Discover the best top things to do in Rosh Pina, Israel including Nimrod's Lookout, The Old City of Safed, The North Quest, Church of Mount of Beatitudes, Tomb of Jonathan Ben Uzziel, T-Pa Aheret, Olive Tree Fine Art Gallery, Insideout, Capharnaum the Town of Jesus, Abuhav Synagogue.
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5 based on 152 reviews
You really get a sense of what it must have been like to live in this fortress with much of it maintained (or restored). Definitely worth visiting and allow at least 3-4 hours to explore properly. Take water- even in December it was surprisingly warm.
4.5 based on 368 reviews
Never been to the old city
Fantastic streets and buildings
Lots of shops that sell art and special crafts
Little side streets with really old synagogues
Fantastic place,be prepared to climb steep roads and lots of stairs
Few vineyards tucked away for wine tasting with a view
Saying that signage is terrible
5 based on 4 reviews
We did it nine people together and it was a lot of fun. they are number of rooms with different kinds of puzzles to solve to escape from the room.
4.5 based on 468 reviews
Located on the Mount of Beatitudes, this octagonal church is interesting even if it's only been around for about 80 years. Many visitors use the church, and the nuns there will remind you to be reverent if you get too enthusiastic in your exclamations. It's in a beautiful setting, a place you would like to spend more time if there weren't so many people around.
3.5 based on 4 reviews
Deep in the Birya forest is this unique place. Jonathan Ben Uzziel was one of the 80 tannaim who studied under Hillel the Elder. The tradition is that all unmarried that visit his resting place would merit to meet their soul mates and marry within the period of one year. Besides praying at the tomb it is a great place to have a picnic under the trees with beautiful lookout and lovely air.
5 based on 25 reviews
Located in the north side of sea of Galilee, is a beautiful and relaxing center for Watsu treatments. Everyone can enjoy the relaxing qualities of this aquatic therapy
5 based on 63 reviews
The Olive Tree Art Gallery is a centrally located gallery displaying 85 of the best artists in Safed and all of Israel. Amongst the artists, one is able to experience a wide range of creative expression from many unique and original styles with themes from the Torah, the Kabbalah, and an interesting blend of worldly influences merging with Jewish symbolism. Our unique collection is composed of spirituality, humor, and modern Judaica, including special two and three dimensional artworks, paintings, sculptures, decoupage, souvenirs, pottery, jewelry and much more. All of the artists displayed are one-of-a-kind creations exuding lively, colorful and joyous energy that will illuminate every home with love. The gallery is located between the Jewish Quarter and the old (previously the)Arab Quarter in the center of the Old City of Safed, Kikar Sade. We look forward to seeing you on your next visit to Israel. The Olive Tree Gallery
What a lovely art gallery. I felt like I was strolling through a museum. The art work displayed was incredible. One original piece after another. I especially was fond of the 3-D art work displayed. We bought a 3-D heart adorned with colorful butterflies by Tzuki. It was shipped to us back home and arrived yesterday. We just love it.
5 based on 10 reviews
Test your wits, senses and abilities in a challenging and fun escape room experience. Insideout has a unique element and is the first of its kind in Israel. Located in the heart of the north, near Rosh Pina. Easily accessible and with plenty of parking spaces around. Insideout is built as a reality set, aimed at inserting the participants totally into the atmosphere. Come challenge yourselves!
We had the best time in ages! Forgot about the phone and work for a few hours and had a thrilling and adventurous evening, challenging our team work abilities and creativity to the limits,
Brilliant room - Creative design, riddles that use all our senses and magnetizing story, but the best part of all - the ending - what an ending - WOW!!!!
A must do activity if your in the Area.
4.5 based on 366 reviews
This was the highlight for me...walking the area where Jesus lived during His ministry. So many must see locations were here. The sea of Galilee, Peters mother in laws house, Synagogue, old olive presses and lots of original stone work. Just too much to mention. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
It's certainly worth a visit. It's larger than others that we visited. It has a notable artistic Totah Ark (for placement and storage of the scrolls). It has a very unique and raised Torah Reading platform (almost 10 rather rickety steps to get up there). Look up into the dome to see the artistic renderings of the Biblical tribes of jacob as well as depictions of Biblical scenes and (maybe) more contemporary historical religious sites.
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