The mystical city of Safed has many old synagogues in the Old City. Walk through the Old City, feel the unique flavor of Safed and stop by some of the famous synagogues. The most popular synagogue is the Ashkenazi HaAri Synagogue, the synagogue of the...

The ancient Cemetery of Safed, located at the base of the mountain on the outskirts of the city, attracts many people due the great Rabbis that were buried there. Rabbi Isaac Luria, The ARI, is the most famous kabbalist and rabbi buried in the cemetery....

Experience the authentic flavors, smells and colors of Jerusalem - experience Machene Yehuda Shuk. Machene Yehuda Market is not just a shopping venue, it is a place to live and breathe the everyday life and culture in Jerusalem. It is both a market place and...

In 40 BCE Herod and his family fled to Masada when his life was in danger. Herod built a fortress on Masada with the intention of protecting his kingdom from outside enemies, and also to protect him from the enemies within. Later, during...

Although I’ve heard people say that the ride on one of the three spherical orange cable cars is not as exciting as it looks, I beg to differ. I found the views of the beach and the port magnificent. The ride is a short five...

Safed Candles is not just a shop and not just a museum. It is a mandatory stop when you visit Safed. The candles found there in the most intricate and sometimes outlandish shapes are extremely rare. Safed candles relocated to Safed from Jerusalem’s Old City 18...

Ein Gedi Nature is located practically across the Dead Sea. There are many different hikes crisscrossing the 14,350 dunams of land, with beautiful waterfalls that are popular swimming spots in the summer. There are four natural springs found in Ein Gedi. The Ein Gedi water...