Drive along the shores of the Sea of Galilee to the Mount of Beatitudes - traditional site of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount and Korazim, a Talmudic-era town also mentioned in the New Testament.
Then, it time to head out to the Mediterranean coast and south to CaesareaNational Park, with its magnificent remains of Herod’s city, the Roman capital and port and fortified Crusader town. Tour the Roman theater, hippodrome and promenade walk to the renovated port area within the Crusader walls.
In the late afternoon, continue to Tel Aviv. Wander through the White City and its Bauhaus monuments (declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Enjoy Sheinkin Street, famous for its fun shopping, dining and people-watching in a youthful atmosphere, and the nearby open-air Carmel fruit and vegetable market is a treat for all the senses. On Tuesdays and Fridays, the Nahalat Binyamin pedestrian mall comes alive with stalls selling handicrafts of every type.
Tel Aviv also has a variety of museums: The Tel Aviv Art Museum and the Eretz Israel Museum have evening hours on certain weekdays.
Head to the Tel Aviv Port to see the sunset and enjoy a fish dinner.