Tel Aviv At Night Often referred to as the city of lights or the city that never stops, Tel Aviv is the perfect tourist destination for those who want an active nightlife in addition to add to all of the other attractions that Israel has to offer. Whether it's a performing arts festival, street show or theater venue, the city is home to an amazing variety of cultural venues.
Begin your evening with a good restaurant by the sea and enjoy a romantic sunset. Or see a play or musical at any of the diverse theaters. Join others to watch a movie at midnight and then have a drink after the movie. And, if you still have any energy, dance until daybreak and watch the sunrise over the rooftops.
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Olives Through The Ages
Olives Through The Ages A dove carrying an olive branch has long been one of the historical symbols of the Jewish people and the State of Israel. In Israel, the combination of the dove and olive branch symbolizes the link between the new young state and the ancient two thousand year-old Israel.
Today olive festivals honor this tradition and the olive harvest is celebrated in the fall with many activities. A unique and fun excursion for tourists is to visit the olive groves and harvest olives together with the farmers and then watch as the olives are pressed into olive oil.
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Featured Tour - 12 Night Jewish Heritage Tours
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- Transfer on arrival and departure | Ben Gurion Airport
- 12 nights accommodations
- 8 touring days in deluxe motor coach
- Dinners at Kibbutz Lavi
- Lunch and Spa at the Dead Sea
- Sightseeing and entrance fees to the sites visited
- Jeep tour in the Galilee
- Government educated and certified bilingual guide
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