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If you thought Jerusalem was timeless, you'll be blown away by Akko. This stone fortress/city by the sea has had an exceptionally lively history under Alexander the Great, the Egyptians and the Romans, but its heyday was as the Crusader city of Acre.

Eight metres below present-day Akko is the subterranean Crusader city, a series of echoing vaulted halls which were once the quarters of the Knights Hospitallers. Opposite the entrance to the subterranean city is the Mosque of Al-Jazzar, with its distinctly Turkish green dome and pencil minaret.

Hula Valley & Nature Reserve
This beautiful valley between the Lebanese border and the Golan mountians is a unique wetlands wildlife sanctuary. The reserve is home to wild papyrus, pelicans, sea eagles, otters, jungle cats and boar. The reserve has a great visitors centre that explains the area's flora and fauna.

The Hula Vally is a gem for bird watchers, as it provides a migratory station for birds, that come from as far as India, Russia and Scandinavia. To the south of the reserve is Dubrovin Farm, a reconstructed Jewish settlers' farm from the turn of the century.

Beautifully situated between the scenic mountains of Gerizim and Ebal, Nablus is the largest of the West Bank towns. It's a typical, bustling Arab town with an enchanting old quarter. The Nablus skyline is punctuated by 30 minarets - one of the most impressive belongs to the An-Nasir Mosque.

A few doors up from the mosque you will find Touqan Castle, an old Turkish mansion. Although it's privately owned, you should be allowed to have a look at the garden and the exterior architecture. East of the mosque is the oldest working Turkish bath in the country.

Before the Crusaders arrived and started tearing the country to pieces, Ramla was Palestine's Arab capital. Built in 716 AD, the city - to the south-east of Tel Aviv - is now bypassed by most travellers and pilgrims. Only a few worn Islamic monuments stand testaments to its former glories.

The mix of an old Arab quarter of crumbling stone buildings set amongst green parkland and eucalyptus tree-lined avenues makes this a very attractive small town. The best day to visit is Wednesday, when the town's market is held. Frequent buses run between Tel Aviv and Ramla - it's a 45-minute trip.


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