Known as the Holy Land, the country of Israel stretches along the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea
This is one of the few countries known for its sightseeing and health resort tourism but also religious tourism. Hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from around the world visit Israel each year. The main destinations are the pilgrimage cities of Jerusalem, Nazareth and Bethlehem. The Wailing Wall, the Holy Sepulchre and the Golden Dome of the Rock attracts pilgrims of three Abrahamic religions. In addition, the Israeli city of Haifa is the spiritual centre of the Baha'i religion, where the
tomb of the founder of the religion, Sayyid Ali Muhammad Shirazi, is located. The Dead Sea, known as the “natural clinic”, is where a combination of minerals with warm, sunny weather, mud baths and fresh air, rich with oxygen, help cure many diseases. The hot springs of Hamat Gader Resort Village were known even to the ancient Romans, who built many bath houses here. And the swimming pool with thermal mineral water of Hamei Ga'ash Natural Spring and Spa is the main resort of Israel.
Tel Aviv, the capital of Israel, is globally known as a city of tourism and centre of health resorts. The city is located on the Mediterranean coast, with excellent beaches and a vibrant nightlife. Tens of thousands of young tourists visit Tel Aviv every year.
"The city that never sleeps" — has become a motto of Tel Aviv.
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