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As people look towards the future and the possibilities that 2023 holds, it’s time to start planning your next adventure. What better place to visit than the vibrant, diverse, and endlessly fascinating country of Israel. From the bustling streets and nightlife of Tel Aviv to the ancient corridors of Jerusalem, Israel offers something for everyone. Whether you’re a history buff, a beach lover, culture seeker or a foodie, you’ll find it all here. So, pack your bags, grab your camera, and get ready to discover why Israel should be at the top of your travel list for 2023.
Source: The Israel Ministry of Tourism – “Look towards the future and the possibilities that 2023 holds”
The Dome of the Rock is an Islamic shrine and UNESCO World Heritage Site, sacred to both Jews and Muslims.
Source: Jerusalem: Dome Of The Rock Replica Stirs Controversy – I24NEWS
Jerusalem, a holy city that hosts many historical, archaeological and religious attractions, reopened on Monday to vaccinated foreign visitors as the COVID-19 control is loosened.
Source: Jerusalem reopens to tourists as COVID-19 control loosened
If you are planning to visit the Middle East soon then take a look at some of the best countries to check out.
Source: Love Travelling? Then Check Out These Middle Eastern Countries For Sure
The Scottish Mail on Sunday’s Philip Lancaster visits Razzouk Tattoo, which has been tattooing Christian pilgrims since the year 1300.
Source: Discovering Jerusalem – and the oldest tattoo parlour in the world
An hour’s drive from Tel Aviv, Jerusalem is an old, sombre, sepia-tinted land that takes you back to about a dozen historical empires and several hundred years…
Source: ‘There’s something about Jerusalem you can’t turn away from’: the 3,000-year-old city is history in motion
From the blog of Stephen Marshal at The Times of Israel…
Source: Israel – the Holy Land of tourist attractions
Jerusalem – Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls
This month the writer was fortunate to attend a Women Leader’s Trade Mission to Israel, with 40 diverse and fabulous Australian women, organised by the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce; her group spent four days in Jerusalem and four days in Tel Aviv.