Haifa

Haifa known as the gateway to the North is Israel’s third largest city and one of its most exciting. Haifa’s wonderful location at the slopes of the Mount Carmel with stunning beaches, fascinating sights, lively nightlife and an vibrant music scene make for a great visit all year round.

The Bahá’í Gardens with their special and tranquil atmosphere were declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2008. The gardens are one of the country’s most popular attractions, drawing over a million visitors a year.

 

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Migdal HaEmek מִגְדַּל הָעֶמֶק‎

Location: Northern District Population of 25,000

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Holon חוֹלוֹן‎

Holon is on the southeastern border of Tel Aviv. Bat Yam is to its west, Rishon Lezion to its south and ...

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Gedera גְּדֵרָה‎

Location: Central District 13 kilometres south of Rehovot Population: 26,200

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Ar'ara عرعرة‎‎ עַרְעָרָה

Location: Wadi Ara region in northern Israel. It is located south of Umm al-Fahm.Population: 24,000 

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Arraba عرّابة עַרָבָּה‎

Location: Lower Galilee in the Northern District in the Sakhnin valley Population: 24,100  

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