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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

Maagan Eden Hotel - Holiday Village

Maagan Eden – The most beautiful kibbutz resort, your magical spot in the North. A unique vacation experience. Maagan Eden is located in the heart of the Jordan Valley fields. Pastoral trails lead you between magical, beautiful corners in a relaxing and laid back rural atmosphere, surrounded by grassy areas and eucalyptus trees. Each window offers a stunning view of the Sea of Galilee, the Golan Heights and the Galilee. You’ll discover the beautiful Maagan Eden resort village in the heart of the deep green Jordan Valley fields, on the shore of the light blue, calm southern coast of the Sea of Galilee.

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.

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

Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv neighbourhood visit

Neve Tzedek ("Oasis of Justice") is the first Jewish neighbourhood of Tel Aviv. It was founded in 1887 by Aharon Shlush, a businessman who wanted to escape the crowded Jaffa, 22 years before the city of Tel Aviv was founded. The neighborhood retained much of its old charm, although is has gone yuppie in the past years and became one of the most expensive areas of the city. Neve Tzedek is a cultural and culinary center located next to southern part of the Tel Aviv beach. Each spot of this renovated area is a gem, and a tour of the narrow lanes and winding streets, through its restored homes and shops, is a great experience. Many intellectuals and artists chose to dwell and to create here. The Nobel Prize winning author and poet Shmuel Yosef Agnon, his fellow writer Haim Brener and Nahum Gutman, a famous Tel Aviv artist who captured the spirit of its early days, were all residents, and the works of Gutman can be found in the Gutman Museum in the neighborhood.. One of the most interesting spots in Neve Zedek is the famous Suzanne Dellal center, one of the most important Tel Aviv theatrical and cultural centers. Suzanne Dellal is the home for Israel’s famous BatSheva Dance Company and BatSheva Ensemble, and catching a dance there is always recommended. There are many small decorative cafes, bars and restaurants in Neve Zedek. Suzanna Café is a restaurant with a nice terrace near the Suzanne Dellal Center. In Michelle bar you will find nice breakfast in the morning and friendly atmosphere, occasionally accompanied by live acts in the evening. Nina is a vegetarian café that has a nice corner location and appetizing organic food and sandwiches. Another dining option is Bellini, a great Italian restaurant with an open kitchen and nice views. Just 2 minutes from Neve Tzedek, next to the beach, you will find the luxury hotels Dan Panorama and David Intercontinental. Both offer great view of the beach and the Mediterranean Sea, and a great starting point for traveling by foot in the streets of Tel Aviv. Neve Tzedek might be the perfect place to start your Tel Aviv vacation.

Safed visit, Northern Israel

Safed (also spelled Safed, Zefat, Tsfat, Zfat, Safad, Safes, Safet, Tzfat, etc.). A rather small town located in Northern Israel, 900 meters (3200 feet) above sea level in the mountains of the Upper Galilee, it commands magnificent views east to the Golan, north to the Hermon and Lebanon, west to Mt. Meron and the Amud Valley, and south to Tiberias and the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee).

Souvenir shop in the Old City - Jerusalem Video Tours

A Souvenir store in Jerusalem's Old City, many beautiful local gifts that many buy as gifts from the holy land!

Architecture

Acco Virtual Tours - The Al-Jezzar Mosque

The Al-Jezzar Mosque in Acre, Israel. Jezzar Pasha begun to build the mosque in 1800. Today it is considered as one of symbols of Acre, and one of the most marvelous mosques in Israel

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

Bridge of Strings - Gesher HaMeitarim - Jerusalem - video virtual tour

Chords Bridge Jerusalem (Gesher HaMeitarim in Hebrew), Also known as the Bridge of Strings, is a cantilever spar cable-stayed bridge at the entrance to Jerusalem. When the Jerusalem Light Rail is complete, the bridge will be used by trams running from outlying Jerusalem neighborhoods to the center of the city. The NIS 135 million bridge, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. The Chords Bridge will carry the light rail mass transit system over todays busy entrance to Jerusalem and serve as a new modern gateway to the Jerusalem. Calatrava's stunning design Incorporated in the bridge is a glass-sided pedestrian crossing spanning the busy intersection of Herzl Boulevard and Jaffa Road.

Beaches

Eilat Virtual Tours - Eilat Beaches

Eilat is a tourist resort and port city located at the northern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba, on the Red Sea. It is also Israel's southernmost city, part of the Southern Negev Desert and at the south end of the Arava. Eilat is famous for beatiful beaches that are full of marine life, reefs and has clear water, perfect for scuba diving and beach fun

Netanya Promenade virtual tour

The Cliff Promenade in Netanya, a relatively new promenade overlooking the winding sea along the cliff, climbs over small hills and creates secluded seating areas facing the sea and natural wild cliffs that add majesty and beauty to the place. Much thought was given to the children in setting up a new playground. South of it - a paragliding site.

7 Amazing Dead Sea Beaches - Full Review

The Dead Sea is separated into two basins: North and South. Each offers a unique variety of beaches that are unlike anywhere else on earth! Some beaches offer mud, while others crystal clear water and a shore made of salt. In this video, we review all seven beaches that are on the Israeli side of the Dead Sea.

Markets

Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian market Tel Aviv - Virtual visit

Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall is a colorful open-air bazaar of unique handicrafts, street performances, pantomime and musicians. Nachlat Binyamin market is active twice a week, on Tuesday and Friday. the restored street, which is parallel to the Carmel Market, gets full of tourists and Israelis alike, who wander among the stands, sit at the fashionable outdoor cafes, and simply share the lively atmosphere that is all around. Vendors of Nahalat Binyamin market sell their own handmade crafts and gives the shopper the opportunity to chat with the artists themselves. To get there, take bus No 4,1,2, or any bus passing through Allenby St.

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.

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".