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Tel Aviv Markets

Tel Aviv Markets

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Tel Aviv has a number of markets, offering a unique way to spend time, and the best way to find “real bargains”.

Bezalel Market

Bezalel Market in Tel Aviv is near the corner of King George and Allenby streets. Worth a visit especially because the abundance of picturesque falafel stalls.

Carmel Market in Tel Aviv

The Carmel Market, known in Israel as “Shuk Ha’Carmel”, located close to the new rennovated Hatachana Complex, is the city’s biggest marketplace, and a fascinating, enjoyable place to visit. It is basically one crowded narrow alley with long line of colorful stalls standing on either side, and where vendors proudly (and loudly) presenting their goods. Here you can find almost anything imaginable for the lowest prices in the city, from different kinds of bread and pastry to delicious olives, dried fruits and exotic spices.

Carmel Market It is also the best place to buy the freshest produce, whether it is fruits and vegetables, fish and poultry, cheeses or flowers. The first part of the market, coming from Allenby St, is mostly clothing and footwear stands, where lovely bargains can be found. The easiest way to enter the market is from where Allenby St meets King George and Sheinkin Streets.

However, it is also possible to get to the market from its other end near the Carmelit Bus Terminal. Take bus No 4, 1, 2, or any bus passing through Allenby St, and No 8, 24, 25, or any other going to the Carmelit Terminal.

Flea Market

Flea Market Tel AvivIn Jaffa, where one can find anything from second-hand clothes and shoes to antiques and household utensils, antique and modern furniture.

Timna Park: A Desert Wonderland in Southern Israel

Timna Park: A Desert Wonderland in Southern Israel

Timna Park is a unique and breathtaking desert park located in southern Israel. With its stunning geological formations, colorful landscapes, and rich history, Timna Park is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Israel. Geological Wonders One of the main attractions of Timna Park is its impressive geological formations. The park is home to a variety of unique rock formations, including the famous "Mushroom," a towering mushroom-shaped rock that stands over 15 feet tall. Visitors can also explore the stunning "Solomon's Pillars," towering sandstone columns that were once believed to be the remains of an ancient temple. Colorful Landscapes During the springtime, Timna Park is covered in a blanket of colorful wildflowers and plants, making it a great destination for nature lovers. Visitors can take a leisurely walk through the park's many trails, taking in the vibrant colors and breathtaking views. The park is also home to a variety of wildlife, including foxes, hyenas, and ibexes. Rich History Timna Park has a rich history that spans thousands of years. The park was once an important center for copper mining, and visitors can explore the many ancient mines and smelting sites that dot the landscape. The park is also home to a number of archaeological sites, including the remains of a 3,000-year-old temple and the "Egyptian Temple," a unique structure that is believed to have been built by ancient Egyptian miners. Activities and Amenities Timna Park offers a variety of activities and amenities for visitors of all ages. The park has a visitors' center where visitors can learn about the park's history and geology, as well as a gift shop and restaurant. There are also a number of picnic areas and campsites available for those who want to spend more time in the park. For those looking for adventure, Timna Park offers a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, and rock climbing. The park also has a lake where visitors can swim and kayak, as well as a zip-line and a ropes course for those seeking more thrills. Getting There Timna Park is located in southern Israel, about 17 miles north of the city of Eilat. The park is easily accessible by car or bus, and there is ample parking available on-site. Entrance fees vary depending on the season and type of activity, but are generally affordable. Conclusion Timna Park is a true gem in the heart of the desert, offering visitors a unique blend of natural beauty, rich history, and exciting activities. Whether you're a nature lover, a history buff, or an adventure seeker, Timna Park is a must-see destination in Israel.

Get Ready for Adventure: Exploring Israel by Car

Get Ready for Adventure: Exploring Israel by Car

Are you planning a trip to Israel? If so, why not rent a car and get ready to explore the country like never before? With a car, you can take your time and visit some of the most famous attractions in this beautiful land. Whether it's awe-inspiring archaeological sites, vibrant cities, or religious sites that call out to you, there is something for everyone in Israel. Let's take a look at some of the best places to visit when you rent a car and hit the road. Tel Aviv – The Modern Jewel of Israel Tel Aviv is known worldwide as one of the most modern cities in Israel, boasting nightlife, culture, innovative restaurants, shopping and more. When you visit Tel Aviv in your rental car, be sure to check out all that this city has to offer such as Old Jaffa with its winding alleyways and stunning views from atop HaTachana compound. You won’t want to miss out on taking pictures near Kikar Rabin or exploring Sarona Market by day or night. And don't forget about the beautiful beaches along the Mediterranean Sea! A big parking place near the Carmel Market, Old Train Station, Jaffa and in front of the Tel Aviv Beach - is the Charles Clore parking! The Dead Sea - Float Away Your Worries No trip to Israel would be complete without visiting The Dead Sea. This unique body of water is located at the lowest point on Earth’s surface and is known for its extraordinarily high mineral content which makes floating effortless! Pack your sunscreen because temperatures can reach up to 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) during peak season. There are plenty of activities around The Dead Sea such as boat rides along its shoreline or spas where one can enjoy mud baths with natural minerals from the sea itself! It's an experience like no other! Jerusalem – A City Filled with History Jerusalem holds an important place throughout history as one of the oldest cities in existence today. When you drive through Jerusalem with your rental car, be sure to check out some of its most celebrated attractions including Mount Zion where King David’s Tomb is located; Yemin Moshe which features 19th century homes; and Mahane Yehuda market which has been around since 1887! Not only are these places historically significant but they also provide visitors with a glimpse into everyday life in Jerusalem today. Whether you're looking for adventure or relaxation, rent a car when visiting Israel so that you can make your own journey instead of relying on public transportation or guided tours. With your own set of wheels at your disposal, you will have access to some truly amazing attractions that are off-the-beaten path such as those mentioned above plus much more! So what are you waiting for? Get ready to explore Israel like never before!

Tel Aviv Markets Tel Aviv Markets

Zippori National Park

The city of Zippori, founded in the Hellenistic/Maccabees era by Alexander Janneus, is located on hill in the Lower Galilee half way between the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) and the Mediterranean Sea. Josephus Flavius, a first century C.E. historian, described it as "the ornament of all Galilee." The city’s name may have originated from the Hebrew word “tsipor” meaning bird and highlighting the view from the top of the hill. The city may get its name from the Hebrew word "tsipor" (bird) because the view from the town gives a sense of flying. Zippori, was conquered by the Romans in 37 B.C.E but during the revolt against Rome in 66 C.E., the Jews of Zippori elected not to take arms; conversely they opened the city gates to the legions of Roman Emperor Vespasian. In return the city was saved and renamed Eirenopolis or “city of peace” as evidenced by coins minted in Zippori during that period. The city had developed into an essential site, in the Land of Israel, for Jewish religious and spiritual life during the second century. The Bar-Kohba revolt of 135 introduced an influx of jewish refugees into the Galilee who by the Third Century were the town’s majority. Rabbi Yehuda Hanasi, who also redacted the Mishnah, headed and relocated the Sanhedrin (Supreme Jewish religious and Judicial body) to Zippori during the Third Century. Long after the Sanhedrin was moved to Tiberias, Zippori retained its status as an important center of Bible study and many prominent sages taught in its academies. Zippori was an important trade market for traders due to it being strategically located on and around major trade routes. Zippori National Park Zippori National Park, encompassing the ruins and archaeology findings of the ancient Roman- and Talmudic-era city of Zippori, is located in the rolling hills of Lower Galilee, west of Nazareth.

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