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3Disrael.com is the home for Flash virtual tours of Israel, showing attractions and events in a unique interactive display.

Each real image is full of details and enables you to locate yourself where ever you want, move your point of view around and explore the location of your choice in 360 degrees. Our goal is to present you with Israel’s beauty in full color and high resolution and give you a unique visual experience, never seen before.

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Hotels

The Kibutz Kalia Hotel virtual visit

Enjoy beautifully landscaped gardens, soul-stirring sunrises and sunsets, an all-inclusive health spa, sophisticated dining, first rate facilities and personal, attentive hospitality.

Eilat Virtual Tours - Orchid Hotel Eilat

On the shores of the Almog (Coral) Beach, between the red of the desert hills and the blue waters of the bay, lies an enchanted paradise – the Orchid Hotel. The exotic holiday resort, overlooking the hills of the capital of sun and freedom, offers you a variety of rooms and suites, from the Siam Wing, designed in Far Eastern style, to the new, luxury Shangri-La Wing of deluxe villas and unique villas such as the Grand Shangri-La, and the presidential villa – the Royal Siam. The rooms and villas look out over the breathtaking view from the top of the mountainside hotel, and combine the pastoral and intimate atmosphere of a tropical holiday resort with the luxury of a five- star hotel. The Orchid Hotel promises you the perfect experience of true tranquility and dream vacation.

The Daniel Hotel Dead Sea

The Daniel Hotel Dead Sea is situated at the world's lowest part of the Dead Sea in Ein Bokek. The Hotel’s superb location allows guests to take advantage of everything the remarkable Dead Sea has to offer - from its therapeutic waters to its magnificent desert views. Moreover, the Hotel offers proximity to historic sites such as Massada, Qumran, Ein Gedi and many more.

Attractions

Jerusalem Virtual Tours - Jaffa Gate Old City Jerusalem

Old City of Jerusalem Virtual Tours - Jaffa Gate. Located at the end of Jaffa St., is the main access to the Old City from West Jerusalem (the New City). From here you can reach the Citadel and the Tower of David Museum, situated just inside the gate on the right, as well as the market alleys starting from David St. This gate was given its name because here was the start of the old main road to Jaffa port at the Mediterranean.

Clock Square Jaffa Virtual tour

One of Jaffa's center of the activities is the Clock Square, where can be found the Clock Tower built by the Turkish Sultan Abed-el-Hamid II in 1906. The famous Abulafia bakery is located at the square and the new Setai hotel Tel Aviv west side.

Tower of David - Museum of the History of Jerusalem

Set in the magnificently restored ancient Citadel' first constructed 2,000 years ago by Herod the Great, the Tower of David Museum traces Jerusalem long and eventful history through state-of-the-art displays and exhibits' utilizing the most advanced technologies. Canaanites and Hebrews, Greeks and Romans, Crusaders, Muslims, Turks, British, and Israelis are richly presented and seek harmony within the age-old walls. The panoramic route along the Citadel towers with its most breathtaking views of the city and the lush archaeological gardens, all add to an experience you will cherish.

Architecture

Dizengoff Square Tel Aviv

Dizengoff Square which was recently renovated and built without the underpass. The square from which you can see the Cinema hotel has many bars and restaurants around it. Dizengoff Square, featuring a sculpture by Yaakov Agam.

JERUSALEM, Old City: The walls from Jaffa to Damascus gate

A breathtaking vista of the Jerusalem walls from a view point. A trip to Jerusalem is an exciting journey into many types of cultures, traditions and neighbourhoods. Along the history of the city, people of different religions, from all over the world, have set their homes in Jerusalem, making it an exotic place to discover. Many visitors to Jerusalem are drawn to the city's exceptional ambience and unique aura.

A walk around Rothschild Boulevard Tel Aviv, old and new architecture

Rothschild Boulevard is one of the principal streets in the center of Tel Aviv, Israel, beginning in Neve Tzedek at its southwestern edge and running north to Habima Theatre. It is one of the most expensive streets in the city, being one of the city's main tourist attractions. It features a wide, tree-lined central strip with pedestrian and bike lanes. Rothschild Boulevard a commercial center, with major financial institutions lining the street, a cultural center, with the main theater and concert hall of Tel Aviv, a culinary center, with dozens of top restaurants and fun Cafes. It is busy all day long with the center of the boulevard popular with dog walkers, bikers and tourists. Rothschild Boulevard is also a young and dynamic startup scene of with many new startups located at and around the street. The street is lined with Bauhaus Buildings, the iconic architecture of Tel Aviv which led to its recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many of these have been beautifully restored alongside these buildings sit some of the tallest skyscrapers in Tel Aviv, built more recently contrasting with the traditional buildings of the street. Video taken with Panasonic GX8 and Galaxy Note 8

