Spend five days touring some of Israels most popular tourist attractions. Don't compromise on comfort on the air conditioned coach that will take you around, taking all the effort out of planning a holiday. Starting in Tel Aviv you will be picked greeted at the airport before being transported to your hotel. Your first full day will take you past the cities of Ashdod and Ashkelon to Beersheba for a short visit of the capital of the Negev Desert before continuing on via Arad to Masada, Israel's foremost archaeological park. Get sweeping views as you take a cable car while learning about the rituals, politics and culture of the people who inhabited this desert fortress. Visit the excavations, Herod's palaces, the synagogue, bathhouses and cisterns, and enjoy the breathtaking view of the Roman camps and the Dead Sea. Take a float in the waters of the Dead Sea, the mineral rich black mud and salty waters are sure to make it a spiritual expereince for everyone. Passing by the oasis of Ein Gedi, proceed through the Judean Dessert to Jerusalem. The next day you'll visit Isral Museum's Shrine of the Book with the famoud Dead Sea scrolls, then a visit to the beautifully renovated model of the Herodian city of Jerusalem, dating back to the time of the Second Temple, visit Ein Karem, a picturesque village in the south western outskirts of Jerusalem where tradition says John the Baptist was born.Visit Yad Vashem, the official memorial to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust before visiting the birthplace of Jesus at the Church of Nativity and Manger Square in Bethlehem. Day four takes you to the Old City of Jerusalem where you will see the Western Wall and the actual site of the second Temple. Walk the Way of the Cross to Calvary and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, housing both the traditional site of Crucifixion and the Tomb of the Resurrection. Enjoy the spectacular panoramic view of Jerusalem from a top the Mount of Olives. Visit the Garden of Gethsemane where Judas betrayed Jesus before experiencing the flavours, aromas, colours and locals at the largest open market in Israel.