Israel is a worth-visiting country for you, especially if you are a religious. Israel is an important country for four Abrahamic religions, including Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Baha’i, because there are several sacred places there that are dedicated to the adherents of those religions. For Jews, Israel is an important country because it is the Promised Land for them and because it is the place where the Second Temple, which was destroyed by Romans in 70 AD, was believed to be erected. Jews believe that the Wailing Wall, or the Western Wall, is the only remain of that temple and thus becomes a sacred place for them. For Christians, Israel is a country where Jesus was born, raised, carried out His ministry, died, and resurrected. The holiest place for Christians in this country is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, where Jesus Christ is believed to have been laid after the Crucifixion. For Muslims, Israel is an important pilgrimage destination because it is the site of the Dome of the Rock and the nearby al-Aqsa Mosque. And for Baha’is, Israel is also a worth-visiting country as their headquarters is located there, in Haifa.
Although most Israel tours are dedicated to pilgrims who want to visit those sacred places, Israel is in fact attractive not only because of its religious landmarks, but also because of various recreational venues that it has. Among those venues are the Dead Sea region whose surface is the lowest on this earth, the Mediterranean Coast, and Elat region where there are several beautiful beaches that attract many Israeli and European vacationers. If you visit Israel, you can thus enjoy not only its religious landmarks, but also its exciting recreational venues.
To accommodate all tourists who visit Israel, there are several Israel hotels that can be found in all parts of the country. Therefore, if you visit Israel, you won’t experience any difficulty in procuring your lodging accommodation because those hotels always welcome you as their special guest.