Book cheap flights from New York to Tel Aviv, Israel from only $258 roundtrip with Air Serbia!
April to May 2020
Apr 25 – May 10, Apr 27 – May 10, May 2-10, 2-17
New York – Tel Aviv – New York
One cabin bag and one personal item per passenger
Located between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea, Jerusalem is considered holy to Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Discover the sites of the three major Abrahamic religions: the Al Aqsa Mosque, the Church of Holy Sepulchre, and the Western (Wailing) Wall with its Kotel Tunnels. Go to the Dome of the Rock, rising above the old city. Visit the Mount of Olives, the Garden Tomb and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, believed to contain the site where Jesus was crucified and buried. Explore the city’s fabulous museums, such as Israel Museum and Yad Vashem – The World Holocaust Remembrance Center. Pay a visit to the Garden of Gethsemane and browse the stalls of Mahane Yehuda Market.
Bethlehem is also a major Christian pilgrimage centre and home to the Church of the Nativity, built over the site where Jesus Christ is said to have been born. You can also visit the holy sites of Nazareth, forever linked to the story of Jesus in the Bible
The lowest point on earth is the mineral-rich sea where no one can sink. Its water is about ten times saltier than the ocean’s. Located 417 meters (1,360 feet) below the sea level, the saltiest water on earth is locked in by the cliffs of the Great Rift Valley.
Take a float and cover your body in the healthy Dead Sea mud to find pure, inner relaxation. The mineral-rich waters can be very beneficial for those with skin problems. In this area, there are two other sites that should not be missed: Masada fortress with its history and stunning vistas, as well as Ein Gedi, a water oasis in the desert.
Keep in mind, you will have an overnight in Belgrade and would be better to check some accomodation: