1. Masada near the Dead Sea
A fascinating story about the rebel Jews who escaped from the Romans 2000 years ago and choose to live in the astounding fortress that was built by Herod the Great 80 years earlier, till their tragic end.
2. Knight Halls in Akko
Akko was the Crusaders’ most prosperous town in the 12th and 13th century.
This is the Hospitaller Compound, as part of a complete Crusader City exist as the lower level beneath the contemporary houses of the city – preserved in its entirety until today!
3. White City of Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv has many titles, but this one is based on more than a hundred of white Bauhaus buildings which span the city. The story of how Bauhaus arrived in the Mediterranean, as well as its impressive appearance, give the city a special impact!