In 2017 alone, an estimated 3.6 million tourists visited Israel – the Middle Eastern country that’s regarded as the Holy Land. With its pristine beaches, amazing weather, sacred sites, and diverse culture, there’s no shortage of amazing things to do in this quaint country. You probably have your itinerary mapped out. Israel is full of different bazaars and markets. In Old City of Jerusalem, prices are typically marked up, but don’t be afraid to haggle. Most sellers expect shoppers to bargain with them, especially tourists from Western countries. If you really want to make your stay enjoyable, you can’t ignore this 10 things NOT to do when visiting this sacred country.
Do you plan on visiting the Holy Land in your lifetime?