- As mentioned, there is nothing to see in Israel. It’s just an empty land with no tourist attraction!…literally nothing!!
Reason no.1 : If you like to spend time at the beach…………………, you will be totally disappointed, because the beach is so small, there is no sun, and it stretches just a few meters.
Reason no.2 :The beach is totally dirty and it’s just unbearable to see.
Reason no.3 : If you are tired from walking, you will just need to sit by the road, because there is no facility for you to sit. They have no idea about design at all.
Reason no.4 : The worst sunset to indulge, ever…it isn’t romantic at all.
Reason no.5 : The old Jaffa is just a fishing town, there is no history behind it at all.
Reason no.6 : Jerusalem is a boring city, there is also nothing to see. You just need 20 minutes to spend your time there, and hence it isn’t worth visiting.
Reason no.7 : There are just only broken buildings in Jerusalem with zero maintenance or restoration…whatsoever , and everything is in a bad condition.
Reason no.8 : Jerusalem has no spirit, and emotion.
Reason no.9 : The view from the hill isn’t spectacular at all.
Reason no.10 : There is no natural wonder.
- Tel Aviv beach stretches upto 5 km.
- There are plenty of plastic bins on the beach and visitors always keep the beach clean.
- Sitting area along the beach
- An old ally in the old Jaffa. The old Jaffa is about 3,500 years old.
- Mahmoudiya Mosque, completed in 1812
- Al-Bahr Mosque was influenced by Ottoman architecture, and completed in 16th Century.
- The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer was built between 1893 and 1898 by the architect Paul Ferdinand Groth following the designs of Friedrich Adler.
- The Church of the Holy Sepulchre was built in the 2nd century.
- Dome of the Rock is situated in the center of the Temple Mount, and was built in the 1st century.
- The Aedicule contains the Holy Sepulchre.
- The Altar of the Crucifixion
- The Western Wall is an ancient limestone wall in the Old City of Jerusalem, and was built in the 10th century BCE.
- The 7th Station is where Jesus fell the second time.
- View from the Mount of Olives
- The Dead Sea is the earth’s lowest elevation on land, and the deepest hypersaline lake in the world.
How to get to Tel Aviv from Ben Gurion Airport :
I suggest, that you just simply take public transportation, because it’s really cheap and you will get to your hotel almost the same as taking a taxi! ….I am about to tell you how.
You take a train from Ben Gurion Airport towards Nahariya and get out at Tel Aviv – HaHagana Station. From this station, you can take a bus to the city. It depends on which part. For further information, you can check at DAN.
FYI, you need to pay for train and bus in Shekel, so I suggest that you exchange just 10 Euro or Dollar or Pound at the airport. That’s enough to get you to the city.