Want a fantastic trip? – Take your next holiday to Jerusalem!
Although holidays to Jerusalem may seem like they would not be relaxing, like staying in hotels at the Dead Sea Israel or Eilat, you would be wrong. A holiday to Jerusalem 2012 can be as relaxing or as full of events and traveling as you see fit.
Holiday Jerusalem trips 2011 can tour all around the holy sites of Israel, where you will see many tours of Israel Christian holy sites dominating many of these holiday Jerusalem places. But if you want to take a holiday to Jerusalem 2012 that is not touring the holy sites (for example, if you have gone on several holidays to Jerusalem where you saw all of these ancient locations and want to do something different), there are many things you can see and do.
A holiday to Jerusalem 2012 can start by visiting the Knesset, which is the Israeli legislature of Israel. The Knesset is located in Jerusalem’s Givat Ram. After going there and observing the public sessions (on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays at specific times – you must call ahead to arrange this visit), you can continue your holiday to Jerusalem 2012 by going to the Israel Museum, the Bloomfield Science Museum, the Bible Lands Museum, the Hebrew University Givat Ram campus (Hebrew U has several campuses around Jerusalem), the Supreme Court of Israel, the National Library of Israel, and the main convention center in Jerusalem, Binyanei HaOma. A holiday to Jerusalem can be as expensive and as cheap as you want it to be (much like if you are looking to have cheap holidays in Tel Aviv). It all depends on where your holiday to Jerusalem goes. Nearly all of the above listed activities are free or have minimal entry fees.
If you are looking for a low cost to Israel trip and it begins as a holiday to Jerusalem 2012, and you don’t want to travel to see the holy sites that most holidays to Jerusalem revolve around, you still have more choices of places to go. You can visit Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Museum, and literally spend two to three days there trying to see everything. Holidays to Jerusalem 2012 can just simply go walking around the Old City (to experience the ancient architecture, not to hear from a tour guide what each monument once was… unless you want to do that), walk to a hill outside of Jerusalem called Lupine Hill (Givat Hatermosim), where clusters of lupines, anemones, and crocus grow in droves across the entire hill (beginning February).
As you can see, a holiday Jerusalem can be whatever you want it to be. Although most people come for a holiday Jerusalem2012 to experience the ancient and holy, there are also modern, beautiful places that decorate one of the holiest cities in the world!