Beaches

Tel Aviv Old Port - Namal

The first port of Israel was opened at 1936 and now is a flourishing hang out area with many new restaurants, bars and shops all accessible by a 14000 square meters of a wooden deck that its shape was inspired by the Tel Aviv sand dunes. The Tel Aviv port was shut down in the 60's as an active sea port, and was awaken in the 80's as a nightlife and water sports center. Nowadays it is the busiest nightlife area of the city. Some of its bars and clubs are certainly worth a visit even just to get a glance of the crowded mingling scene of Tel Aviv's nightlife. The biggest club in the Tel Aviv port area is TLV. It used to be one of the city's nightlife scene leaders for years, but has no fixed schedule anymore. TLV still holds parties every once in a while, playing mostly house and trance music, so if you consider yourself a clubber, you might want to check if there's a party there during your stay. The club itself is equipped with a state of the art sound and lighting systems, and has a sea front section with cool vibes. Port Hotel, Opended recently, is ideally located just steps away from the Port Zone, at the corner of Ha Yaarkon and Yirmeyahu Streets.

Beaches in Israel, Sironit Beach Netanya

Sironit Beach is considered to be the main beach in Netanya. It's located below the Rishonim Promenade. There are a lot of hotels along the promenade. The beach is very well organized and attracts many visitors. Two breakwaters provide calm sea and safe swimming. The Netanya beach boasts a new elevator to the sea - the first of its kind in Israel - which descends from the promenade along the cliff top to the beach. The elevator was built because of the difference in height between the city center and the sea shore and enables easy and speedy access - within 20 seconds. There are lifeguard services, fitness facilities, sunbeds and shades, cafes and toilets. But the main attraction is the transparent elevator, which you can use to access the beach from the Rishonim Avenue for a small charge, but you can also get there by stairs.

Aqueduct of Caesarea Virtual Video Tour

Aqueduct of Caesarea Virtual Tour video, The Aqueduct brought running water to the old city of Caesarea, along a raised aqueduct. The source of the water was the springs of Shummi, 10 KM away. Herod build the aqueduct in the 1st C BC. later, in the 2nd C AD it was expanded by the Romans. Later, 2 more aqueducts were built.

Markets

Old Jaffa Port attractions

Old Jaffa is one of the most attractive places to tour in Tel Aviv-Jaffa. The city which has always been the entry to the ancient land of Israel is succeeding, even today, its traditional aromas and fragrances which have always characterized it There is a marina at the Port and many people sail from here on pleasure trips. A variety of sea trips leave here daily to view the outstanding sight of the horizon of Tel Aviv-Jaffa from the direction of the sea. From the Port it is possible to climb narrow steps to the top of the Old Jaffa Hill. At the top of the hill is the Franciscan Church of St. Peter, which was established in the 17th Century, in which it is possible to visit the room where, the clergy strongly claim, Napoleon stayed after the capture of the city. The churches built in Jaffa belong to the main Christian streams, such as the Catholic, the Russian Patriarchate, the Greek Orthodox Church, the Greek-Catholic Church, the Lebanese-Marronic Church, the Armenian Church the Egyptian Coptic Church and the Lutheran Church. One of the most important sites for Christianity in Jaffa is the house of Simon the Tanner. On the roof of this house was the miracle of the unclean foods that became clean in the eyes of the Christians and, from here, he went out first to bring the message to all the peoples and not just to the Jews. Not far from here is the grave of St. Tabitha, who died at a young age and, because of good deeds, was returned to life by St. Peter, who said to her’ "Tabitha Rise".

Flea Market Jaffa - Virtual tour Tel Aviv

Not far east of the Clock Square is the Flea Market, another beauty spot of Tel Aviv-Jaffa. It is worthwhile to wander through the alleyways of the area, where there are historic buildings of archeological significance, many of which are today being renovated and rejuvenated.

Mahaneh Yehuda Market Jerusalem - Video Virtual Tour

If you say ''Mahaneh Yehuda'', you have expressed, in two words, the essence of the authentic Jerusalem experience. Mahaneh Yehuda is synonymous with market-place. This is the aroma of Jerusalem, the humus of the Rachmo restaurant, and the Jerusalem Beitar soccer team. The marketplace, with its enticing smells and packed with crowds of shoppers, is a celebration for all the senses: its colors, its picturesque characters, and the cries of the vendors that envelop us as we walk past the stands and examine the abundance of foods they offer. The marketplace has recently undergone renovations, including a roof over the open areas.