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Accessible Israel brochure

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The brochure, written by Eli Me’iri, an experienced tour guide who specializes in tours for people with special needs, offers the disabled traveler a wide range of tour routes in the north, center and south of Israel, as well as in Jerusalem. For each tour, there is a historical introduction and useful information on each site, including how to get there and disabled access at the site. An easy-to-read legend provides information on whether the route is accessible to the following: sight impaired; wheelchairs; those with difficulty walking; baby carriages and the hearing impaired.
 
The varied routes include:
 
The North:
-  Around the northern shores of the Sea of Galilee
-  The Gilboa region
 
Center
  • Neot Kedumim Biblical Landscape Reserve
  • Tel Aviv, including the Palmach Museum and the Tel Aviv Port
 
Jerusalem
  • The Old City of Jerusalem
  • Mount Herzl and Yad Vashem
 
South
  • Border Observation Point in the Negev
  • Ein Feshka Nature Reserve and Qumran on the Dead Sea
 

 Sites & Attractions

 
The Yehi'am Fortress probably began as a Crusader estate, and was destroyed by the Maml...
Arbel National Park encompasses the remains of an opulent synagogue with massive Corint...
The Coenaculum marks the site of the "upper room," where the Last Supper of J...
Lydda, where Peter healed Aeneas, is home to one of the earliest Christian communities ...
The sixth-century Mar Elias (“St. Elijah”) Monastery, on the road from Jerusalem to Bet...
System of underground tunnels constituting a continuous chain of history from the times...
 

 Accommodations

 
The hotel offers 34 rooms each equppied with: AC, telephone, cable television, balcony ...
The hotel offers various types of rooms, conference halls, basketball courts, spa, Saun...
​Situated at the world's lowest point, on the shores of the extraordinary Dead Sea, the...
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