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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

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.

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.

Attractions

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.

Tel Dan Nature Reserve visit

Tel Dan , also known as Tel el-Qadi (Mound of the Judge in Arabic, literal translation of the Hebrew name Tel Dan, "Dan" being "judge", or "judging one"), is an archaeological site in Israel in the upper Galilee next to the Golan Heights. The site is quite securely identified with the Biblical city of Dan, the northernmost city in the Kingdom of Israel, which the Book of Judges states was known as Laish prior to its conquest by the Tribe of Dan. Due to its location close to the border with Lebanon and at the far north of the territory which fell under the British Mandate of Palestine, Tel Dan has had a long and often bitterly contested modern history, most recently during the 1967 Six-Day War.

The Cardo - old city of Jerusalem, Israel video tour

One of Jerusalem's most conspicuous Roman-Byzantine sites is the Cardo, also known as the Street of the Pillars. The word 'cardo' comes from the Greek word for 'heart; this was one of the central roads of the Old City. The wide street was bordered on the west by massive walls and on the east by an arcade. The row of columns which we see at one end of the Cardo carried the weight of the beams of the roofing. This roof made it a cool shady shopping street and even today it protects shoppers from the sun and rain. Built by the Romans 1800 years ago, this wide street goes from one side of the Old City to the other. This was the main street in Roman and zantine times. Only a short part has been excavated. The rest is buried under the buildings of the city. The Cardo is a remnant of Aelia Capitolina, the Roman city built over the ruins of Jerusalem following the Jewish rebellions of 70 and 135 CE. This had a grid system built on two broad thoroughfares intersecting at right angles. The north-south axis was the Cardo Maximus. The east-west axis was the Decumanus. The original Cardo in Jerusalem ran along the northern sector of the Roman City. It began from a square inside the city's main gate - today the Damascus gate - and crossed through the entire city to the south. In the middle of the square, was a high pillar; when the Moslems conquered Jerusalem in the 7th century the gate was renamed "Bab elAmud" (The Pillar Gate). The gate, the square with the pillar, and the Cardo are depicted in detail on the colored mosaic map of Jerusalem, found in 1884 in a Byzantine church in Trans-Jordanian Medabah. Location - The Cardo is situated in the heart of the Old City.

Architecture

HaTachana Complex Tel Aviv, Israel virtual tours

HaTachana Complex - Old train Station is a renovated historical site with cafe’s, restaurants, organic market art galleries and a family fun activities. The Tachana is located on the border of Jaffa and Tel Aviv. Our virtual tours show you the main area, inside an old train car, on the balcony of Shoshka restaurant and in it

The Cardo - old city of Jerusalem, Israel video tour

One of Jerusalem's most conspicuous Roman-Byzantine sites is the Cardo, also known as the Street of the Pillars. The word 'cardo' comes from the Greek word for 'heart; this was one of the central roads of the Old City. The wide street was bordered on the west by massive walls and on the east by an arcade. The row of columns which we see at one end of the Cardo carried the weight of the beams of the roofing. This roof made it a cool shady shopping street and even today it protects shoppers from the sun and rain. Built by the Romans 1800 years ago, this wide street goes from one side of the Old City to the other. This was the main street in Roman and zantine times. Only a short part has been excavated. The rest is buried under the buildings of the city. The Cardo is a remnant of Aelia Capitolina, the Roman city built over the ruins of Jerusalem following the Jewish rebellions of 70 and 135 CE. This had a grid system built on two broad thoroughfares intersecting at right angles. The north-south axis was the Cardo Maximus. The east-west axis was the Decumanus. The original Cardo in Jerusalem ran along the northern sector of the Roman City. It began from a square inside the city's main gate - today the Damascus gate - and crossed through the entire city to the south. In the middle of the square, was a high pillar; when the Moslems conquered Jerusalem in the 7th century the gate was renamed "Bab elAmud" (The Pillar Gate). The gate, the square with the pillar, and the Cardo are depicted in detail on the colored mosaic map of Jerusalem, found in 1884 in a Byzantine church in Trans-Jordanian Medabah. Location - The Cardo is situated in the heart of the Old City.

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.

Beaches

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.

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.

Eilat underwater observatory

Welcome to the Underwater Observatory Marine Park, your window to the Red Sea. A virtual tour of the Underwater Observatory Marine Park takes you into the wonderous underwater world. The park presents the visitor with a choice of the Aquarium Museum, the Shark Tank, the Turtle and Stingray Pool, the Underwater Observatories, the Reef Tanks and more.

Markets

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.

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.

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!