Israel offers a wide variety of religious and historical sites. It has the most number of museums per capita in the world.
Due to the religious significance attached to the region, the most visited sites include the grave of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai and the western wall of Jerusalem. Other popular tourist spots include Mount Carmel, Golan Heights, and Bahai Gardens.
There are several activities and attractions arranged round the year at its Dead Sea coast. The must visit cities are
Tel Aviv from among these boasts the most number of museums and art galleries or traditional architecture.
Netanya and Eilat. Tel Aviv from among these boasts the most number of museums and art galleries or traditional architecture.
The art in Israel stems from traditional Biblical and Jewish history. Israel is also a hub of various dance and music festivals, literature, art, and religious exhibitions.
Israel restaurants serve a wide selection of ethnic foods such as Italian, Thai, Chinese, Greek, American and blend with several others.
Visitors would commonly come across Falafel, hummus, French fries, salad and fried eggplants being sold at kiosks or roadside stands. Its wine tourism is also gaining popularity in the world.
Multiple shopping centers have developed in different cities with its Malkha Mall being the largest mall in the Middle East.