Cool’ by the New York Times. Situated on the West Coast of Israel, Tel Aviv is the perfect combination of charming port town and buzzing capital city. From striking street art, to UNESCO rated architectural sites, Tel Aviv has a wide range of attractions on offer, as well as a buzzing night life and multiple great restaurants. Dating back to only 1909, it’s no wonder that Tel Aviv is the most modern of cities, and it is certainly worth checking out its ‘White City’, a collection of over 4000 buildings built with a strong Bauhaus component that receive world-wide praise.