* Rates are valid only for tourist holding foreign passport.
*According to the new regulations the determination of a tourist has been changed.
Tourist is a person who entered Israel with a foreign passport and his passport was stamped with Visa class B1, B2 or B3.
* All other persons entering Israel including those with dual citizenship are subject to V.A.T
Jerusalem - The Capital Of Israel
"There are seventy names for Jerusalem". Seventy names, each reflecting a different aspect of this city and its residents, today and throughout history.
Jerusalem is the capital of the state of Israel. The city established 3000 years ago by King David as the capital of the Jewish nation. Consecrated by ancient history events and holy places, it is worshiped
by Jews, Christians and Muslims from all round the world.
The Capital Of Israel Jerusalem is the modern capital of the State of Israel and the country`s largest city. It is a city where the first century rubs shoulders with the twenty-first century, each jostling for legitimacy and space, and where picturesque "old" neighborhoods nestle against glistening office towers and high-rise apartments. But Jerusalem is much more than the sum of its landmarks, old and new. It is a city of people, as diverse as the four corner of the globe from whence they came. To Jews, Jerusalem has always been "The Holy City", and it has been revered by Christians and Muslims for centuries. No wonder Jerusalem has such a tremendous impact, both locally and internationally.
Jerusalem Holly Sites
The Kotel (Western or Wailing Wall), Temple Mount , The Mount of Olives, Dome of the Rock (Templum Domini), Temple Mount, Temple of Solomon (al-Aqsa Mosque), Tomb of the Virgin, The Mount of Olives, Church of the Ascension, Mount Zion, Church of St. Anne,
The Via Dolorosa, The Holy Sepulcher.
The National Botanical Gardens in Jerusalem
The University Botanical Garden of Jerusalem comprises more than six thousand plant species, which were brought to Israel from all over the world and are being preserved for the benefit and enjoyment of the public.
The plants are displayed in six sections, each designed to create a miniature landscape of the region of origin of the plants.
The Chagall Windows
The Synagogue of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center was dedicated on February 6th, 1962, as part of our Hospital's Golden Anniversary celebration. The floors and interior walls are made of Jerusalem Stone, and the Synagogue is illuminated by a hanging lantern and by sunlight which streams through the magnificent Chagall Windows.
Bloomfield Science Museum
This Jerusalem museum teaches children why buildings don't fall down,
how to freeze motion and more. Museum is reportedly a good one,
though its website doesn't have all that much.
Israel Ministry of Finance, Museum of Taxes
Something unique on the museum scene. Located in Jerusalem, the
museum is a source of information and inspiration for research and
study activities in the field of taxation. Website gives a brief
The Israel Museum of Jerusalem
Take a virtual tour of Israel's most beautiful collection of archaeology
Museum of Italian Jewish Art
The U. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art was founded in 1981. This
museum set out to collect, preserve, and present objects pertaining to
Jewish life in Italy. The museum is located in downtown Jerusalem; the
website is only a brief introduction.
Tower of David Museum
Even Jerusalemites who have lived in the Holy City their whole lives
can learn something new from a visit to the Tower of David Museum.
Information from Gems in Israel.
The Jerusalem memorial to the Six Million who perished in the