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Tel Aviv Travel Guide - Miss Passport mini three-day unforgettable vacation itinerary (Tel Aviv, Israel) Sharon Bell

Tel Aviv Travel Guide - Miss Passport mini three-day unforgettable vacation itinerary (Tel Aviv, Israel)

Sharon Bell

Published December 12th 2013
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Kindle Edition
12 pages
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Miss Passport mini three-day unforgettable vacation itinerary (Tel Aviv, Israel)Israel is a very intriguing part of the world is located between the countries of Egypt and Jordan and its borders and boundaries have been contested since the countryMoreMiss Passport mini three-day unforgettable vacation itinerary (Tel Aviv, Israel)Israel is a very intriguing part of the world is located between the countries of Egypt and Jordan and its borders and boundaries have been contested since the country was founded. Israel contains many of the holiest sites in the Judeo-Christian world bus placing it at the epicenter of conversations of faith and God and the meaning of the universe the capital city of Tel Aviv, which you will be exploring, is broken into seven districts the market district, the Jewish quarter, the Arab quarter, the English quarter etc. this means that there is plenty to capture your attention and imagination.The city has be en and did various parts have been ruled and occupied by a very large number of foreign powers. Everyone from Great Britain to Russia in North America throughout its turbulent history, the scars from these occupations can be seen all over the city Israel, and specifically Tel Aviv has been under constant threat. Even before there was a recognized nation of Israel, simply due to the location of so many holy sites of various religions, not just Christianity and Judaism but those of the Islamic tradition as well the debate over who owns these artifacts and the land they inhabit has sparked many conflicts, as well as from many diverse groups together, which continue to inhabit the city, giving it a very distinctive and unique perspective in the world of politics, culture and cuisine.In order to attract more tourists and make it easier for them to navigate this somewhat confusing and diverse location and to honor their air magnificent cities 100 year anniversary, the city government instituted something known as a color tour, or a color walk. These are distinct routes through the city of Tel Aviv that correspond to a specific colored flag that has been posted in various spots throughout the city. The white walk, for example, will take you through the urban center on a tour of historic buildings such as the Russian Embassy British fortifications, and many other interesting and unique sites that could only be possible in a city as diverse as Tel Aviv. If you would rather spend some time communing with nature than the green walk is for you. The green walk will take you along Tel Avivs diverse coastline through lush vegetation onto beautiful, picturesque beaches. There are also walks that are designed to take you to although we sites of a specific belief system from Judaism and Christianity to Islam. All of the color to worse can either be guided by a professional tour guide or information for a self-guided tour is available at the Tel Aviv tourism office.So whether you want to make a pilgrimage to a holy site or simply see a diverse and ancient Middle Eastern city in action. Tel Aviv might be your next destination for a truly unforgettable and unique travel experience. In order to lessen some of the stress and avoid doing the research arm of the must-see tourism sites in Tel Aviv. Why not simply grab yourself a copy of Miss Passport mini three-day unforgettable vacation itinerary. Pack a bag and hop a flight, this extraordinary little guidebook will lay out a step-by-step easy to follow itinerary that breaks your visit to Tel Aviv. Down into a three-day excursion each day of the itinerary will list the must-see sites, as well as present ideas for breakfast lunch and dinner, not to mention the best places to stay the guide will also provide intriguing in educational information to stimulate your imagination, as well as all of the most important information such as how to contact the tourism office or the best way to acquire tickets for a special event in advance so that you do not have to waste unnecessary time standing in line this little book is like having a personal tour guide.