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If you prefer to trek you could try the Jesus Trail, a 60km trail where you get the chance to meet local communities en route.
If you have 40 days to spare try the Tel Aviv is one of our favourite places and you cannot visit Israel without coming here (especially as it is the main hub for flights).
If you keep heading north you’ll reach the Sea of Galilee where you can walk all the way from here to the Mediterranean but we don’t recommend doing it alone as it’s easy to get lost.
But if you only visit one, make it the Western Wall (known as the Wailing Wall), the centre of Jewish worship but don’t visit on a saturday as you are prohibited to take pictures. You can easily find your way around the old city with the Dome of the Rock as its beacon.
Its maze of lanes and high walls feel like a labyrinth and if you rise before the crowds, you’ll witness the diversity of locals here amongst the religious quarters.
There is also an archaeology museum and tower here to visit.
Skip Genosar and head north for some cycling on the many bike paths around the Sea of Galilee, where not many tourists seem to come.
This Biblical land is fascinating whatever your religious or non-religious beliefs, Jerusalem has a mix of Armenians, Christians, Muslims and Jews who all live peacefully within the city.