Capernaum is a Biblical village, where Jesus Christ lived.
Tabgha is another biblical site, known for Christ’s miraculous multiplication of loaves and fish to feed a multitude.
Sea of Galilee (also called Lake Tiberias or Yam Kinneret) is a “biblical” lake in Israel.
Qumran National Park is another worth visiting archeological site located nearby the Dead Sea.
Nazareth is an Israel’s largest Arab city and also one with important Christian sites.
Masada is one of Israel’s best known tourist attractions.
Masada National Park is the great archaeological UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It’s an ancient fortress located on a flat plateau above the Dead Sea.
These days, you can also be baptised in River Jordan or just buy as a souvenir a symbolic bottle of water.
The Jordan River is well known for Christians because John the Baptist baptised Jesus in the waters of this river.
Another great archaeological site is located in Zippori, known also as Sepphoris or Diocaesaraea.