Side trips - Israel
There are countless day trips you can take, some with private guides, some self-guided tours (the Jerusalem municipality has trips you can download from its website, for example), some offered by nature organizations, etc. You do not say what your budget is, what your interests (nature, history, archeology, etc.), or in what part of the country you are most interested. Therefore it is somewhat difficult to answer.
I suggest you read some of my recent articles published by the Jewish Exponent magazine.
Deborah Rubin Fields about 7 years ago
Jerusalem: old city, Israel Museum ( a must!), walk the walls of the old city and see everything from above
Dead Sea- a must experience & Masada (walk up or take the cable car) & hike the paths of the Ein Gedi nature reserve (David River)
Walk the paths of En Avdat National Park, an oasis in a spectacular canyon near Sde Boker where Ben Gurion lived in the Negev.
Rosh Ha'nikra - where the Mediteranian flows into walkthrough caves at the north-west corner of Israel.
Haifa - Louis Promanade on Yefe Nof St. with breathtaking views & the Bahai Gardens & the Haifa Art Museum (modern).
Tel Aviv - Have a business lunch deal at the 2C on the 49th floor of the Round Azrieli Building for the great kosher food and mostly for the 360 degree views of metropolitan Tel Aviv! & the Tel Aviv Museum (art) & if you are into dance and rythym check out Beit Mayumana at www.mayumana.com (cool!) & the beaches & the night life.
If you love geology: hike the Makhtesh Ramon (Crater) with the colored sands.
Boat the Sea of Galilee from Tiberius and discover the Golan Heights.
Nazareth about 7 years agoAnswered by raquel via Travellr.com