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Historic Sites and Landmarks in Warsaw Often Overlooked by Tourists

Posted by Gil Travel on July 16, 2018

Warsaw is a popular city to travel to, for many excellent reasons. Its long history and fascinating culture welcome all who wish to learn more about it, not to mention the delicious traditional cuisine. Also, it is getting increasingly easier for tourists from all across the world to travel to this metropolis full of hidden treasures to explore. But there are still quite a few fantastic, and historically significant places that are famous among locals, yet often overlooked by this city’s overseas visitors. Let’s learn more about some relevant places you can visit while on a tour to Eastern Europe.

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Topics: World Travel

At Last, Original Tips For Visiting Berlin

Posted by Gil Travel on July 9, 2018

Berlin is one of Europe’s most popular cities. Whether you are after exciting nightlife, rich history, or thriving arts scene, Berlin has it all. Still, before you travel to Germany’s capital during your next tour to Eastern Europe, it is good to pay attention to some pearls of wisdom shared by both locals and travellers in order to have the best experience you deserve.

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Topics: World Travel

The Romantic Side of Prague

Posted by Gil Travel on July 5, 2018

Prague is one of the most romantic cities in Europe, and you shouldn’t miss it while on a tour to Eastern Europe. You can go alone, with a partner, with family, or with friends; you can go there to enjoy the traditional food, long history, Prague’s museums and art, its splendid nature, or memorial sites, and this city will leave you in awe every time. Let’s look at some of the most interesting, beautiful, and historically significant structures and places that give Prague that romantic vibe.

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Topics: World Travel

8 Most Beautiful Nature Parks and Reserves in Israel

Posted by Gil Travel on July 2, 2018



Israel is the land of deserts and seas, sand and rivers, and in those contraries, it is also home to numerous marvellous species of plants and animals, many of which are found in various nature parks and nature reserves across the country. You ought to meet some of these amazing creatures on your next tour to Israel, so let’s take a look at some of the places where you can do so.

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Top 10 Stargazing Spots in Israel

Posted by Gil Travel on June 28, 2018



While Israel is more than beautiful and enjoyable during the day, visitors ought to witness the magnificence that is its night sky. Since there is little light pollution in these places, the moon, the stars, and all other celestial objects are clearly visible to the eye. This country has many amazing spots for stargazing for you to visit while on a tour to Israel, but the most beautiful are found in two extremely different areas: the desert and the sea.

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Topics: Israel Travel

10 Reasons to Visit the Negev Desert

Posted by Gil Travel on June 18, 2018

The Negev Desert covers over half of Israel’s total land area, much of it uninhabited, but it has so much to offer to its visitors. Are you after some spectacular sites? Or ancient ruins? Maybe you just wish to relax, or you are searching for your next adventure. Look no further than the magnificent Negev that has it all. Here are ten of many reasons to include the Negev Desert in your next tour of Israel.

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Topics: Israel Travel

6 Archaeological Sites to Visit in Israel

Posted by Gil Travel on June 11, 2018

Given the country’s long history that spans thousands of years, its resilience and individuality, but also a great number of different rules it had been under, it is not a surprise that there are various and magnificent archaeological sites to explore on every turn. Here are six archaeological sites you might want to visit while on one of your tours to Israel.

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Topics: Culture and Heritage, Israel Travel

Eastern European Castles Worth Visiting

Posted by Gil Travel on June 7, 2018

With many of its countries joining the EU, and budget airlines being on the rise, visiting Eastern Europe is now easier than ever. In addition, a number of fantastic tours to Eastern Europe are available nowadays. A major highlight of one such tour is castles! Some stand proudly in the city centers, others rest in the countryside. Some became ruins, and others museums, or are still privately owned. Still, these castles are at the center of their countries’ histories.

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Topics: World Travel

Must-Visit Kibbutzim in Israel

Posted by Gil Travel on June 4, 2018

Kibbutzim are pioneering establishments, and the kibbutz movement is one of the most iconic in modern Israel’s history. Kibbutz is the Hebrew word for gathering, a notion that is extremely important to Israelis. The origin of kibbutzim is mostly agricultural. Many young immigrants from Eastern Europe that came from the early 1900’s toiled to cultivate the swamp land and make it habitable. As many came with socialist beliefs, they created entire communes. These were organized around agriculture and the idea that all property, including the fruit of their work, should belong to the community as a whole. That is why the results of their labor were equally shared by all members. From the 1970s, many kibbutzim were privatised. Today, kibbutzim export agricultural goods, cut diamonds, and drip irrigation equipment. Some offer tours, and others provide an authentic kibbutz experience with their living and work programmes.

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Topics: Israel Travel, Jewish Heritage

Things You Didn't Know About Jerusalem

Posted by Gil Travel on May 31, 2018

When choosing one of many tours to Israel, one always desires to visit this inspiring place. Jerusalem is indeed a city of pilgrimages, but it is not only that. This welcoming city has so much more to offer to all different types of visitors, such as various cultural sites, art events, culinary experiences, delightful natural sights and, of course, a myriad of stories that form its history and that Jerusalem will tell to all who wish to listen.

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Topics: Israel Travel, Jerusalem