Israel is an extraordinary confluence of the ancient and the modern, where holy cities and biblical landscapes sit alongside the pulsating party scene of Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv

Laid back and cosmopolitan, with a distinctly Mediterranean vibe, the seaside city of Tel Aviv is the modern face of Israel, offering visitors an eclectic mix of things to enjoy. Here you’ll find a lively gay scene, with an accepting and open attitude towards the LGBT community that can be hard to find elsewhere in the country.

The Holy Land

Regardless of your own beliefs, it’s hard not to be moved by the historical and spiritual significance of the Holy Land. Glance at a map and you’ll see familiar names such as Bethlehem, Nazareth and the fabled city of Jerusalem, sacred to three different faiths.

Desert Wonders

Float in the famously salty waters of the Dead Sea, hike the deserts and mountains of the Israel National Trail, or relax on the beach next to the inviting waters of the Red Sea. It’s easy to combine your stay in Israel with a visit to the remarkable rock-hewn city of Petra, just over the border in Jordan.

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