Top Instagrammable Spots in Israel

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Once, must see places in the world were ranked by magazines like Lonely Planet. Today, they are ranked by the number of hashtags they get on Instagram.
So in this article, you can find the most photographed and tagged places in Israel.
Despite its size, Israel has urban landscapes and skyscrapers in its center, forests and green mountains in the north, and of course the beautiful Israeli desert covering half of the entire country.

Israel is also one of the most important religious and spiritual centers in the world, with major holy sites for all three major religions. If you’re the kind of traveler that follows the sights, these are the places you definitely shouldn’t miss.

Tel Aviv Beach

Jaffa Old City

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Light in the middle of the tunnel

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Neve Tzedek – Tel Aviv

Bahai Gardens in Haifa

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Happy Sunday! We are starting the week from the the Bahá’í Gardens on mount Carmel, Israel- also known as the Hanging Gardens of Haifa! . Weekends are the best time for planning your future Israel trip! ?? These stunning gardens rest in the neighborhoods of Wadi Nisnas and Hadar HaCarmel. . This is the most holy site of the Bahai faith. Last year alone, 750,000 people enjoyed the beautiful terraces of the Bahai Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. . The Bahai faith is a relatively new one, started under 200 years ago by a Persian of the name Siyyid Ali Muhammad Shirazi who revealed himself as the prophet Bab (meaning “gate” in Arabic) . The Bahai Gardens can be divided up into three sections: The lower section – opening up to the German Colony; the middle section – the gardens around the gold- capped Shrine of the Bab where the remains of the Bab are kept; the upper section – just off the Louis Promenade and the main gate where the tours start. . The Bahai Gardens reach close to a kilometre in length from the lowest gate at the German Colony to the main gate way up top, comprised of 19 terraces of flowers, waterworks and small sculptures. . ?: @chepachernov

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Caesarea – North

Old City Jerusalem

The Western Wall –Jerusalem

The Dead Sea

Masada – Dead Sea

Ein Gedi – Dead Sea

Red Canyon – Eilat

Ramon Crater – Mitzpe Ramon

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