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Tiberias: A Gateway to Galilee

As a testament to the region's rich history and spiritual resonance, Tiberias is nestled on the western shore of the majestic Sea of Galilee. As the largest city adjacent to this iconic body of water, Tiberias serves as both a portal and protector of the stories and traditions surrounding the Galilean basin.


Beyond its geographical prominence, the city is a melting pot of ancient traditions and modern-day allure. It beckons visitors with its archaeological treasures, while its vibrant streets echo tales of bygone eras. Centuries-old synagogues stand alongside bustling markets, bridging the gap between the sacred and the everyday.


The undeniable significance of Tiberias is not just in its landmarks but in its experiences, making it an essential pitstop for pilgrims and wanderers. Embrace the allure of Tiberias, and let it be your gateway to the enchanting world of Galilee.

Nearby Attractions


  • Ginosar: A testament to ancient history and culture. Yigal Allon Centre.

  • Tabgha: Revered site of the miracle of loaves and fishes. 

  • Mount of Beatitudes: Where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount. Explore.

  • Yardenit: Celebrated baptismal site on the Jordan River. 

  • Capernaum: Ancient ruins reflecting Jesus's ministry..

  • Mount Tabor: A majestic hill renowned for the Transfiguration of Jesus.

  • Mount Arbel: Stunning cliffs offering panoramic views of the Galilee region.

  • Sea of Galilee: Iconic freshwater lake, rich in biblical history and serene beauty.

  • Embark on a journey through time and tradition, all within reach from Berger Hotel.

Tiberias Lake Front
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