Israel is a small country, we know that. But in this small, ancient land there are fantastic places and breathtaking landscapes. In this blog post, we want to share with you a few magical spots in which you’ll be able to surprise yourself with the outstanding beauty of their landscapes.
We want to mention a few places that you must visit with time, not because there is a whole lot to know about each place necessarily, but because 5 minutes won’t be enough to enjoy a sunset, sunrise or a simple lunch at one of these phenomenal spots.
Don’t worry… this is only the first part of this blog post. Soon we’ll come back with more extraordinary landscapes in Israel. But now, let’s begin with the first 4.
Amazing landscapes in Israel: Do not miss these spots!
Like to meditate? Do you like to paint? Maybe you only want to enjoy a few deep breaths in a gorgeous place? Let us show you this list of the best Israeli landscapes.
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Metula: Dado Lookout
This is a gorgeous spot! If you happen to be up north, near the city of Metula, you cannot miss this beautiful spot. According to the well-known Lonely Planet, this place “(…) offers spectacular, often windy views. To the south you can see the Hula Valley, to the east the Golan (including Mt Hermon and the twin volcanoes of Avital and Bental), and to the north the fields and hills of Lebanon: the Ayoun Valley is in the foreground, while on the horizon it is easy to spot Beaufort Castle, a Crusader fortress.” – Metula is a city with a rich story to learn, and this specific spot is a must when visiting the extreme north of our country.
Louis Promenade in Haifa
We mentioned this place when talking about the best places to have a romantic date in Israel, remember? Well, today we want to bring it back. The Louis Promenade (located on Yaffe Nof St.) offers a unique, breathtaking view of Haifa. Looking at the Bahai Gardens from above, it can become the ultimate place to enjoy a magnificent sunset on the Mediterranean.
This quiet and lovely place has great inner gardens, the sea, and comfortable places to grab a seat and enjoy the beautiful view. It is heartwarming, a place to connect with yourself or to have an inspiring meditation session. If you are in Haifa, give it a try! You can always grab the Carmelit (Haifa’s subway) to get back to the bottom part of the city.
Gan Abraham in Ramat Gan
This hidden gem in the heart of Ramat Gan is simply gorgeous! The municipality recently renovated this old park and turned it into a beautiful place where you can see the entire city, a big part of Tel Aviv, and if you look carefully, even the sea.
This park has become so popular for young couples, that it is becoming a trend to propose in the highest part of it, where the landscape at sunset is breathtaking.
If you happen to be on Bialik St and have some spare time, visit this gorgeous park. It is somehow hidden, but if you find the corner of Herzl St and Elimelech St, you’ll be only a few meters away from the horizon of your dreams… in the middle of the city.
Tel Aviv Beach
Yes. Simple to get there. Beautiful place. Fantastic spot. Phenomenal landscapes! It might be the sculptured bodies of the Israelis, it might be the energetic sea, or it might be the wonderful atmosphere of this amazing beach. Whatever it is for you, the Tel Aviv beach is a fascinating spot to enjoy the simplest and most beautiful view.
If you are an early bird, going for a walk behind the Tel Aviv Marina, and sitting on the rocks during the early morning hours can boost anyone’s mood!
Learn Hebrew today, come to Israel, and visit all these places!
It will be way easier to find your way to these great places in Israel if you learn some Hebrew. Even if you receive several different answers from almost everyone walking by, it is fundamental to know how to ask for directions.
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