Around Jerusalem and the Dead Sea Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Around Jerusalem and the Dead Sea - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Qumran National Park 6

Ella Valley 5

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Good Samaritan Museum 2

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Srigim Brewery

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Ohad Eilon and Ofer Ronen fell in love with European and American beers while traveling for work in the Israeli high-tech industry, and...

St. Mary of the Resurrection Abbey

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The Crusaders believed that Abu Gosh was the site where Jesus revealed himself after his resurrection, and in the 12th century they built...

Synergy Spa

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At the Ein Gedi Hotel's impressive spa, you can float in an indoor pool rich in sulfur, magnesium, and potassium as you enjoy the stunning...

Tel Arad National Park

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The 250-acre site of the biblical city of Arad (to the northwest of the modern city) contains the remains of a major metropolis from...

Tel Beit Shemesh

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

This low-profile archaeological site has fine views of the fields of Nahal Soreq, where Samson dallied with Delilah (Judges 16). When...

Tel Jericho

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Also called Tel es-Sultan (Sultan's Hill), the archaeological site of Tel Jericho covers the legendary ancient city. Nearly 200 years...

Trappist Abbey of Latrun

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Trappist monks have been producing wine here since the 1890s. The interior of the 19th-century abbey is an odd mix of round neo-Byzantine...

Tzora Vineyard

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Overlooking the Soreq Valley, this kibbutz winery sells and serves reds and whites, including their Shoresh signature red blend of single-vineyard...

Tzuba Vineyard

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Part of the eponymous kibbutz, this winery produces excellent Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Chardonnay. Call winemaker Paul Dubb to...

Yatir Winery

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At the foot of the ancient Tel Arad, this boutique vineyard, now a subsidiary of Carmel Wines, was established in 2000. Yatir Forest...


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