Travel Israel:
Suggested Itineraries

Here is a 14-day general itinerary I compiled for you to use when you travel Israel. It has probably around 95% or more of the Israel tourist attractions I listed on this website.

Click here for a Christian attractions itinerary I compiled.

Day 1
Mount Olives - perfect view of Jerusalem
Western Wall / Kotel
Western Wall tunnels
Walkway on top of the old city wall
Visit the excavations of the southern wall
Mount Zion: King David’s burial place, Church of the Dormition and the room of the last supper

The Western Wall in JerusalemThe Western Wall in Jerusalem

Day 2

Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Via Dolorosa
The Cardo and Burnt House (Jewish Quarter)
City of David
Hezekiah’s Tunnel
Tower of David museum – timeline history of Jerusalem
Walk in the old city markets and haggle for items you like

Church of the Holy Sepulchre in JerusalemChurch of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.

Day 3
Knesset – Israeli parliament
Yad Vashem Holocaust museum
Israel Museum

Mahane Yehuda open air market
Ben Yehuda street
Nahalat Shiva

Mahane Yehuda open market in JerusalemMahane Yehuda open market in Jerusalem.

Day 4
Tel Aviv–Jaffa

Azrieli observatory on top of the round building
Old Jaffa
Ilana Goor Museum
Tel Aviv White City – Bauhaus style architecture
Sheinkin street
The Carmel Market
Nahalat Binyamin artists' market (only Tuesdays and Fridays)

A tree at the artistic section of Old JaffaHang in there. A tree at the artistic section of Old Jaffa.

Day 5
Tel Aviv–Jaffa

Tel Aviv Beaches
Eretz Israel Museum
Museum of the Jewish Diaspora
Tel Aviv port

Tai Chi at a Tel Aviv beachTai Chi anyone? Tel Aviv beach.

Day 6

Caesarea National Park – the Roman, Byzantine & Crusaders' city
Mount Carmel
Daliat El Carmel – Druze village

Family friends at the Caesarea National ParkFamily friends of mine at the Caesarea National Park with the Roman city in the background

Day 7

Mount Carmel winery
Stella Maris church and monastery
Cable car down the Carmel to the beach walkway
Baha’i shrine
Haifa Port

The Baha'i Gardens and Shrine in HaifaThe Baha'i Gardens and Shrine in Haifa - spectacular!

Day 8
and Rosh Hanikra
Acre Seaside walkway
Acre Knights Halls
Acre Bathhouse & multimedia display
Acre Al-Jazzar Mosque
Rosh Hanikra cliffs
Cable car at Rosh Hanikra

A cave in Rosh HanikraA cave in Rosh Hanikra. Picture by Uriba.

Day 9

Church of the Annunciation Nazareth
White Mosque Nazareth

A baklava store in NazarethA baklava store in Nazareth. Best consumed with coffee...

Day 10

Sea of Galilee
Jordan river
Dan river

A kayak on a tributary of the Jordan riverA kayak on a tributary of the Jordan river.

Day 11
Dead Sea

Dead Sea swim and spa
Qumran ancient settlement

Floating freely in the Dead SeaFloating freely in the Dead Sea (free mud included)

Day 12
Dead Sea Area

Ein Gedi oasis
Cable car to Masada
Masada fortress

Cable car to the Masada fortressCable car to the Masada fortress.

Day 13

Timna Park
Underwater observatory
Skin/SCUBA dive

Some of the underwater sites in beautiful EilatSome of the underwater sites in beautiful Eilat.

Day 14

Camel ride/Jeep tour
Slack off on the beach

Dolphins in EilatDolphins in Eilat. Picture by May Michael.

There you go - 14 days of heaven on earth - now you have a plan of when and where to travel Israel and see its many attractions - enjoy!

You can also check out my Christian Itinerary page

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