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Pink House - Gay Apart Hotel
(Tel Aviv )
Sleeps: 9
private studios with private bathrooms
99.00 USD per Day
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Ein Karem Vacation Suite
(Jerusalem )
Sleeps: 5
A newly renovated suite in a stone-house, located in Ein-Karem, a picturesque village in Jerusalem. The green landscape of Jerusalem's mountains is seen from every room and from the patio and terraces. You will find a very relaxing, comfortable and in
1,000.00 USD per Week
150.00 USD per Week
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1 bedroom Apartment in Tel Aviv
(Tel Aviv , Tel Aviv)
Sleeps: 4
SUN Tel Aviv vacationrental CityVacation , Amazing 1 bedroom apartment - Prime location, fully equipped & designed, completely new..WiFi, cable TV,
31.00 USD per Day
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Luxury hotel apartment
(Bat Yam )
Sleeps: 4
Apartment/ flat 4 - 6 persons. 2 room(s) , of which 1 Bedroom(s), Closet, Kitchenette, Living room, 1 bathroom, Balcony Surface area : 36 m2 / 387 sqft Year of construction : 1990, Date of last renovation : 2008 Amenities Bedding : 1 Double bed, 1
1,000.00 USD per Week
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pink 38 - gay dormitories
(Tel Aviv )
Sleeps: 4
rent bed
44.00 USD per Day
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Bhouse - rooms for rent
(Tel Aviv , Tel Aviv)
Sleeps: 11
for renting the all house please contact us
120.00 CDN per Day

Israel’s Fascinating History, Unique Attractions and Vacation Home Rentals

For a country its size, Israel never ceases to amaze but it is certainly worth visiting courtesy of its unique attractions, fascinating history and wide range of elegant vacation home rentals. Israel is always in the news, sometimes not for good reasons, as most of the stories emanating from the tiny country are about the constant conflicts between the Israelis and their Arab neighbors, UN resolutions and international peace efforts. Yet these not-so-flattering stories are part of the reason why Israel never ceases to excite the entire world.

A visit to Israel could be the biggest journey you ever took historically. When you walk on the Holy Land, you walk on the very sands which Biblical characters walked thousands of years ago. Remember too, that Israel is the holy land for three of the world’s main religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam and, while you might not be here for a religious pilgrimage, it would be great to see where all that ancient action took place.

Visit the country’s capital, Jerusalem, and see the sites that are sacred to Judaists (the Wailing Wall which is also the site of the destroyed Temple), Muslims (the Dome of the Rock) and Christians (the Church of the Holy Sepulchre).

The great condensation of historical info that the whole of Israel is means that you could spend an entire holiday visiting but never see all that you wished to see. A great way to go round this would be to visit some of the country’s museums. Israel has hundreds of them but topping the list of must-visit ones is Jerusalem’s Israel Museum. The country’s biggest, Israel Museum houses among other things the famous Dead Sea Scrolls and other rare Bible artifacts and provides you with the most comprehensive history of this ancient land. In Jerusalem too, you’ll find the Museum of Islamic Art, the Museum of Psalms and the Rockefeller Archeological Museum.

Museums also abound in the country’s other major tourist destinations such as Tel Aviv, Haifa, Galilee and the Negev. These Israeli cities are also home to very diverse vacation home rentals and you never need to spend your hard-earned money on expensive hotel accommodation. Possible Israeli vacation home rental options include Israeli villa rentals, Israeli condo rentals, Israeli apartment rentals and Israeli cottage rentals.

The diversity of attractions and vacation home rentals

There is more to Israel than just religious history. While most of the country’s land is taken by the Negev Desert, Israel is a very diverse and scenic country.

The desert conditions of the Negev in the south contrast sharply with the mountains to the north of the country which, during winter, are covered in snow. Remember also that Israel has a Mediterranean coastline that runs close to 280 kilometers and a shorter coastline on the Red Sea. In the course of a single visit then, you could go skiing in the mountains, swimming and fishing in the sea or go marvel at the Masada Fortress Ruins in the desert.

For a combination of beach activities and mountaineering, consider visiting the Red Sea Beach which is also home to a leading attraction, the scenic Eilat Mountains. Go swimming and snorkeling in the sea or hiking in the mountains.

Whether you choose the mountains, the desert or the coastline, you are never far away from sophisticated Israeli vacation home rentals as you’ll discover by browsing the list available at Sunrise Vacation Home Rentals. Make your reservation from a wide range that includes Israeli ski chalet rentals, Israeli mountainside cottage rentals, Israeli villa rentals and Israeli apartment rentals.

To enjoy your holiday with the home conveniences you are used to, you can reserve a vacation home rental for any global destination by visiting Sunrise Vacation Home Rentals, the site devoted to providing the most sophisticated vacation homes worldwide.

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