What are some Non-Religious tourist attractions in Israel?
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- 10 years agoFavorite Answer
The Dead Sea
Most of the hotels in Tel Aviv are located along the promenade on the beachfront. These include large hotels belonging to the international and national franchises which offer a full range of services and facilities.
Eilat has a warm, sunny climate throughout the year, making it an ideal place for vacationers to enjoy the sun and the beach.
There are dozens of hotels in Eilat--most of them within a short drive or walking distance from the beach. All the hotels have swimming pools and are located close to restaurants, clubs, bars, and entertainment centers.
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- 10 years ago
There are lots of archaeological sites in Israel that were built by the Romans...Tel Dan (even though it is sort of religious) it is a beautiful park. Then there is the Cave of Pan. It is kind of hard to find many non religious tourist attractions as the culture is so tied into it. You might want to pick up Lost Planet tour guide book it has lots of places to visit in both Israel and Palestine. :)Source(s): Was there last summer