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Cheap Flight Tickets to Israel

Regarded by Jews, Muslims, and Christians as the biblical Holy Land, Israel is a Middle Eastern country located on the Mediterranean Sea. Christianity and Judaism originated here. The nation lies at the center of Middle Eastern history. Numerous civilizations including the Canaanites, the Israelites of the Old Testament, Romans, Greeks, Byzantines, Arabs, European crusaders, Turks, Mamelukes, and finally the Christians from Russia and Europe have left their mark on the region. In addition to its rich history and religious significance, Israel is home to several natural wonders such as Dead Sea, Ein Gedi Nature Reserve, Ramon Crater, Timna Park, Gan HaShlosha, Red Canyon, Coral reefs, and the Hula Valley. The country offers to culinary, cultural and shopping experiences as well. Visitors here can explore popular sites including Mar Saba Monastery, Masada, Bethlehem, Beit Shean, and Akko.

Popular Destinations in Israel

Jerusalem

Jerusalem is located on a plateau in the Judean Mountains between the Mediterranean Sea and the Dead Sea. With an array of religious and historical sites, Jerusalem is a one of the top destinations for tourists worldwide. The city is considered to be holy by followers of the three Abrahamic religions, Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. Among the oldest cities in the world, Jerusalem is where Jesus was crucified and rose again, where Prophet Mohammad proceeded to heaven, and where Jews constructed the First Temple to safeguard the Ark of the Covenant. The center of the city is demarcated as the Old City and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring four traditional quarters, namely, Christian, Muslim, Armenian, and Jewish. Major points of interest in Jerusalem are Western Wall, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Temple Mount, Al-Aqsa Mosque, Church of the Nativity, Yad Vashem, Tower of David, Israel Museum, City of David, and Tomb of the Virgin Mary.

Tel Aviv

Located on the Mediterranean coastline, Tel Aviv is also known as 'The White City.' The city was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Status in 2003. Tel Aviv with its golden beaches and vibrant cosmopolitan outlook, is the most modern metropolis in Israel. Most of the visitors come here to shop in enticing boutiques, soak up the sun, and enjoy delicious food at the renowned cafes and restaurants in the city. Visitors here can explore Kerem HaTeimanim, Tel Aviv Promenade, Carmel Market, Sarona, and Jaffa's Flea Market for shopping and culinary options. Tel Aviv is also replete with museums, entertainment venues, and art galleries such as Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot, Eretz Israel Museum, Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, Habima Theatre, Culture Palace, and more.

Nazareth

A former quaint Jewish village in Galilee, the bustling city with biblical history is among the main pilgrimage destinations in Israel. Nazareth is forever linked to Jesus. The city is considered to be the site of the Annunciation, and the place where the Christ was brought up. Visitors here can explore the Old City with its stone-paved alleys and crumbling Ottoman-era mansions, and the twisty old lanes of the vibrant bazaar area. History enthusiasts and pilgrims must not miss out on Basilica of the Annunciation, Mary's Well, Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation, St. Joseph's Church, White Mosque, and Synagogue Church.

Best Time to Visit Israel

The best time to book Israel flights is from April to May, when the weather is mild, and the country is not overcrowded. Cheap flights to Israel can be found from October to November.

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