Category: Routes

Rte 38 & 35: South of Jerusalem, Israel

Rtes 38 and 35 are populated by moshavim and kibbutzim, agricultural settlements that in recent years have absorbed new people from cities and towns throughout the country, as well as convents, monasteries, wineries and caves to explore. A popular phenomenon

Rte 40 North: Or Yehuda, Rehovot, Negev

The areas on and around Rte 40 are rich in hidden treasures. Starting in Or Yehuda, on Rte 412, visit the [1] The Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center, [2] Almaz Ethiopian Craft Center in Lod, the 8th Century town of [3]

Rte 4: Coastal Road from Caesarea to Rosh HaNikra, Israel

Route 4 is a coastal road, leading to Rosh HaNikra, Israel's northernmost point, on the Mediterranean Sea. Just south of Haifa, Rte 4 becomes an inland road which hugs the mountains. At this point, the newer road, Rte 2 becomes

Rte 87, 91: Golan Hts to Mt Hermon, Israel’s northern borders

Route 87, starting at [1] Yehudiyya Junction where Rte 92 and 87 meet, [2] Hexagonal Pools for a swim, [3] Artist Colony on Moshav Ani'am, [4] the ancient town of Katzrin (Qatzrin, Katsrin), [5] boutique winery at Kidmat Zvi, [6]