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Judean Hills: One of Israel’s most scenic areas, the Judean hills are just under one hour’s drive from Tel Aviv. Home to the Ella Valley (the scene of countless biblical events, including the battle of David and Goliath), this unspoilt landscape is dotted with vineyards and wineries. One of the best ways to explore this fascinating region is to take a biking or hiking tour of the area.
Haifa: Haifa is Israel’s third-largest city, and can be reached in just over an hour when driving from Tel Aviv. There are many reasons to visit this area, including the glorious Bahá'í Gardens on Mount Carmel’s northern slope. Considered to be one of the top sights in the Middle East, and one of Israel’s top ten must-sees, this World Heritage Site consists of 19 terraces and attracts nearly half a million visitors each year.
Caesarea National Park: The Caesarea National Park is one of the most impressive archaeological sites in Israel. The site can be reached in around one hour when driving from Tel Aviv. The beautifully restored harbour was built by King Herod, and to this day is still viewed as an engineering marvel. Caesarea also has some fantastic beaches, including the Aqueduct Beach which is considered to be one of the best in Israel.