Winter is already at hand, but I still want to lie on the beach under the gentle southern sun. Where then to go? If for you, King Solomon and Queen of Sheba are authorities, then here is a piece of advice for you: go to Eilat. Ever since ancient times, this oasis in the desert on the Red Sea coast is considered in every sense the royal place for relaxation. And today tourists from all over the world easily go there. Gradient Travel Agency sends Russian travelers to Eilat.
Nature fashioned at the northern end of the Red Sea, at the southernmost point of Israel, an oasis of exceptional beauty: mountains painted in purple tones, dazzling white sands of beaches, turquoise sea … And – the sun, which has received an eternal residence here: the average maximum temperature in Eilat – from + 21C in January to + 39C in July. At the same time, there is practically no rain. According to long-term observations of weather forecasters, on the coast of the Gulf of Eilat the sky remains cloudless 359 days a year. And the warm deep-water currents contribute to the fact that the water in the sea is like fresh milk, and this is already all year round. Continue reading
The bells ring from church towers. Monks in hoods and frolicing children flashed among crowds of pilgrims from around the world. The aromas of fresh coffee, exotic spices and freshly baked bread are in the air of a colorful oriental bazaar.
Majestically towering over the red tiled roofs and minarets, stands on guard the Cathedral of the Annunciation, the silhouette of which dominates the city. Continue reading
How rapidly the landscape outside the bus window is changing – the Negev desert dotted with “moon craters”, the hills and valleys of the Galilee, Mediterranean beaches, caves, gorges, serpentines of mountain roads … It feels like someone is scrolling through a film in front of you that are so different from each other friend views of Israel. Only lonely cacti had just come across – and now, at the entrance to Haifa (on the way from Tel Aviv), along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, powerful eucalyptus trees lined up. They insistently invite to glance in the northern capital of Israel – Haifa. Well, why not? Continue reading